16-26 Weeks/480 Hours

Electricians do most of the wiring in homes, apartments and manufacturing plants, including solar and control runs.   Many Graduates go to work as Electrician Technicians Helpers, but many others enter fields for which CIT training, combined with their previous experience, qualifies them to obtain better jobs.   The first step in all Electrical and Solar Maintenance, whether you are repairing, certifying or troubleshooting, is to attempt to test.  If it calibrates then you can certify; if not, then you must replace it, switch out a component, send it back to the factory or exchange, or sell them a new electrical or solar control system.  Before you can start up the Electrical circuit, it must be tested and certified.  Simple, easy instructions are taught in HOW TO TEST AND CERTIFY electrical circuits that measure and control flow, level, speed, altitude, temperature, pressure, differential pressure, pH, conductivity, and chemical analysis. Maintenance electricians, technicians, engineers, salesmen and managers are taught to troubleshoot systems, change out components, make critical adjustments, to assure high product quality, and prevent damage to expensive systems.  Past graduates show up with unusual jobs for which they tell us CIT retraining gave them the edge needed to obtain.  Coupled with their previous work experience, CIT training has enabled graduates to be hired in electrical sales, electrical maintenance, and other fields touching on electrical knowledge of electrical controls. Electrical equipment is an integral part, if not the cornerstone, of most new high tech job opportunities.


Electricians  Electrical and Instrumentation Maintenance
    Electrical and Instrumentation Maintenance             Level l    240 Hrs   Electrical and Instrumentation Maintenance   Level 1 plus 240 hours  Level 2   480 Hrs
             CIT training for Green Jobs
50 Modules  Electrical and Instrument Maintenance       Level l        240 Hrs 
House Electrical Maintenance  NEC 2005     
1 Introduction to Electrical Repair, Control and Certification
2 Understanding Applications of Electrical Test Equipment
3 Basic Plant Electrical 
4 Industrial Electrician’s Math, Theory, Symbols and Drawings
5 Basic Industrial Electrical Repair and Installation
N.C.I.T. Basic Electrical Qualify Test Preparation and Final Exam
240 HOURS  maximum in 8 -13 Weeks       50  Modules = DIPLOMA    

68 Modules  Electrical and Instrument Maintenance      Level ll      240 Hrs   
Industrial Electric NEC 2005  
1 Introduction to Electrical Maintenance 
2 Electrical Maintenance Study 
3 Electrical Controller Study 
4 Theory of Electrical Maintenance  
6 OSHA40: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120   
7 Electrical Safety Overview (8 hours)
N.C.I.T. Qualify Electrician Test Preparation and Final Exam
240 HOURS  maximum in 8 -13 Weeks       50  Modules = DIPLOMA

Total 480 HOURS  maximum  in 16 - 26 Weeks      118  Modules = DIPLOMA
Occupational Classification Codes: 47-2111,47-3013, 49-9051, 17-3028, 49-9046, 49-9051,  


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At the College of Instrument Technology (CIT), we do not cut corners with your education and training. Your success reflects directly on our college, so we are in your corner from day one. CIT offers classes in many disciplines including CDL Commercial Truck Driving Level "A", Tow Truck Operator, Bus Driver Passenger Endorsement, numerous Heavy Equipment classes including Swing Cab Crane or Boom Truck Crane Certifications as well as Waste Water Management and various Instrument Calibration classes. Instrument Technology Process Control was Green before Green was cool. These certifications allow you to work anywhere in the world with these job skills. If you are over 18 years of age, have a clean criminal history, a good driving record, a desire to better yourself and your career, then you need to contact CIT as soon as possible.

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