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Electrical Apprenticeship

Career and Technical

Location: Workforce Training Center

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Program Description

This program is offered in partnership with NIC's Workforce Development and Career and Technical Education division. It is specifically designed for students who have completed a state or federally approved Electrical Apprenticeship program consisting of 8,000 hours of on-the-job training and 576 hours of classroom instruction.

Upon completion of the full apprenticeship program, transcription of credits must be initiated by contacting NIC's Workforce Training Center. Students will be required to pay $10 per credit ($480 total) to transcript the electrical courses to their academic record. Completion of general education requirements may occur prior to, at the same times, or after completion of the apprenticeship courses.

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Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:

  1. Identify and perform tasks in accordance with local and national regulations.
  2. Effectively communicate with management in their chosen field to advance their career and demonstrate technical communication.
  3. Translate comprehensive principles, skills, and applications of their chosen trade to work safely and efficiently in the industry.

In addition to the program outcomes, students will meet the following North Idaho College General Education (GEM) Requirements: Written and Oral Communication; Mathematical Ways of Knowing; Social and Behavioral Ways of Knowing; and an additional program-designated or selected course from any of the GEM requirements.

Program Snapshot

Degree Type Duration Path Credits
Associate of Applied Science Degree 4 Semesters Full-time 63-67 Degree requirements

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