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The Electricity Program

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In the Electricity Program, young men and women learn to install electrical equipment for lighting, heating and power applications in commercial, industrial & residential buildings according to the Massachusetts Electrical Code. Students use commercial tools and equipment and work in a shop with simulated residential and industrial work areas. Shop safety practices are constantly stressed. Through demonstrations and shop activities, students will be exposed to wiring procedures, splicing of conductors and work with bell and cable wiring. Students have the opportunity to complete 1200 hours of work experience toward an electrical apprenticeship in this program.

The ninth grade exploratory program introduces students to the career opportunities in the electrical field. Shop safety practices are stressed. Through demonstrations and simple shop activities, students will be exposed to basic wiring procedures including switches, lighting and receptacles. They will have an opportunity to perform the basic splicing of conductors and to work with bell and cable wiring. Students will discover the many career opportunities available in the electrical field.

Electricity students will be provided with instruction and experiences that will enable them to apply and demonstrate the acquisition of skills in the following areas:

♦ National and Massachusetts Electrical Code
♦ Print reading
♦ The use of tools, fasteners and test equipment
♦ Basic and advanced concepts of electrical theory
♦ Installing raceways, boxes, fittings, transformers, cable wiring
♦ Installing, splicing and terminating conductors
♦ Applying concepts of industrial, commercial and residential wiring
♦ Using motors
♦ Installing and maintaining lighting luminaries and alarm systems
♦ Electrical students acquire time that counts toward Eligibility to take the test for an Electrician’s License which is 600 classroom hours and 8000 hands on training under the supervision of a licensed Electrician
♦ OSHA 10-hour Certification
♦ First Aid Certification

Career opportunities upon completion of this technical program include, but are not limited to:

♦ Electrical Apprenticeship Program
♦ Industrial Wiring Technician
♦ Electrical Designer
♦ Electrical Engineer
♦ Class C and D Security and Fire Alarm Systems

Electricity Program Courses

LYEL09 ELECTRICITY 9 2.5 CREDITS GRADE 9
LYEL10 ELECTRICITY 10 10 CREDITS GRADE 10
LYEL11 ELECTRICITY 11 12.5 CREDITS GRADE 11
LYEL00 ELECTRICITY RELATED 2.5 CREDITS GRADE 11
LYEL12 ELECTRICITY 12 12.5 CREDITS GRADE 12
LYEL00 ELECTRICITY RELATED 2.5 CREDITS GRADE 12

Electrical Program Teachers

Vocational | 2017-2018
Electrical
  Richard Wall Department Head
  Richard Whitaker  
  Ron Hennessy  
 
Last Website Update: November 20, 2017 12:08 PM

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