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The Department has moved to 135 Santilli Highway in Everett. The Department's office and Licensure Welcome Center are open. The new location has free parking and is a short walk from the Wellington station on the MBTA's Orange Line.
Career Technical Education

Electricity

Licensed electricians are always in demand due to their role installing, maintaining, and repairing electrical systems and equipment.

Using industry-standard tools and materials, students learn to install, repair and monitor electrical systems while learning how electricity is controlled via circuits, switches, boxes and meters. Safety is emphasized throughout. This includes personal safety as well as protecting building occupants by following the standards of the Massachusetts Electrical Code. Other knowledge areas covered by the curriculum include blueprint reading, reading wiring diagrams, and understanding basic principles of electrical conduction.

This program is only available as a State-Approved (Chapter-74) program. This means that programs will provide all of the training required to begin entry-level work in the field.

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More Information: Program Overview (PDF)

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Last Updated: September 14, 2022

 
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