ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY

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  • Two Electrical Technology students run coaxial cable during a house renovation project.Design and construct electrical systems in homes and businesses.
  • Develop the skills and knowledge needed to build electrical systems.
  • Successfully transition into a first career job and/or related post-secondary training.
  • Interact with local electrical industry experts.

Job Titles –Career Pathways
41-2031    Retail Salespersons
47-2111    Electricians
47-3013    Helpers — Electricians
49-9098    Helpers — Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers

An Electrical Technology student checks his wiring with the use of a voltage meter.CTC knowledge transfers to college credit at:
Harrisburg Area Community College
Keystone Technical Institute
Lincoln Technical Institute
Orleans Technical Institute
Pennsylvania College of Technology
Rosedale Technical Institute
Triangle Technology

Student Certifications
NOCTI – National Occupational Competency Testing Institute Certification
*  Electrical Power & Transmission Installers
OSHA Safety Certification
PBA – Pennsylvania Builders Association

Accreditations – PBA – Pennsylvania Builders Association

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➤ For more detailed information about this program, including the grading policy, task list, etc., please refer to the course syllabus.


Mr. Heffner, Electrical Technology instructor

Instructor – Mr. Chad Heffner

Biography
I am a graduate of Reading High School and Reading Muhlenberg Vocational-Technical School. I entered the electrical trade because it is an ever-expanding industry with many different career paths.

I decided to enter the teaching profession because I wanted to pass along to high school students the knowledge I’ve attained through my 15 years in the electrical field. Students can realize these skills and knowledge and some of the opportunities available to them in the electrical industry.


Education
IBEW Local 743 Apprentice Program
Vocational Education I Teaching Certificate

Certifications and Awards
NECA/IBEW Apprenticeship
OSHA 30-hour training

Work Experience
15 years residential, commercial, and industrial

Hire Date: 2011

Community Service
Home Builders Association


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It is the policy of RMCTC not to discriminate on the basis of gender, disability, race, color, and national origin
in its educational and vocational programs, activities, or employment as required by Title IX, Section 504 and Title VI.
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