• GLTI ELECTRICAL APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING

  • The Greater Lawrence Technical Institute is now offering Apprentice Electrician training!  This series of four year-long trainings will meet the state requirements of 600 hours of electrical theory.  Each year will cover one level of training and consist of 2 semesters of 75 hours of training.  After completing the 600-hour training Apprentice Electricians will be prepared to take and pass the Journeyman Electrician’s exam. 

     

    Enrollment is now open!

    To enroll, review the course descriptions below.  Then click on the registration form, fill it out, and submit. 

    Enroll by filling out the registration and payment plan form found here! Click here for payment.

     

    Requirements: Students must provide their own NFPA 70 Code Book.

    Payment: Cost per semester is $550 plus cost of any required textbook (purchased separately).  Semester payment can be made through this webpage, with a check on the first day of class, or through a payment plan.  Find the refund policy here

    Schedule:           Levels 1 and 2:  Mondays and Wednesdays 5:30-8:30 pm 

                               Levels 3 and 4:  Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30-8:30 pm  

    Start Dates:       Level 1 and 2: Mon. Sept. 14, 2021

                              Levels 3 and 4:  Tues. Sept. 15th, 2021

     

    Course Level 1

    This course introduces students to the National Electrical Code as well as the Massachusetts Electrical Cod.  It begins with the basics of electricity, such as AC/DC theory, jobsite safety, licensing requirements and review of the NEC, especially articles 90 and 110. 

    Course Level 2

    This course expands students’ knowledge of the National Electrical Code as well as the Massachusetts Electrical Code.  It also builds on Level 1 basics and expands into grounding and bonding theory, raceways, use and sizing of boxes and different wiring methods.

    Course Level 3

    This course builds on course 1 and 2 teachings on the National and Massachusetts Electrical Codes.  It also goes into depth on circuitry, three phase networks, power factors and its relation to cost, and calculations related to voltage drop and branch circuits.  Fire alarms, poos, communications cabling, and electrical motor sizing and wiring will also be reviewed.

    Course Level 4

    This course will provide final review of the National and Massachusetts Electrical Codes to prepare apprentices for the Journeyman Electrician’s exam.  Calculations fort cooking appliances and dryer equipment will be covered, as well as laws and regulations for operating a successful electrical business.

     

    For more information:  Contact Susan Almono at salmono@glts.net

     

     

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