Programs of Study Home | Programs of Study | Electrician Construction - IBEW Option Placement/Transfer 94% That's right! Ninety-four percent of SCC's 2012-2013 graduates found work or continued their education. Placement Electrician Construction - IBEW Option WelcomeSCC works in cooperation with Lincoln, Neb., representatives of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers-Local 265. The IBEW represents more than 780,000 members who work in a variety of fields. SCC’s program has served the construction and manufacturing industries for many years with highly trained graduates. Students are prepared for a career in the commercial and residential electrical construction industry as well as the electrical maintenance of manufacturing equipment.OverviewElectrical students will receive classroom instruction on many topics. The curriculum is delivered in cooperation with SCC and Nebraska representatives of the IBEW-Local 265. Applicants must meet the stated SCC entrance requirements and meet with representatives of the IBEW-Local 265 to be accepted into the program. Classes for new students start in the Fall Quarter (October). Instruction will be delivered at the IBEW training facility located at 6200 S. 14th St. in Lincoln, Neb. The typical classroom training schedule is 6:30-9:30 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays during the school term, September through May. Students earn a wage and benefit package in accordance with the local collective bargaining agreement. A large percentage of the training will cover the commercial and industrial aspects of electrical construction.MissionThe mission of the IBEW Construction Electrician program is to provide students with trade-related classroom instruction and on-the-job electrical construction training.Employment OutlookAverage employment growth is expected. Job prospects should be very good, particularly for workers with the widest range of skills, including voice, data and video wiring.Starting TermsPlease call Admissions Office, 402-761-8243.Construction Electrician-IBEW-AASCurriculumIBEW PROGRAM CLASSESTake ELET-1714 ELET-1715 ELET-1719 ELET-1720 ELET-1724 ELET-1725 ELET-1729 ELET-1730 ELET-1734 ELET-1735;ELET-1714 DC Circuits & Conduit BendingELET-1715 Electrical Wiring ApplicationsELET-1719 Ac/Dc Circuits & Blueprint ReadingELET-1720 Electrical Wiring ApplicationsELET-1724 Ac Theory Fire Alarm & Grounding & BondELET-1725 Electrical Wiring ApplicationsELET-1729 Logic Circuits & Electrical MoELET-1730 Electrical Wiring ApplicationELET-1734 Process Controllers & Spe Electrical CirELET-1735 Electrical Wiring ApplicationsTake SPCH-1090 SPCH-1110 or SPCH-2810;SPCH-1090 Fund of Human CommunicationsSPCH-1110 Public SpeakingSPCH-2810 Business & Professional CommunTake ENGL-1010 or ENGL-1015;ENGL-1010 Composition IENGL-1015 Composition & LiteratureGENERAL ED REQUIREMENT CORETAKE SPCH-1090 OR SPCH-1110 OR SPCH-2810;SPCH-1090 Fund of Human CommunicationsSPCH-1110 Public SpeakingSPCH-2810 Business & Professional CommunTAKE ENGL-1000 OR ENGL-1010 OR ENGL-1015;ENGL-1010 Composition IENGL-1015 Composition & LiteratureGENERAL ED REQUIREMENTTake one course from the Mathematics list under General Education Requirements in the college catalog found at www.southeast.edu.MATH-1040 Business MathMATH-1050 Thinking MathematicallyMATH-1080 Algebra & TrigonometryMATH-1100 Intermediate AlgebraMATH-1150 College AlgebraMATH-1180 Elementary StatisticsMATH-1200 TrigonometryMATH-1300 PrecalculusMATH-1400 Applied CalculusMATH-1600 Calc & Analytic Geometry IMATH-2030 Contemporary MathematicsTake one course from the Science list under General Education Requirements in the college catalog found at www.southeast.eduBIOS-1010 General BiologyBIOS-1090 General BotanyBIOS-1110 Biology of MicroorganismsBIOS-1140 Human AnatomyBIOS-1210 Human Anatomy & Physiology IBIOS-1220 Human Anatomy & Physiology IIBIOS-2130 Human PhysiologyCHEM-1050 Chemistry and the CitizenCHEM-1090 General Chemistry IFSDT-1350 Basic NutritionGEOL-1010 Physical GeologyGEOL-1060 Environmental GeologyPHYS-1017 Technical PhysicsPHYS-1030 AstronomyPHYS-1110 Survey of Physical SciencePHYS-1150 Descriptive PhysicsPHYS-1410 General Physics ITake one course from the Social Science list under General Education Requirements in the college catalog found at www.southeast.eduANTH-1120 General AnthropologyANTH-1120 General AnthropologyECON-1200 Personal FinanceECON-2110 MacroeconomicsECON-2120 MicroeconomicsGEOG-1420 World Regional GeographyHIST-1000 Western Tradition IHIST-1010 Western Tradition IIHIST-1810 Survey of Russian HistoryHIST-1820 Survey of Asian HistoryHIST-2010 Amer Hist I (Early America)HIST-2020 Amer Hist II (Late America)HIST-2100 Survey World Hist to 1500 CEHIST-2110 World History since 1500 CEHIST-2960 Survey of African American HisPOLS-1000 American GovernmentPOLS-1040 Comparative PoliticsPOLS-1600 Introduction to International RelationsPSYC-1250 Interpersonal RelationsPSYC-1810 Introduction to PsychologySOCI-1010 Introduction to SociologySOCI-1020 Diversity in SocietySOCI-2150 Issues of Unity and DiversityPOLS-1080 Intro to Political ScienceTake one course from the Humanities list under General Education Requirements in the college catalog found at www.southeast.eduARTS-1010 Intro to Visual Arts (Art Appreciation)ARTS-1050 Intro to Art Hist & Crit IARTS-1060 Intro to Art Hist & Crit IIARTS-2650 Intro to Native America ArtARTS-2750 Women in ArtGERM-1010 Beginning German IHUMS-1100 Introduction to HumanitiesHUMS-1200 Contemporary Arts & IdeasMUSC-1010 Introduction to MusicMUSC-2750 Introduction to American MusicMUSC-2800 World MusicMUSC-2870 History of Rock MusicPHIL-1010 Introduction to PhilosophyPHIL-1060 Applied EthicsPHIL-1150 Intro Logic/Critical ThinkingPHIL-2610 Intro to Comparative ReligionsRELS-2610 Intro to Comparative ReligionsSIGN-1010 Beginning ASL ISPAN-1010 Beginning Spanish ITHEA-1140 Basic ActingTAKE BSAD-1010 OR INFO-1010;BSAD-1010 Microsoft Applications IINFO-1010 Computer LiteracyProgram RequirementsProgram Requirements & Student ResponsibilitiesAll prospective students are responsible for scheduling an appointment to take the COMPASS test. ACT scores may be accepted. Applicants must also meet with representatives of the IBEW-Local 265 and meet their entrance requirements to be accepted into the program.Students must be a high school graduate or have a GED®.Students must have completed at least one year of high school Algebra or one post-high school Algebra course with a passing grade.Have a valid driver's license.Receive a qualifying score of "5" or higher on the Electrical Trades Aptitude test that has been developed and validated by the American Institutes for Research.Attain a minimum grade-point average of 2.0 in program courses to continue.Maintain attendance standards according to college policy.Participate in all learning activities at the scheduled times.Be responsible for program costs: tuition, fees, books and tools.Maintain safety practices provided to you by your instructor.Program GoalsProvide students with state-of-the art equipment for current technological experiences.Provide students with a strong background in the use of the National Electrical Code and Industrial design to successfully prepare for the State Electrical Exam.Provide students with a safe learning environment emphasizing good safety practices.Provide students with a foundational knowledge and on-the-job experience in residential, commercial and industrial wiring practices.Provide students with at least 8,000 hours of on-the-job training during a five-year period.CostsIt appears your Web browser is not configured to display PDF files. 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