Florence-Darlington Technical College’s Hartsville site offers new electrician program in fall

Florence-Darlington Technical College’s Hartsville site will offer an Electrician Program beginning with the Fall 2021 semester. Students in the certificate program will learn skills leading to jobs as technicians in the growing electrician field. Official job prospects show the electrician career growing by 8 percent in the next decade with a median income of $56,000 a year according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Alternative power supplies like solar and wind are also driving increases in the field. During their two semesters at FDTC’s Hartsville site, students will study the basics of electricity, learn how to read blueprints and diagrams and apply national codes to their work. Successful students will be able to take certification tests that will qualify them as entry level electricians. For more information about the Hartsville site electrician certificate program and to register, contact Casey Copeland, site director, at casey.copeland@fdtc.edu or call him at 843-383-4500. To learn more about Florence-Darlington Technical College and its associate degree, certificate and diploma programs, e-mail Shawn Reed, Department Chair of Engineering and Industrial Technology, at shawn.reed@fdtc.edu or call him at 843-413-2746.

Author: Rachel Howell

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