Training: Electricity Program


Training Opportunity: Electricity Program

The 210-hour program taught by Master Electricians is “project-based”, and incorporates OSHA-10 Construction Safety training, tool/equipment safety training, and electrical code/theory toward your Journeyman license.

Project-based skills taught include:

  • 10-hour OSHA
  • Electrical, Ladder and Hand Tool Safety:
  • Installing doorbell buzzers and chimes
  • A/C Electrical Circuits
  • Wiring Diagrams
  • PPE Fundamentals of Hand Tools
  • Wiring Methods for Residential and Commercial Installations

Participants who attend continuously and complete the program will be eligible to receive industry credentials:  200 hours towards journeyman license and an OSHA-10 Construction Safety card.

Program Dates & Times:

June 20- August 4
Monday – Friday
8am – 2pm with two virtual days

Participants will be provided with mock interviews and resume support and be connected with prospective residential & commercial electrical companies for employment opportunities near the completion of the program. Greater Lowell Technical High school will supply each participant with one pair of safety glasses.

Dress Code/Equipment required (out-of-pocket costs)

  • Work Boots (Walmart – approx. $40)
  • Participants required to wear long pants – no shorts
  • Participants required to wear short or long sleeve shirts required – no tank tops


  • High School Diploma – GED – HiSET
  • Massachusetts Resident
  • Unemployed or Underemployed

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