Northeast MS

CAREER TYPE

Electronic Technician/Electrician

Electronics Technicians/Electricians maintains and repairs the electronic equipment used in manufacturing facilities, such as PC-based controllers, air conditioning and heating systems, boilers, and conveyors. They may install and maintain wiring, control, and lighting systems.

CAREER TYPE KEY FACTS:

Salary Range Potential: Entry Level Wage: $29,058 | Experienced Wage: $57,102

Class Types:

  • Fundamentals of Electricity, Residential/Commercial Wiring, Solid State Motor Control, Motor Maintenance and Troubleshooting

TRAINING CENTER PROGRAMS

Electrical Technology-Electronic Technician/Electrician

Fundamentals of Electricity Blueprint Reading/Planning in Residential Installation Residential/Light Commercial Wiring Switching Circuits for Residential, Commercial & Industrial Application Br. Circuit & Service Entrance Calculations Programmable Logic Controllers AC & DC Circuits Electrical Power Solid State Motor Control DC Circuits Commercial & Industrial Wiring Motor Maintenance & Troubleshooting

Example of Class Types

Fundamentals of Electricity, Residential/Commercial Wiring, Solid State Motor Control, Motor Maintenance and Troubleshooting

  Day and Night Classes:

Day Classes

Pre-requisites required:
Applicants must apply for East Central Community College admission and be accepted.

Length of Program
30 hour Career Certificate | 45 hour Technical Certificate | 60 hour Associate of Applied Science

Summary of Program Requirements
Applicants must apply for East Central Community College admission and be accepted.

Skills Needed
Fundamentals of Electricity, Residential/Commercial Wiring, Solid State Motor Control, Motor Maintenance and Troubleshooting
East Central Community College
Decatur

Contact
John Everett
601-635-6260
jeverrett@eccc.edu



 
Electrical Technology-Electronic Technician/Electrician

This two-year Associates of Applied Science degree program prepares graduates for employment in residential, commercial, and industrial electricity settings. Graduates of the program will possess the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, install, maintain, and troubleshoot various electrical systems. Students will study such topics as blueprint reading, residential/commercial/industrial wiring, job cost estimation, electrical power, and programmable logic controllers.

Example of Class Types

AC/DC Circuits, Electrical Drawing & Schematics, Commercial Wiring, Motor Control Systems

  Day and Night Classes:

Contact for more information

Pre-requisites required:
Applicants must apply for East Mississippi admission and be accepted. The two-year tracks require an ACT Score of 16 in the Composite and Math areas as well as a Silver Certificate on the Work keys exam.

Length of Program
2 year program (4 semesters) 60 semester hours

Summary of Program Requirements
Applicants must apply for East Mississippi admission and be accepted. The two-year tracks require an ACT Score of 16 in the Composite and Math areas as well as a Silver Certificate on the Work keys exam.

Skills Needed
AC/DC Circuits, Electrical Drawing & Schematics, Commercial Wiring, Motor Control Systems
East MS Community College
Golden Triangle Campus

Contact
George West
662.243.1750
gwest@eastms.edu



 
Electrical Technology-Electronic Technician/Electrician

Instruction ranges from conventional activities such as reading blueprints, bending and installing conduit, installing electrical switches and outlets, pulling insulated wires and cables and connecting components to advanced topics such as using programmable logic controllers, data highways and both AC and DC drives. Instructional laboratories are equipped with the most advanced technology trainers and software. Emphasis is placed on connecting classroom instruction with real-world applications.

Example of Class Types

AC/DC Circuits, Electrical Drawing & Schematics, Commercial Wiring, Motor Control Systems

  Day and Night Classes:

Day Classes

Pre-requisites required:
Application deadline is May 30th. Must be accepted to ICC prior to completing a Toyota AMT application. Applicants must have a Silver Level CRC. ACT subscore in Math will be factored into selection process.

Length of Program
2 Year Program

Summary of Program Requirements
Application deadline is May 30th. Must be accepted to ICC prior to completing a Toyota AMT application. Applicants must have a Silver Level CRC. ACT subscore in Math will be factored into selection process.

Skills Needed
AC/DC Circuits, Electrical Drawing & Schematics, Commercial Wiring, Motor Control Systems
Itawamba Community College
Belden Center

Contact
Douglas Ferguson
662.407.1405
dfferguson@iccms.edu



 
Electrical Technology-Electronic Technician/Electrician

The Post-Secondary Electrical Technology program prepares individuals to install, operate, maintain, and repair electrically-energized systems such as residential, commercial, and industrial electric wiring, and DC and AC motors, controls, and electrical distribution panels. Instruction in the use of test equipment is included.

Example of Class Types

AC/DC Circuits, Electrical Drawing & Schematics, Commercial Wiring, Motor Control Systems

  Day and Night Classes:

Contact for more information

Pre-requisites required:
Applicants must apply and be accepted to NEMCC. Applicants are required to earn a Silver Level on the Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) prior to program entry.

Length of Program
2 year Associate of Applied Science Degree

Summary of Program Requirements
Applicants must apply and be accepted to NEMCC. Applicants are required to earn a Silver Level on the Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) prior to program entry.

Skills Needed
AC/DC Circuits, Electrical Drawing & Schematics, Commercial Wiring, Motor Control Systems
Northeast MS Community College
Booneville

Contact
Matthew Sandlin
(662) 720-7504
mbsandlin@nemcc.edu