Pennslyvania

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Certificate Program

Westmoreland County Community College Electrical Utility Program

Westmoreland County Community College Electrical Utility Program
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2020 Program Cost:

$5,600

2020 Graduate Average Starting Wage:

$51,800

About

Westmoreland County Community College Electrical Utility Program

The program includes technical coursework in electrical fundamentals and circuit analysis, practical skills training, and general education classes. Following the second semester, qualified students will complete a compensated 10-week (40 hours/week) evaluated field experience.

2020 Enrollment

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Housing Available?

No

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Boots/Tools Included?

No

Career Outlook:

Graduates of the Electrical Utility Technology Program may accept positions such as electric utility line worker, lineman, cable man, electrical utility foreman, electrical line supervisor and electrical line contractor.

Common Employer(s) from Program:

Xcel Energy

Completion Rate:

90%

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Employment Rate

88%

Possible Scholarships?

Yes

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Term Length:

4 months

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Term Beginning Date(s):

September

Admission Qualifications 

High School Diploma or equivalent

Westmoreland County Community College Electrical Utility Program

Pennslyvania

About

Youngwood

Westmoreland County Community College is a public community college in Youngwood, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1970 during an era of community college proliferation within the state.

Youngwood

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