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Are you looking for a rewarding career in an in-demand field?

Learn the skills necessary to obtain a successful career as a Low Voltage Technician and prepare for entry into a Registered Telecommunications Technician Assistant Apprenticeship program. Leading experts in the field will teach you how to install and troubleshoot various low voltage cabling, phone, security, network and fire protection systems. Along with gaining valuable industry knowledge, you will obtain OSHA-10, CPR and First Aid certifications, and will be connected with employers who are ready to hire.


What courses will I take?

The program consists of four courses:

  • OPA-354 Workforce Success Skills
  • CIT-309 Pre-Apprenticeship Low Voltage Telecommunications Training Part A
  • CIT-310 Pre-Apprenticeship Low Voltage Telecommunications Training Part B
  • NRN-332 Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED

Note: You must register for all courses to enter the program.


What will it cost?

The total program cost is $3,365 for Anne Arundel County residents, including tuition and fees.


What credentials can I earn?

Upon successful completion of the program, you will obtain both the OSHA 10 Safety Training and CPR and First Aid certifications. AACC Continuing Education Units will be awarded.


What are the requirements?

If you're interested in this program, you must:

  • Attend an upcoming information session.
  • Have a high school or GED® diploma  
  • Have a driver's license and transportation
  • Have basic computer skills and daily access to a laptop, desktop or tablet with internet, webcam and audio capabilities

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