Electrical Apprentice Certification & Training

DMAC Tech Trade School · April 16, 2020


  • Full online course training
  • Step by Step Tutorial hands on training Simulations
  • Study Notes
  • Electrical Certificate upon completion of the course
  • Job placement opportunities

If you do not have your High School diploma then feel free to take our 2 week online high school diploma program!

If you want to become an electrician this is the fastest, most effective, exciting way to do it and you can take this high demanding skill anywhere you go nationally!

You will learn:

  • Electrical basic fundamentals
  • Electrical Safety
  • Electrical codes
  • Power Distribution
  • Wire types
  • Wire Sizes
  • Electrical circuits
  • Electrical devices
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Diagnosing circuits



Electrical technicians help create, maintain and repair the electronic components and equipment used in any equipment or device that involves electricity. They can sometimes work with electricians or electrical engineers, or work on site to keep machinery and specialty equipment running correctly.


YEARLY: $62,950 per year
HOURLY: $32.78 per hour

These are some of the requirements that employers look for below

Electrician Responsibilities:

  • Install, maintain and repair electrical control, wiring, and lighting systems.
  • Read technical diagrams and blueprints.
  • Perform general electrical maintenance.
  • Inspect transformers and circuit breakers and other electrical components.
  • Troubleshoot electrical issues using appropriate of testing devices.
  • Repair and replace equipment, electrical wiring, or fixtures.
  • Follow National Electrical Code state and local building regulations.
  • Circuit breaker corrective maintenance.
  • Good knowledge of heating and air conditioning systems.
  • Good knowledge of various test equipment.

Electrician Job Requirements:

  • Completion of electrician apprenticeship.
  • Experience working as an electrician.
  • High school diploma.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Electrician certification from a technical school.
  • Deep electrical system, power generation, blueprints and maintenance and repair knowledge.
  • Experience in renewable energy field.

Note: Electrical apprentices who completed the DMAC Electrical Certification & Training program must have at least 12,000 hours of supervised work experience before becoming a State Licensed Journeyman.

Once you complete your 12,000 working hours under a licensed Journeyman or Electrical contractor, submit the completed Journeyman Electrician License Application to your local licensing office along with the registration fee, a copy of your driver’s license and proof of working/employment hours. Notarized employment references must be included with your application to verify that you’ve met the work experience requirements.

Schedule your Journeyman Electrician Exam appointment by contacting your county’s contractor licensing office upon receiving confirmation of your application approval. Most state exams are administered in an open book format , consists of 80 questions that must be completed within three hours. Exam topics include items such as general electrical knowledge, wiring methods and materials, equipment and communication systems. Applicants must receive a score of at least 75 percent to pass the exam and receive their license.

Become the best Electrical technician you can be and enroll today!

Headphones are recommended for best Learning experience.
Notebook and a Pencil is also recommended.

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Course Includes

  • 16 Lessons
  • 16 Topics
  • 14 Quizzes
  • Course Certificate
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