Learn how to work with the electrical systems of mechanical equipment used in businesses and industries. Learn how to maintain and troubleshoot electric motor controls, industrial electronics, fluid power, programmable logic controllers and process control. Our program emphasizes applications to real-world problems. Power up your career path at Southeast!
Electrical technicians are employed in many exciting areas such as plant and factory supervision, industrial electrical maintenance, as well as residential, commercial and industrial electrical construction. The installation and calibration of electrical equipment and components in residential, commercial and industrial environments are also areas which demand the skills of trained technicians.
Degree •General Occupational and Technical Studies Diploma Electrical Technology • OPTION - Construction Electrician • OPTION - Industrial Electrician Certificate • Electrical Construction • Electrician Trainee Level I • Electrician Trainee Level II • Electrical Motor Control Level I • Electrical Motor Control Level II • Residential Electricity Level I • Residential Electricity Level II • Electrician Apprentice
• Provide Southeast with your ACT scores • Complete an Application for Admission "Start Here" • Send high school/GED transcripts to Southeast • Meet with Electrical Technology faculty
Doug Herren, Program Coordinator Office: Mining Building, Office 203 Phone: 606-589-3285 Email: Doug Herren