If you want to gain basic electrical knowledge to perform simple wiring projects in your home, AACC offers courses in residential wiring. If you are interested in a career as an electrician, the college also co-sponsors two electrical apprenticeship training courses approved by the Maryland Apprenticeship Training Council (MATC). If you are already an electrician, interested in taking the master's exam, AACC offers a continuing education review class just for you.
Electrical Helper (Basic Wiring)
OPA 323 - Electrical Helper 1
Learn how to become a Electrical Helper in just 30 days. Training is designed to teach you all you need to know to start your career in the electrical field. Students will receive their OHSA 10 safety training; learn the fundamentals of electrical theory, residential wiring, and commercial wiring; including how to recognize National Electrical Codes. A starter toolkit and text book included in the cost of the tuition. Anne Arundel Community College will partner with the The Independent Electrical Contractors, Chesapeake (I.E.C) to provide hands on training at their state-of-the-art facility in Laurel, MD
AACC also offers formal apprenticeship training, a four-year commitment normally paid for by your employer. Apprentices take their classroom training at various locations throughout Anne Arundel County while on-the-job training may be done at a work site or other places.
Associated Builders and Contractors Chesapeake Electrical Apprenticeship: Students receive 144 hours of classroom instruction per year plus 2000 hours per year of on-the-job training every year for four years. Contact Angelica Faulkner at 410-267-0347 or visit http://www.abc-chesapeake.org/.
Independent Electrical Contractors Chesapeake Electrical Apprenticeship: Students receive 144 hours of classroom instruction per year, plus 2000 hours per year of on-the-job training every year for four years. Contact Jim Deale at 800-470-3013 or visit http://www.iecchesapeake.com.
CNE 302 - Electrical Masters Exam Review
For licensed electricians needing state qualifications and Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Please contact Amandae Leigh at 410-777-2447 or firstname.lastname@example.org