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Sonia D.’s Answer

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Danny -

Below is a great link to help expand your knowledge about Electricians.
https://www.learnhowtobecome.org/electrician/

Below is a list of 5 Colleges in Florida:

Atlantic Technical College
Coconut Creek, FL
Both Online and Campus

Broward College
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Cost: $1,810
Both Online and Campus

Brown Mackie College-Miami
Miramar, FL
Cost : $14,076


Cape Coral Institute of Technology
Cape Coral, FL

D G Erwin Technical Center
Tampa, FL
Cost In-state: $2,919
Cost Out-of-state: $11,729

Daytona State College
Daytona Beach, FL
Cost In-state: $3,134
Cost Out-of-state: $12,204
On-Line and Campus

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
Tallahassee, FL
Cost In-state: $3,152
Cost Out-of-state: $14,524
Both Online and Campus
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Paul’s Answer

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BTW, this is a great field to be in! And fields of this type are often overlooked in pursuit of a college degree. Simply put, college isn't for everyone. And the dirty little secret is, many trade skill professions make more money than white collar jobs.

It looks like the other people who answered you know more specifics about the field, but I'd like to throw out an additional suggestion. If your schooling allows it, make sure to get part time jobs in your field. I've learned over the years that a formal education is good, practical experience is actually a little bit better (especially in a field like yours), but the two together are the killer combination. You should have no problem finding a good job when you're done.

Good luck!

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Jose’s Answer

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My son is also interested in a career as an electrician
I found for him, the on-line certificate programs offered by George Brown University can help get you some basic knowledge
These certificate programs are very affordable and can add to your resume if you're trying to break into an entry level job
Here's the link to their programs in this area
https://coned.georgebrown.ca/courses-and-certificates/general-subject-area/technical-training/

Hope this helps.
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Jose’s Answer

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My son is also interested in a career as an electrician
I found for him, the on-line certificate programs offered by George Brown University can help get you some basic knowledge
These certificate programs are very affordable and can add to your resume if you're trying to break into an entry level job
Here's the link to their programs in this area
https://coned.georgebrown.ca/courses-and-certificates/general-subject-area/technical-training/

Hope this helps.
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Riley’s Answer

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If you are looking to become a professional electrician, you can pursue a degree in electricity. One way of doing this is to attend an electrician trade school, which is typically a 2-year program that will certify you to work professionally. If you would rather attend a community college for this degree, you could get the same amount of skills by earning an associate's degree in electrical technology.
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