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The world runs on electricity. Become a part in this ever present technology.

Exciting Career Fields: Commercial Electrician, Electrical Contractor, Residential Electrician


Our Electrician program combines a hands-on practical learning environment, along with classroom training in order to prepare students for everything from specialty trade contractors to communications companies. Today’s electricians can work for a variety of employers including residential contractors and commercial builders. The program covers use of tools, Ohm’s Law, blueprint reading, NEC (National electric Code), DC and AC circuits, basic safety, construction site etiquette, conduit bending, residential and light commercial “rough in/trim out” of wiring. This program is specifically designed to provide our students with the opportunity to develop the necessary skills to keep pace with the demands of both our State and local community.

Advisory Council Members Course Instructors Course Hours & Costs
Mickey Price Peaden Mechanical
Jackie Kirley AFPS
Wesley Northington Marathon Electrical
Jared LaFon Marathon Electrical
Barry Preattle Marathon Electric
Darrell Taylor Gulf Coast Electrical
Hunter Jones JCCR Electrical

Course Instructors

Raymond Hope
Electrical Instructor

Jason Barrow
Electrical Instructor

Program Course Hours & Costs


Course Number

Course Title

Course Length



Electrician Helper

300 Hours



Residential Electrician

450 Hours



Commercial Electrician

450 Hours



Industrial Electrician

300 Hours

Estimate of Total Program Costs

Total Tuition and Fees Detail:
$4380.00 Florida Resident Tuition ($2.92 x 1500 hours)
$450.00 Lab Fees (Per Academic Semester)
$50.00 Registration Fees (1 Time Per Program)
$500.00 Kit Fee
Textbook Estimated Cost:
$500.00 Estimated Textbook Total
(Full textbook listing available in the front office.)

For estimation purposes only. Rates are based on the 2023-2024 School Year. Prices are subject to change.

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