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Electrical/Electronics

Lincoln’s Electrical training program was designed to meet society’s continuous demands for electricity in business and residential settings. Electricity is essential to everyday life, and qualified electricians are needed as quickly emerging energy technologies continue to develop.

Lincoln’s Electrician programs focus on prepping students for installation/service of residential and commercial systems. In this field, Electricians work at construction sites, homes, large corporations and in places where someone with technical skills in electrical technology is needed.

  • Work in labs and shop classes on wiring connector boxes, service panels, light figures, alarm systems and more.
  • Receive hands-on training using tools to properly install and maintain service panels, lighting fixtures, alarm systems, cabling systems, industrial motors, conduit benders and more
  • Tackle residential, industrial and commercial wiring on circuit boards, lighting, switches and appliances
  • An academic support system is set in place on campus to help students succeed throughout their studies, with tutoring and department supervisors ready to help.

Students in the Electrical program strengthen skills by practicing electrical installations under the guidance of instructors/professional electricians licensed by the state of Connecticut. These valuable training courses are designed to prepare already eligible students to sit for the Electricians License exam, or to enter into a registered apprenticeship program within their state. Having an Electricians License means you can work in the installation, service and maintenance areas of the electrical industry.

Locations offering this program:

Allentown
5151 Tilghman Street
Allentown, PA 18104

Indianapolis
7225 Winton Drive Building 128
Indianapolis, IN 46268

New Britain
200 John Downey Drive
New Britain, CT 06051

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Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended a Lincoln campus and enrolled in a program can be found at:
www.LincolnTech.edu/LincolnConsumerInfo