2018-2019 San Joaquin Delta College Catalog 
    
    Nov 18, 2019  
2018-2019 San Joaquin Delta College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


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Electrical Technology Certificate of Achievement



Upon successful completion of the Electrical Technology certificate program, the student demonstrates skills in the electrical industry in the capacity of a beginning electrician, preferably as an indentured electrical apprentice where the students compare, contrast, and apply basic electrical theory and other major portions of the electrical field. Training and skills demonstrated by the student in this program are crucial to safe entry into electrical apprenticeships in the electrical field for programs like the IBEWs (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, WECA (Western Electrical Contractors Association) electrical apprenticeship, ABC program (another indentured electrical apprenticeship program).

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Students who successfully complete the Electrical Technology certificate program demonstrates knowledge for safe entry into electrical apprenticeships in the electrical field for programs like the IBEW’s (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, WECA (Western Electrical Contractors Association) electrical apprenticeship, ABC program (another indentured electrical apprenticeship program).
  2. Students who successfully complete the Electrical Technology certificate program demonstrate skills in the electrical industry in the capacity of a beginning electrician, preferably as an indentured electrical apprentice where the students compare, contrast, and apply basic electrical theory and other major portions of the electrical field.

Restricted Electives


Area A


Complete 4 units selected from:

Area B


Complete 3 units selected from:

Minimum Units Required: 38


Complete all courses with a grade of “C” or better.

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