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Electricians are highly paid skilled craftsmen that are responsible for electrical distribution systems. This job field is currently in very high demand.
As an Electrician Apprentice you will install and maintain electrical systems that provide light, power, heat, refrigeration, and air-conditioning. You will place wiring in buildings and repair electronic controls on equipment.Some of your responsibilities will be reading blueprints and placing electrical conduits inside walls, partitions, ceilings, and other areas. You will feed insulated wire through conduits and install various kinds of electrical equipment, including transformers, circuit breakers, outlets, and switches.The approximate completion time for the Electrician Apprentice Certificate is 810 hours of classroom training on the tech college campus and 8,000 hours of on-the-job training.
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