Are you a detail-oriented person who enjoys do-it-yourself projects and working with your hands? Are you a problem-solver and think electrical work is interesting? Do you want to have a career where you do more than sit at a desk?
If these traits describe your personality and interests, you may want to consider a career in the electrical field.
With our small class sizes, accredited curriculum, hands-on labs and experienced faculty, you will learn the concepts and latest technologies to gain employment in this high-demand field.
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After graduating from our certificate, you’ll be ready to find employment in the field as a(n):
Those who work in this field demonstrate the following characteristics.
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Our hands-on program will focus on electrical theory and codes and development of skills to work as a residential or commercial electrician. You will gain the knowledge and skills through courses that focus on residential, commercial construction and maintenance applications and be exposed to the fundamentals of electrical systems through hands-on laboratory exercises that involve mock wiring of commercial and residential systems.
Our highly-qualified professors will teach you:
During the program, you also will:
Our certificate program is designed to lead you directly into the workforce. However, if you wish to continue your education, we encourage you to explore our full list of programs, including the associate degree in electrical technology. When you complete your associate degree, you can continue and transfer credits to a four-year school.
We offer the complete program at our Harrisburg Campus. You may attend the program full time or part time.
Yes! Through the HACC Foundation, there are scholarships available. Please visit hacc.edu/scholarships for details and deadlines.
You can enroll in classes in the spring, summer and fall by applying online anytime. When you submit your application, please include program code 4370 to ensure you apply for the correct one.