Electricity

Electricity introduces students to installation and maintenance of electrical systems for a variety of purposes, including climate control, security, and communications. Electricians may install and maintain the electronic controls for machines in business and industry.
Electricians also install coaxial or fiber optic cable for computers and other telecommunications equipment. In addition, they may connect and program automated robotic industrial systems. Students successfully completing this Tech Prep program are eligible to receive college credit through Rhodes State College.
Students will learn to 
  • Design, stage, and install commercial and residential electrical wiring from "rough in" to "finish"
  • Program robotics and interpret blueprints using logical thinking and math
  • Troubleshoot analog circuits and digital telecommunications for safe and efficient operation
The Electricity program is part of Vantage RAMTEC.
POTENTIAL CAREERS
Residential Electrician
Industrial Electrician
Robotics Technician
Power Line Worker
Communication Systems Installer

INDUSTRY CERTIFICATIONS
National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) - CORE, and Electricity Level I
OSHA 10 Hour Safety Card
Forklift Operations Certificate

CAREER TECHNICAL STUDENT ORGANIZATION
Skills USA

COLLEGE CREDIT OPTIONS
Vantage Career Center has partnered with Northwest State Community College to offer courses both online and in our building. These are part of College Credit Plus. Students can also opt to attend local campuses to meet academic requirements. Contact Student Services for more information.   
 

Career Pathways

A Career Pathway is a collective look at education and training, wage and outlook information for related occupations.  The Vantage Electricity program can be part of the Career Pathways listed below. Whether a student is interested in going to college, getting a certificate or working right after high school, career pathways can be customized for any ambition or plan.  
These career pathways were developed around Ohio’s in-demand occupations, according to the July 2015 In-Demand Occupations. Secondary and post-secondary courses reflect career-tech programs approved by the Ohio Department of Education and Ohio Board of Regents. For additional career planning resources, visit OhioMeansJobs.com.

Contact Us

Please contact any of the individuals listed below to get more information about the program. 
Mel White
Mel White
Electricity
Office: 419-238-5411 x 2537
Ted Verhoff
Ted Verhoff
Career Tech Supervisor
Office: 419-238-5411 x 2161
Tonya Temple
Tonya Temple
Student Services Supervisor
Office: 419-238-5411 x 2160