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What We Offer

Loenbro Technical Institute Electrical Training Program was developed to provide training and work experience which can lead to a Journeyman’s License.

LTI Electrical Program

  • Train for your Journeyman’s License
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program
    • For Qualified Applicants
  • Employment Opportunities following completion of Year 1 Classroom Instruction
  • Apprenticeship Program



Training Areas

  • Safety & OSHA Standards
  • Fundamentals of Electricity & Power
  • Electrical Codes
  • Electrical Equipment
  • National Electrical Code (NEC) Requirements
  • Industrial Requirements
  • Commercial Requirements
  • Residential Requirements
  • Control Theory
  • Math Fundamentals

Training Information

Year 1 Training

112 Hours of Classroom Instructions2000+ Hours of On-The-Job Training

This year is designed to provide students with entry level skills in electricity and power. Through coursework and practical application in an industrial laboratory setting, the student will develop knowledge in electrical safety, electrical theory, electrical test equipment, and introduction to the National Electrical Code (NEC). While perfecting hands on skills, the student will have over 2000 hours of on-the-job training.

Year 2 Training

132 Hours of Classroom Instructions2000+ Hours of On-The-Job Training

In year 2, students will continue to develop fundamental knowledge of electricity and power. Through coursework and practical application, the student will cover control systems and fundamental concepts, alternating current, circuit breakers and fuses. The student will also cover theory and application on motors. While perfecting hands on skills, the student will continue to have over 2000 hours of on-the-job training.

Year 3 Training

144 Hours of Classroom Instructions20+ Hours of On-The-Job Theory plus 2000+ Hours of On-The-Job Training

Students will continue to build their knowledge through classroom instruction, on-the-job training. Through coursework and practical application, the student will cover transformers, commercial electrical services, conductor selections and calculations. The student will also cover load calculations, branch & feeder circuits, and voice, data, and video. While continuing to perfecting hands on skills, the student will continue to have over 2000 hours of on-the-job training and 20 plus hours of on-the-job theory.

Year 4 Training

144 Hours of Classroom Instructions20+ Hours of On-The-Job Theory plus 2000+ Hours of On-The-Job Training

In the final year, students will cover stand-by and emergency systems, fire alarm systems, and advanced control systems. Along with learning the different systems, students will also cover specialty transformers and fundamentals of crew leadership. The student will also have over 20 hours of on-the-job theory along with over 2000 hours of on-the-job training.

Apprenticeship Program

Electricians install, maintain, and repair electrical power, communications Lighting, and control systems in homes, businesses and factories. Electricians work indoors & outdoors in nearly every type of facility. Almost all electricians work full time, which usually include evenings and weekends. The employment of electricians is projected to grow 14% from 2015 to 2024 much faster then average of all occupations. The electrical trade is designed to do more then just train you for a job. The electrical industry covers more then people are a where of: high-tech world of solid-state controls, programmable controls, computerized networking, and fiber optics are just a few areas that electricians work in. Apprentices will study and learn to interpret and apply the requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC). A solid background in the theory and technology of the electrical trade will be needed to work in the field. A knowledge and ability to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical circuits and equipment is a must to be a licensed electrician. Training gives apprentices the flexibility to pursue different areas of employment as entry level electricians.


Call Loenbro Technical Institute at (605) 761-0856 to get your career started today.