Electricity powers the applications that make our daily lives more productive and efficient. The demand for electricity has led to vast job opportunities in the electrical field. Electricians install electrical systems in structures. They install wiring and other electrical components such as circuit breakers, breaker panels, switches and lighting fixtures. Electricians are among the highest paid in the construction industry according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Electrical Apprentices must register with the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, and complete 8,000 hours of paid on the job training as a licensed apprentice, and complete 720 hours or related classroom instruction to take the state Journeyman exam.
Curt has been in the construction trades for 25 plus years. He has experience in framing, concrete, finish work, electrical and HVAC. Curt joins DXATC as the Director of Construction Technology and is passionate about what he does and is dedicated to helping students succeed.
Adjunct Instructors: Randy Lamoreaux, Bob Morris, Rob ParrOffice Hours: