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How can I become A Electrician Technician without 4 full years of college?

is there a shorter path?

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Jeffrey’s Answer

You will want to look into vocational / trade schools that specialize in training electricians. It does not require a college degree. However, it does require working as an apprenticeship to an electrician for a number of years and getting certified. It is a fulfilling career provided you are passionate about it. There will always be a need for electrician either in the residential side (home wiring, electric car charging, etc.) and commercial side (building wiring, shopping malls, etc.). Good luck!
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Virginia’s Answer

Hello Jasai,
An electrician is a great career path because there will always be a demand for electricians in the commercial and residential space including your own space(s).
I suggest researching trade schools, engineering schools, local employment/labor trade unions in your area.
I hire electricians for my company from time to time in NYC and most have obtained their certifications via trade schools.

Best of luck to you on your journey!
Virginia
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Rachel’s Answer

Hello! I suggest beginning with a brief exploration to determine the educational prerequisites and potential routes for becoming an Electrician Technician. My initial assumption is that this role may not necessitate a four-year degree, but rather a specialized certification and possibly an apprenticeship. Therefore, I recommend investigating technical career paths and their respective structures. Additionally, you can seek advice from others by contacting schools or electrical repair businesses to learn about their requirements if you prefer speaking with someone who has experience in the field.
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