Electrical repair and maintenance workers are most often required to earn an associate degree or complete a formal training program to be considered for employment. For those who are interested in this field, we provide a brief overview of education requirements and career paths that match.
Electrical power Installers and repairers can concentrate on the following areas when selecting a path of study: electric motor, power tools, transportation, commercial and powerhouse equipment repairs and maintenance.
Those who hold a certificate or an associate’s degree for Electrical Repair and Maintenance have a higher chance at employment. In a degree program, students get hands-on training in circuit control and process measurements, hydraulics, and lighting and alarm systems. Here are some degree options in electrical repair:
- Associate’s in Electronic Engineering Technology
- Bachelor’s in Electronic Engineering Technology
- Electrical Repair Certificate and Diploma Program