Electrical Technician Training
The Electrical Technology Program will prepare the student for entry-level employment as technicians in the design, operation, service, repair, and installation of electrical systems and equipment. The Program combines theory with extensive practical hands-on training designed to simulate the actual work environment and skills needed to excel in this challenging field. Labs afford the student the opportunity to install, repair and/or operate a wide variety of actual field equipment.
Maximize your career potential by getting your first thousand hours towards the Oklahoma Residential Electrical Journeyman or Oklahoma Unlimited Electrical Journeyman. OTC is certified with the CIB (Construction Industry Board) in the State of Oklahoma.
Get residential, commercial, industrial, oil fields, and institutional jobs.
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During your time here you will be taught the fundamentals, theory of operation, diagnosis and repair of the following areas:
- Diagnose, repair and maintain common electrical system problems.
- Adhere to environmental laws and regulations as applied to electrical industry.
- Demonstrate and use terminology related to the industry.
- Embrace the model of lifelong learning, accessing new information to remain current in industry trends.
- Detailed instruction in the National Electrical Code.
Our philosophy is simple: Learn by doing.
In order to be successful as an electrician, you must learn the basic principles of the use of electricity in the field. Our average class is 50% class and 50% lab. Apply classroom concepts in the lab on real world equipment on your way to becoming a skilled craftsman.
Tools for Success
Enrolled students receive an entry level toolkit*, hand picked by our instructors, to provide you with the necessary tools to bring success to the workplace.
*See your admissions representative for details