The Electrical Program is a four year program. Classes are from 4pm to 7pm two nights a week - either on Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday.
For any questions regarding this program, please contact Michele at 615-399-8323 or at [email protected]

Electrical Program Schedule 

1st Year  2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
  • Orientation to the Trade
  • Electrical Safety and Theory
  • Intro to Electrical Circuits and the Nat. Electrical Code
  • Device Boxes and Hand Bending
  • Raceways, Fittings, Conductors, and Cables
  • Basic Electrical Construction Drawing
  • Residential Electrical Services
  • Electrical Test Equipment
  •  Alternating Current
  • Motors: Theory and Application
  • Electrical Lighting, Conduit Bending, and Cable Tray
  • Pull and Junction Boxes
  • Conductor Installations, Terminations, and Splices
  • Grounding and Bonding
  • Circuit Breakers and Fuses
  • Control Systems and Fundamental Concepts
  •  Load Calculations - Branch Feeders and Circuits
  • Conductor Selection and Calculations
  • Overcurrent Protection and Wiring Devices
  • Raceway, Box, and Fitting Fill Requirements
  • Distribution Equipment and System Transfer
  • Lamps, Ballasts, and Components
  • Motor Calculations, Controls, and Maintenance (Part 1)
  • Hazardous Locations
  •  Load Calculations - Feeders and Services
  • Practical Applications of Lighting
  • Standby and Emergency Systems
  • Basic Electronic Theory
  • Fire Alarm Systems and Specialty Transformers
  • Advanced Motor Controls and HVAC Controls
  • Heat Tracing and Freeze Protection
  • Motor Maintenance (Part 2)
  • High Voltage Terminations and Splices