The Electrical Technology program trains students with the technical background and manual skills necessary for careers in the installation and maintenance of various modern residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems. All State of Maine Journeyman electrical licensing educational requirements are met or exceeded in this program.

The Electrical Technology (ET) program prepares students for entry level positions in the electrical field. The ET program offers both an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree and a Certificate option.

Graduates from this program will be skilled in the installation and maintenance of various residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems. All State of Maine electrical licensing educational requirements are met or exceeded in this program. Students are required to have the tools and equipment necessary to properly complete the hands-on portion of the program. The required tools and equipment cost will be in the range of $300-600.

“The Electrical Technology program at KVCC is one of the best in the State. With a great student/ instructor ratio there is a lot of hands-on instruction. The instructors are very knowledgeable and have many years of experience.”
—KVCC Electrical Tech Student

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Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Electrical Technology program, graduates are expected to:

  1. Practice the electrical skills of the profession in a conscientious, responsible, and accountable manner while recognizing the need to continue to expand their technical knowledge and skills.
  2. Communicate effectively and listen and respond appropriately to a variety of residential, commercial and industrial electrical situations.
  3. Think critically and use their acquired analytical skills to solve problems encountered in a residential, commercial or industrial electrical environment.

Career Opportunities

Graduates will find employment as entry level:

  • Maintenance Electricians
  • Construction Electricians
  • Electrical/Instrumentation Technicians
  • or in other positions that involve the installation and maintenance of electrical systems.

Graduates are eligible to take the State of Maine Journeyman Electrical Licensing Examination.

View Gainful Employment data for this career field.

Required Tools and Materials

Students are required to have the tools and equipment necessary to properly complete the hands-on portion of the program. The required tools and equipment cost will be in the range of $300-600.

Required Tools and Materials List

Program Faculty

Paul Davis, Electrical Technology Department Chair
(207) 453-5112
pdavis@kvcc.me.edu
 
Ryan Tracy, Electrical Technology Faculty
(207) 453-5110
rtracy@kvcc.me.edu
 
Chuck Worster, Electrical Technology Faculty
(207) 453-5115
cworster@kvcc.me.edu

Contact

For more information, please contact:

Enrollment Services
(207) 453-5822
Enrollment@kvcc.me.edu