How Do I Become an Electrician with No Experience?

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Are you interested in becoming an electrician but don’t have experience in the field? The good news is that you have options to learn this trade. One thing you must have is an interest in electrical applications. Tulsa Welding School (TWS) can help with the rest. We offer two programs for aspiring electricians.

How Do I Become an Electrician with No Experience?

A great way to become an electrician without experience is by completing the Electrical Application program at the Tulsa, Jacksonville or Houston campuses or the Electrical Technologies program at Tulsa Welding School in the Dallas metro. In as little as seven months, you can prepare for an entry-level role as an electrical apprentice.

Do I Need a License to Work as an Electrician?

To become a licensed electrician, it is recommended that you complete a diploma program and acquire 3 to 4 years of experience as an apprentice. This means that you must either work for a company with a license or have a contractor license of your own. Once you become a licensed electrician, you can work as an independent contractor and supervise your apprentices.

What are the Benefits of a Formal Education?

Getting a formal education in electrical applications and technologies has many benefits. In addition to 75 years of experience in hands-on training, we offer you the following:

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The significant part about a formal education from TWS is that you will get a quick start on the knowledge and skills you need to succeed as an apprentice electrician. You will be trained and ready for an entry-level role in as little as seven months. How can TWS teach you so quickly? We focus only on the knowledge and skills you will need to be a successful electrician. You won’t find any elective classes in 13th Century American Literature, just electrical applications, and lots of it.

A Complete Curriculum

TWS offers classes in electricity and solar, residential and commercial electrical wiring fundamentals, and much more—a complete curriculum to prepare you for the field with hands-on experience to build your confidence.

Career Services

The best part about attending school at TWS is our career services. We help you find opportunities in the community that match your skill set and passion. Our career services staff has strong ties with the community, and graduates of TWS are trusted by employers to be fully trained and ready to work on day one. Electrician companies look to TWS to supply highly trained apprentice electricians.

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The Electrical Applications program at TWS trains students in hands-on courses guided by expert instructors for one purpose: to prepare them for job opportunities as entry-level electricians. This in-depth program teaches students mechanical and electrical principles, residential and commercial wiring fundamentals, and more. This program is offered at our Jacksonville, FL, Tulsa, OK, and Houston, TX campuses.

The Electrical Technologies program at our Dallas Metro campus prepares you for entry-level job opportunities as an electrician. In as few as seven months of hands-on training at Tulsa Welding School, you could be trained in the skills you need to maintain and service residential, commercial, and industrial electrical equipment.

Contact us at (855) 981-7313 to learn more about our Electrical training programs.