Electrician-ConstructionDIPLOMA, 74 CREDITS
Would you like to connect with a career that has constant demand for your skills and is recognized by both Minnesota and Iowa for work credit?
The Riverland Electrician-Construction Program is designed to train you either as an entry-level Electrician-Construction or Maintenance Electrician. Electrician-Construction assemble, install, and wire different types of equipment for residential, commercial and industrial installations. Work may include basic circuits, electrical motors and their controls, electronic controls, programmable logic controllers and variable frequency drives. Maintenance Electricians maintain, repair and replace malfunctioning parts and equipment, programmable logic controllers and variable frequency drives, usually in manufacturing or industrial plants. A solid background in math and good reading comprehension are important skills for applicants to this program.
Students gain hands-on, real-world work experience by participating in wiring a new house. This enables you to find solutions to on-the-job challenges under the guidance of expert instructors. You can look forward to an exceptional learning experience that combines classroom, lab settings and required general education classes with instructors that are Class A Master electricians in Both Minnesota and Iowa.Location: Albert Lea
Program Starts: Fall
Course Plan: Four Semesters
Faculty: Allan Henslin Chad Hacker
For in-depth information including outcomes, program fees, course descriptions, and more please visit the Electrician-Construction program page at riverland.edu.
Required Core Courses (66 credits)
General Studies Courses (8 credits)