Program Description
The Electrical Construction program covers a wide variety of areas within the Electrical Industry, to include: Electrical Safety, DC Theory, use and application of the National Electrical Code, Conduit Bending, Blueprint Reading, NEC Calculations, proper use of Electrical Test Equipment, Residential and Commercial wiring, and Electrical Motor Controls. The program has a strong partnership with local industry groups, and students can earn advanced standing by completing this program. The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) provides standards, curriculum and assessments for this program.

 Available Certifications
NCCER: Core
NCCER: Level 1 Electrical Assessment

JATC/IBEW Apprenticeship Program for qualified students
Available College Credits
College of Southern Maryland (3 Credits)
Morgan State University (3 Credits)
University of Maryland Eastern Shore (3 Credits)
 

Course Sequence

Foundations of Building and Construction Technology (NCCER)
Electrical Construction 1
Electrical Construction 2

Sample High School Schedule

    9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade
Elective Foundations of Building
and Construction
Technology (NCCER)
Electrical Construction 1  Electrical Construction 2
2 Health/Fitness for Life Requirement Elective Electrical Construction 1 Electrical Construction 2
3 Fine Arts Financial Literacy Elective Electrical Construction 2
4 Science Requirement Science Requirement Science Requirement Elective
5 History Requirement History Requirement History Requirement Elective
6 Math Requirement Math Requirement Math Requirement Math Requirement
7 English Requirement English Requirement English Requirement English Requirement
         8
Technology Education Requirement Elective Elective Elective

  *Note: The schedule above is a sample only. Students should always review course selections with school counselors and refer to the current Charles County Public Schools High School Program of Studies.*

High Schools that Offer the Program
North Point High School- Students apply in 8th grade