Electrician Apprenticeship

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highlights

  • Only apprenticeship program in SBISD
  • Immediate employment at graduation if you qualify

TRIO Electrician Pre-Apprenticeship Program

During High School
Pre-Apprenticeship Starts In High School
Paid Summer Internships – Real Work Experience
Dual Credit with Houston Community College

After High School Graduation
Paid Apprenticeship Training By Employer
Full-Time Employment With Trio Electric
Become an Apprentice Electrician

Next Stops
Journeyman Electrician
Master Electrician

Certifications


  • OSHA General 10 Hour
  • NCCER Level 1 Electrical
  • NCCER Level 2 Electrical
  • Level 1 Electrician Helper Certificate through HCC

Pathways


Electrician Apprentice Pathway

  • Math for Technical Professionals
  • Electrical Technician 1
  • Electrical Technician 2
  • Internship or Practicum

Classes

Math for Technical Professionals and
Electrical Technician 1

Want to design your future as an architect? Start your sophomore year at the Guthrie Center for potentially three years of architectural study. Projects are designed to build your portfolio and resume so that you are the best candidate for the college program of your choice. In your first year of study, you will learn networking techniques, art practices, technical drafting and beginning computer aided drafting skills. You will learn the lettering styles used by architects, how to do an “as-built,” how to read a blueprint, how to edit a commercial tenant improvement set of documents and compete in a student design competition. Start building your dream today! Both classes must be taken concurrently.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of or currently enrolled in Geometry.
Grades: 10-11
Dual Credit: coming soon through HCC

Electrical Technician 2 

Want to design your future as an architect? Start your sophomore year at the Guthrie Center for potentially three years of architectural study. Projects are designed to build your portfolio and resume so that you are the best candidate for the college program of your choice. In your first year of study, you will learn networking techniques, art practices, technical drafting and beginning computer aided drafting skills. You will learn the lettering styles used by architects, how to do an “as-built,” how to read a blueprint, how to edit a commercial tenant improvement set of documents and compete in a student design competition. Start building your dream today! Both classes must be taken concurrently.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of or currently enrolled in Geometry.
Grades: 10-11
Dual Credit: coming soon through HCC