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The Electrical program of study focuses on occupational and educational opportunities associated with installing, maintaining, and repairing electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures. It also addresses installing and repairing telecommunications cables, including fiber optics.


13004220 Principles of Construction
13005600 Electrical Tech I
13005700 Electrical Tech II
13005250 Practicum of Construction Technology

TRIO Electrical Pre-Apprenticeship (EPP) Certification 

Electrical and Power Transmission Installation
Electrical, Electronic, and Communications Engineering Technology
Electrical/Electronics Equipment Installation and Repair Technology
Construction Engineering Technology
Construction Engineering/Management
Project Management

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Electricians Helpers

Median Wage: $36,552
Annual Openings: 1,927
10-Year Growth: 5%


Median Wage: $48,083
Annual Openings: 8,716
10-Year Growth: 20%

Construction Managers 

Median Wage: $48,083
Annual Openings: 8,716
10-Year Growth: 20%

Trio Electric Program

There is a major shortage of skilled labor in the United States. Electricians are one of the many trades that are in high demand and industry forecasts predict this trend will continue into the foreseeable future. TRIO Electric, an electrical design, construction and service firm based in Houston, Texas is trying to combat the issue. In 2013, TRIO developed an in-house Department of Labor (DOL) approved 4-year electrical apprenticeship program called the TRIO Apprenticeship Program (TAP). The program targets post high-school graduates who are looking for a career in the construction field. Since inception, more than 600 employees have taken advantage of TAP.