Course Name


Industry Credentials

First Year (11th Grade)

  • Electricity I
  • Electricity II

Embarking on the enlightening journey of Electricity I, students lay the foundation for a career immersed in the intricacies of electrical systems. This course serves as a gateway to the installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems spanning residential, commercial, and industrial domains. Engaging in hands-on activities within a lab setting, students delve into the practical aspects of their learning.

Building upon this foundational knowledge, Electricity II propels students into a deeper realm of expertise. Here, the focus extends beyond practical applications to the theoretical underpinnings of electrical systems. Students delve into electrical theory and engage in solving mathematical problems related to electricity, enhancing their analytical skills.

The course unfolds with an exploration of the National Electrical Code (NEC), providing students with a comprehensive understanding of industry standards. Practical skills are honed as students learn to select and install conductors, examine lighting, communication, and power systems, and navigate the intricacies of conduits and raceways. The curriculum extends further into panelboards, switchboards, grounding systems, and generators, offering a holistic view of the multifaceted world of electrical systems.


CPR/First Aid Certification

NCCER Core Curriculum

NCCER Electricity Level One

Second Year (12th Grade)

  • Electricity III
  • Entrepreneurship I

The curriculum expands to encompass a comprehensive study of luminaires, shedding light on the intricacies of lighting systems. Overcurrent protection becomes a focal point as students delve into the crucial aspect of safeguarding electrical systems. Service equipment, a cornerstone of electrical infrastructure, is explored in depth, providing students with practical insights into its installation and maintenance. Motor controls and transformers take center stage as students unravel the complexities of these integral components within industrial applications. The curriculum extends further into grounding techniques, a critical aspect of ensuring safety and efficiency in electrical systems. Throughout this journey, students explore and apply the guidelines set by the National Electrical Code (NEC), ensuring that their knowledge aligns with industry standards.

As the curtain rises on Entrepreneurship, students are ushered into the exhilarating realm of creating, owning, and launching their own business ventures. Concepts and techniques unfold, unveiling the art of planning entrepreneurial endeavors with a fusion of design thinking and business model development. This course serves as the compass guiding future entrepreneurs through the intricacies of transforming innovative ideas into thriving businesses, setting the stage for a journey into the dynamic world of entrepreneurship.


Electricity Level Two