Industrial Electricity


The Industrial Electricity is a NCCER program that utilizes classroom instruction and lecture, individualized modules, and hands-on experience to provide the student with the knowledge to be a electrical apprentice or electrical maintenance worker. Graduates of the program will have a strong foundation in the basic principles of electricity, including motor generator principles; meters; testing equipment and instruments; blueprint reading and math; residential wiring; National Electric Code; and industrial wiring/distribution.



Information Detail
Time Commitment Full Time
Typical Program Length 12 Months
Clock Hours 1,296
Class Type Day, Night
Credentials Certificate, Diploma
Total Tuition/Fees $4,368.00
Textbook/Supplies Cost $1,133.95

Program Credentials

Option NameHoursCredentials
Electrician Helper432Certificate
Electrician Apprentice Class II864Diploma
Electrician Apprentice Class I1296Diploma

Campus Locations

Main Campus
1100 Liberty Street
Knoxville, TN 37919


First Trimester: 
INE 0001 Worker Characteristic
INE 1010 Orientation and Safety
INE 1020 Basic Principles and Meters
INE 1030 Basic Electronics
INE 1040 National Electrical Code I
INE 1050 Wiring
INE 4050 Drawings and Documentation
Second Trimester: 
INE 0002 Worker Characteristic
INE 2010 National Electrical Code II
INE 2020 Motors and Transformers
INE 2030 Motor Control and Timers I
Third Trimester: 
INE 0003 Worker Characteristic
INE 3010 Motor Control and Timers II
INE 3020 Installation Guidelines I
INE 4030 NEC Commercial-Industrial
INE 4040 Programmable Logic Controllers


Von Bruce
Alvin Kimel
Josh Hamilton

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