Energy and Power

Technology Academy


What You will Learn

Students in our energy and power program should expect to participate in “hands on” learning through project based learning. The coursework is focused on residential and commercial electrical tasks ranging from wiring receptacles, switches, and service drops to blueprint reading and conduit installation. Successful students will earn NCCER industry credentials.

Current Projects

  • Voltage Distribution
  • Circuit Breakers and Fuses
  • Distributed Generation
  • Capacitive Reactance
  • Building a Power Supply
  • Receptacle
  • Single pole switches
  • 3 and 4 ways switches
  • Wiring a panel
  • Pulling wire and terminating wires

Accomplishments

The prepare youth and adults to enter, compete and advance in an ever changing world of work.

Mission Statement

The prepare youth and adults to enter, compete and advance in an ever changing world of work.

Life After Collins

Stuednts who complete this program with industry credentials can expect to work as a residential or commerical electrician or may choose to further their education. Find out more information about a career as an electrician on the Ohio Means Jobs website.

Alumni

The prepare youth and adults to enter, compete and advance in an ever changing world of work.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are jobs available locally.

Travel requirements vary from company to company. Electricians can usually expect better pay if they are willing to travel.

Students who want to become a lineman should expect to take additional training after high school. The credentials offered in this course will be a benefit to any student wanting to pursue that career path.