Electrical Power And Control Technologies
The electrical industry offers an ever-increasing number and variety of employment opportunities to qualified industrial electricians. Along with these opportunities come the responsibilities associated with one of today’s most sophisticated technologies. A well-grounded individual can expect entry-level employment with rapid upward mobility in construction, industrial electricity, electrical design, or electrical inspection.
Successful completion of this curriculum satisfies all the related education requirements for electrical licensing within the State of New Hampshire. New Hampshire license holders receive reciprocity with the states of Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine.
In order to be successful in the EPCT Program a student must:
- have command of the English language;
- have the ability to stand for extended periods of time;
- have a normal vision for reading instructions and course materials and for performing manipulative task;
- have a high school degree or equivalent;
- be able to complete requirements for college level classes;
- must be able to understand and follow both written and oral instructions;
- have sufficient vision to distinguish colors, read gauges, scopes, diagnostic equipment and information from a computer screen (adaptive equipment acceptable);
- have reading comprehension skills sufficient to read and comprehend service literature;
- have communication skills sufficient to prepare required reports;
- have sufficient hearing to distinguish various sounds and noises (adaptive equipment acceptable);
- have the physical strength to lift 50lbs;
- have sufficient dexterity to perform manual skills related to electricity.
As a result of completing the Electrical Program, the student will:
- be able to demonstrate an understanding of the theory and skills associated with the electrical profession;
- understand and use appropriately the technical vocabulary associated with the electrical profession;
- attain and demonstrate a high level of professional integrity in the implementation of his/her technical skills;
- possess the skills and attitudes to enable successful employment and upward mobility within the electrical profession.