Philip Peters instructor, explains techniques to industrial electricity students.
Times are changing and so are the technical training programs at TCAT Elizabethton to stay abreast of the latest in new technology.
One course in particular is Industrial Electricity. The course was previously called Electricity-Electronics.
Philip Peters succeed his father, Terry Peters as the instructor. Philip has a varied background in electricity and electronics.
The Industrial Electricity Program provides students with basic theory, practice, lab projects, and field work applications for electrical and electronic systems.
After completion of basic electricity and electronic curricula, students will have the basic skills to progress into the specialized fields such as Residential and Industrial Wiring Installation, Industrial Electrical Maintenance and Electronic Systems.
After completing three months of study, students will receive a certificate as an Electrician Helper
After six months of study, students will receive a certificate as an Electrician Apprentice Class II
After 12 months of study, students will receive a diploma as an Electrician Apprentice Class I
After 16 months of study, students will receive a diploma as an Industrial Electrician.
Graduates will also be listed in the NCCER National Registry, which allows organizations and companies to track the qualifications of craft professionals and or check the qualifications of possible new hires in a secure database.
Classes meet from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday at the Main Campus.
For additional information, contact TCAT Elizabethton at 423-543-0070 or visit www.tcatelizabethton.edu.