Electrical Construction

Earn your degree in Electrical Construction!

The electrical construction program is for students seeking to earn a degree or certificate for jobs in commercial and residential construction, public utility agencies and industrial construction and maintenance. This program provides many opportunities for students to learn in the field, including opportunities such as working with Habitat for Humanity. This program prepares students to apply to the Southwest Washington Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, an organization affiliated with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local #76. Upon completion of the 3,000 hours of instruction, students will be given 4,000 hours that will apply toward the EL01 license.

General Information

Career Advisor: Jim Field
253.680.7403 | jfield@batestech.edu

Location: South Campus
Hours: N/A

Program Length: N/A Quarter

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This information is base on data from August 2018. For updated information, visit careeronestop, a database sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Tuition and Fees

At Bates, our tuition is affordable and there are options to help make it even easier to gain an education. Federal aid is available for many of our students. Scholarships are also available through the Bates Foundation.

See if you qualify for other funding through our special funding programs with the Workforce Education office.

Note: Information is accurate as of its original posting date. The college reserves the right to edit, change, or update information as needed throughout the year. Up-to-date information is available in Student Services.

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At the successful completion of the program curriculum, students will be able to:


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