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Notice:  Electrical Wiring cycle of courses will be altered due to COVID-19 in 2020-21.

The Electrical Wiring program is a sequential program with Level I offered in the Fall semester and Level II offered in the Spring semester of each academic year. However, COVID-19 interrupted the Spring 2020 Level II course. The Spring 2020 Level II course will conclude Fall 2020. Therefore, we will not be offering Level I in the Fall semester.

The Electrical Wiring program will commence the regular course schedule starting in Fall 2021. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding in this matter. Please contact the Adult Education Office (315-779-7220) with any questions or concerns.

The electrical trade pervades the industries of construction, maintenance, sales, telecommunications, and other emerging digital technologies. The demand for quality electricians is constantly increasing in the private sector and industry. This course provides the student with the skills, training and technical understanding necessary for entry-level employment in this field. This course completes the certification for Residential Wiring as approved by NCCER. Safety glasses are provided; however, those who wear glasses might consider purchasing prescription safety glasses for work in this trade.

Level I, II, III and IV have been approved by the NYS Bureau of Veterans Education.

Compliance: New York State Department of Labor Apprentice Training.

Instructor Qualifications: Electrical Trade Certification; National Center of Construction Education & Research (NCCER) Certified; OSHA Certified.


Level I Level II
Start Date September 2021 January 2022
End Date TBD
TBD
Location Bohlen Technical Center  Bohlen Technical Center
Days Mondays and Wednesdays
Mondays and Wednesdays
Times TBD
TBD
Course Length 14 weeks/84 hours 17 weeks / 102 hrs.
Tuition TBD
TBD
Prerequisite: Level I
Instructor James Rehley James Rehley


Jim Rehley has over 30 years of experience teaching apprentices at the local IBEW and serves as the current Electrical Wiring instructor of high school students at the BOCES with over 25 years of experience.

Registration Information

Tuition Assistance is Available

For more information, call the Adult and Continuing Education Office  (315) 779-7220