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Industrial Maintenance I & Electrical II

Industrial Maintenance I & Electrical II
The Industrial Maintenance Technology and Electrical Program provides students with an introduction to construction safety, tools, math, and blueprint reading as well as basic carpentry, electrical, masonry, and plumbing skills.  Specialization during the second-year consists of an in-depth study of electrical theory, introduction to wiring, devices and boxes, hand bending, conductors & cables, and electrical drawings.
 
Skills USA -- is the student organization for this class.
 
NCCER is the national certification test for this class.