Build Your Future in Electrical Technology!

Prepare for a career in the electrical field with training at NOCE. Our Electrical Technology Certificate offers practical training to install, maintain, and repair electrical equipment and systems.

A photo of two electrical students. One is securing the light switch and checking wires, while the other student is wiring the switch to the main electrical source of power.

What You’ll Learn

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NOCE certificate programs can put you on the path for exciting new career opportunities and more earning potential. 

Career Highlights and Opportunities

  • English language proficiency – reading, writing, and speaking skills at or above an ESL (English as a second language) Intermediate Low level
  • Ability to move and hold items with your hands
  • Active listening skills
  • Basic math skills
  • Integrity, dependability, independence, and attention to detail
  • Electricians
  • Electrical estimators
  • Electrical drafters
  • Line repairers and installers

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What do I receive when finished and how long does it take?

    Students who complete the Electrical Technology program receive a certificate. The program can be completed in as little as 18 months. When you finish the certificate program, you can register to take the General Electrician’s Certification Exam.

  • How much does the program cost?

    The Electrical Technology Certificate courses at NOCE are tuition-free. However, students are responsible for covering the cost of textbooks, software, course supplies, and a parking pass.

  • What is the job and pay outlook in California?

    Career opportunities include:

    • Number of jobs in 2019: 9,790
    • 2018-28 projected job growth: 15.9% (much higher than average)
    • Entry-level pay in 2019: $38,802/annually, $18.53/hour
    • Median pay in 2019: $62,530/annually, $30.06/hour

    Note: Salary and employment outlook is for the Los Angeles/Orange County area of California, and will vary depending on skill, experience, employer, and geographic location.