Electrical Technologies


  • Design, stage and install commercial wiring in metal stud walls and suspended ceiling systems.

  • Interpret blueprints and layout design to stage and install low-voltage building projects, such as teledata, security and fire alarms.

  • Install alternative energy projects, such as wind and solar power.

  • Pursue apprenticeship opportunities with an electrical contractor, allowing students to be employed while in school.

Kirk Hewitt Electrical Technologies Instructor


Kirk Hewitt



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  • NCCER Core

  • NCCER Level 1 Electrical

  • OSHA 10

Students can earn up to 21.5 college credits upon successful completion of program courses. 

  • Residential and commercial electrician

  • Electrical engineer

Skills USA

Participate as a member of this career and technical student organization.

"Because of Pickaway Ross's participation in the student-partner program through the IBEW, I was able to get my foot in the door the summer of my junior year.”


   Class of 2016

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