Running Start for Electrical Technician

Want to leave your mark?

As technology advances at a rapid rate, you can learn how to earn
skills to keep up! An electrician is a skilled tradesperson who
combines electrical theory with the knowledge of the operating
characteristics of electrical equipment and devices.

Course Highlights

  • Students learn to create, maintain and repair the electronic components and equipment used in
    any equipment or device that involves electricity
  • Increased communication, teamwork, and other soft skills
  • Opportunity to earn paid internship following successful completion of program

Registration Information

GTAP 1196-901
CRN 83899
Capacity: 20
Lecture

Times:
T/R 3-5:20pm
Dates:
1/17 to 4/30

Location:
NNMIEC Offices
5031 Indian School Rd NE # 100
Albuquerque, NM 87110

Requirements

Must have transportation to and from class and the internship locations.

Career Pathways Covered

Journeyman Electrician Electrical Engineer Electrical Inspector Special Systems Tech
Entry Level Salary $31,345 $69,035 $36,410 $44,761
Average Salary $43,825 $94,161 $54,000 $62.878
Education Required Training or Certification Training or Certification Certification or Degree Certification or Degree

Source: New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Contacts

Andrew Mathis

Executive Director Running Start For Careers

505-768-3000
amathis@cabq.gov

Amanda Glennon

Outreach Services Office Central New Mexico Community College

(505)224-4764
aglennon@cnm.edu

Carla Kugler

Industry Partner

505-830-4222 ext 102
ckugler@abcnm.org

 

Complete the online admissions process by going to cnm.edu/dualcredit. Be sure to select Dual Credit as your application type and you won’t be charged for tuition or registration fees.