Electrical careers in today’s industries require multi-faceted technicians. Electrical and automated control systems are increasingly sophisticated and complex and require specialists in electrical construction, industrial electrical maintenance, or automated and process control systems technology.
Construction electricians install the electrical wiring, devices, fixtures and machinery in residential, commercial and industrial locations in accordance with the National Electrical Code.
Industrial maintenance electricians perform preventive maintenance, diagnostic testing, casualty analysis and corrective maintenance on electrical/electronic equipment and systems such as transformers, electro-mechanical controls, motors, variable speed drives and programmable logic controllers.
Automated and process control systems technicians install, test, align, troubleshoot and repair technically challenging integrated control systems that include electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic components and their associated sensors and instrumentation.
TTC’s programs prepare you to work as a skilled electrical technician with the potential to advance to project manager, maintenance manager, foreman or supervisor. You can focus your studies in:
Electrical construction practices and techniques used to fabricate electrical systems and prepare for electrical journeyman, master or contractor licensing exams.
Industrial electrical maintenance practices and techniques used to test, troubleshoot and maintain a wide variety of industrial electrical/electronic equipment and systems.
Integrated systems maintenance, testing and troubleshooting of automated systems, and instrumentation and process sensors used to monitor pressure, level, flow and temperature.