What is an Electrician Trainee?
An electrician trainee (ET) is someone who does not qualify to take the state certification exam they lack the necessary experience or related instruction, but who has legally registered with the state to perform electrical work for a C-10 contractor.
This program is great for:
- Compliance with state law. Simply put, you will be legal to do electrical work in California.
- Convenient and flexible program. You can work during the day and take your classes at night from the convenience of your home.
- Affordable. Classes average about $370.
- Comprehensive program. The program takes you through the basics to intensive state exam preparation.
- Start where you want. You determine the order and progression of your classes. You can pick your classes based on the material you need instruction in.
- You get hands-on instruction too. A class may have 1-2 scheduled hands-on workshops. They are typically on Saturdays so they don't interfere with your work schedule.
- Individuals who work during the day and can dedicate some of their evenings to classes and course work.
- Someone who is self-driven and likes setting his/her own learning pace.
- Someone who is comfortable with technology-based instruction.