WyoTech in Long Beach Can Prepare You to be a Professional Electrician
Posted Wednesday, Sep 29, 2010 by
Do you enjoy working with your hands? Do you like to build and make things work? Do you have a talent for logic and basic science? If you, you might enjoy a career as a professional electrician. And you can train for your career through the Electrician career education program offered at WyoTech in Long Beach, Calif.
WyoTech’s Electrician program can provide you with the technical, scientific, communication and interpersonal skills for successful employment in this field. Intensive hands-on training in a modern workshop setting can prepare you to work on residential, commercial and industrial projects of all sizes.
The program’s instructors are all experienced electricians who can teach you not only the skills you need to qualify for entry-level employment, but also the in’s and out’s of the industry as it exists in the 21st century. Upon graduation, WyoTech’s Career Services department can help you fashion a winning resume, rehearse effective interviewing techniques and assist in your search for local employment opportunities.
Comprehensive Career Training
WyoTech’s Electrician program covers a wide range of highly relevant topics, including:
- Basic electrical theory and concepts
- National electrical code and conduit bending
- Commercial and residential wiring and circuitry
- Power distribution and intermediate conduit bending
- Motors and over-current protection
- Advanced code concepts and blueprints
- Industrial controls
- Advanced industrial control concepts
- Electronic and computer-based control technology
WyoTech’s Electrician program can be completed in as little as nine months. Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
About the Long Beach Campus
WyoTech’s Long Beach campus is situated at 2161 Technology Place in central Long Beach, Calif., just off Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) approximately two miles south of the San Diego Freeway (I-405) and just east of the Terminal Island Freeway (Highway 103). The campus occupies two large, modern buildings that also houses workshop areas for WyoTech’s Automotive Technology program.
For more information on the Electrician program and other career education training programs, contact WyoTech today!
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