• RIE Residential/Industrial Electricity (CIP Code 46.0399)
     
     
    An instructional program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills necessary to install, operate, maintain and repair electrically-energized residential, commercial and industrial systems, and DC and AC motors, controls and electrical distribution panels. Instruction emphasizes practical application of mathematics, science, circuit diagrams and use of electrical codes and includes blueprint reading, sketching and other subjects essential for employment in the electrical occupations. Reading and interpretation of commercial and residential construction wiring codes and specifications, installation and maintenance of wiring, service and distribution networks within large construction complexes are also critical components of the program. 
  •  Programs of Study
     Level I
    Safety & Occupational Orientation
    Hand Tools Safety & Usage
    Power Tools Safety & Usage
    Measuring & Calculating Materials
    Blue Print Reading 
    Hours
    40
    60
    80
    20
    40
     Level II
    Basic Safety
    Construction Math
    Hand Tools
    Power Tools
    Switches & Receptacles
    National Electrical Code
    Fixtures
    Switches & Receptacles
     Hours
    75
    33
    16
    16
    50
    50
    60
    60
     Level III
    Basic Safety
    Construction Math
    Anchors & Supports
    Blue Print Reading
    Raceways
    National Electrical Code
    Green Technology
    Cable Types & Installations
     Hours
    75
    30
    10
    50
    50
    75
    20
    50
     Level IV
    Electrical Services
    Testing Equipment
    Wired Devices
    Residential Cabling Technology
    Raceways
    National Electrical Code
    Green Technology
     Hours
    60
    52
    26
    65
    60
    57
    40
  • STC has Articulation Agreements with the following post-secondary schools:
    Lincoln Technical Institute - East Windsor Campus, McCann's School of Business & Technology/Hazleton, Orleans Technical Institute, Pennsylvania College of Technology, Rosedale Technical Institute, Triangle Tech, Lehigh Carbon Community College

    Program Requirements/Costs (approximate)
     
    Pair of Work Boots (Steel Toes Optional)........$25.00
    Basic Template............................................$5.00
    Calculator....................................................$5.00
    3" 3 Ring Binder...........................................$10.00
     
     Program Entrance Recommendations
     
    Able to adapt to a changing environment
    Able to work with other people & personalities
    A positive & energetic attitude
    Basic math skills (fractions, decimals, etc.)
    Punctual & eager to learn