Electrical Technology

     Electrical Technology is a two-year course offering students the skills, knowledge, and hands-on competencies necessary to prepare them for a career as a journeyman electrician. Students work in collaboration with Carpentry, Masonry, and Computer Aided Drafting toward the completion of a local house built on-site. This program is open to juniors, seniors, and adults. The same course is taught from 2:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for adult students. 

Instructor Daniel Brown

     Mr. Brown brings over 28 years of industrial experience to his classroom. 

     As a product of this school, it is his vision to see students have a safe and successful career as an electrician, to further themselves in the industry, and to be yet another shining example of the life-changing impact that Fayette Institute of Technology can make on a student’s life.

Training & Licenses:

  • WV Master Electrician, 2015
  • Licensed Journeymen, 1992
  • Graduate of the Adult Industrial Electricity Program, 1992, Fayette Plateau Vocational Technical Center


Fundamentals of Electricity

Blueprint Reading for Electricians

Basic Electronics

Residential Wiring

Industrial and Commercial Wiring

Integrated Electrical Lab

Rotating Devices and Control Circuitry

National Electrical Code

* Students who receive a 1080-Hour Certificate are eligible to take the WV State Exam for a Journeyman Electrical License. 

Hands-On Learning

Program Certifications

1080-Hour Certificate

EDGE Approved Curriculum

NCCER National Registry

OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Certification