Electrical Course

About the Electrical Course

The short-term Electrical Workforce program is 165-hour training class that prepares individuals for a career as skilled professionals in the electrical field through industry recognized electrical certification.  This course focuses on the NCCER Electrical curriculum placing an importance on safe work practices, while covering applied electrical theory and residential, commercial, and industrial electrical knowledge and skills. This is a non-college credit class.

Requirements to Enroll:

  • Valid Driver’s License
  • 10 Panel Drug Screen Results


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Location of Program:

Dennis W. Fortenberry Career Center
Highway 42 Carson, MS

Sept 3 - May 20
5:00pm - 10:00pm

Program Contact Information:

Ellen Rouse
(601) 554-4646

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