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Construction Technology - Electrical Technology

Electrical technicians have been in demand for installations, maintenance, repair, and support for industries ranging from private home owners to hospitals, manufacturers, and breweries. Technical training includes electrical theory, National Electrical Code, motors, generators, lighting, and control systems for residential through commercial/industrial applications. The curriculum is designed by the industry and aligned with State of Michigan electrical apprenticeship requirements.

Who should consider a career in electrical technologies?

  • People who like working with their hands
  • People who like solving problems
  • People who like working outdoors
  • People who enjoy working independently or are interested in starting their own business

Career opportunities

  • Installer
  • Service Technician
  • Field Supervisor
  • Inspector
  • Sales Engineer
  • Inside Sales Manager
  • Distributor Sales
  • Estimator
  • Owner
  • Trainer
  • Commercial contracting
  • Residential contracting

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This program meets the requirements for preparation or licensing in the state of Michigan. The applicability of this program to requirements of other states has not been determined.

“Our experience has been very positive. We’ve hired a number of individuals through NMC’s program, and we’re very pleased with the results we get.”
Jim Rose, vice president

Windemuller Electric, Traverse City electrical contractor

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