MVCTC Electrical Grad Finds Success at Crown Beverage Packaging


Recent MVCTC Adult Education Electrical graduate Caelan Stewart pictured with Lee Johnson of CROWN Beverage Packaging North America. Caelan stated, "going to the MVCTC Adult Education Electrical program provided me an advantage in the field which lead to advanced placement here at Crown."


The next MVCTC Adult Education Electrician program starts April 1, 2019.    


The purpose of the Electrical program is to provide a basic core of instruction and practical lab experience to prepare students for employment in electrical trades. Electricians may choose to work in residential and/or commercial electrical construction or industrial electrical maintenance.


The Miami Valley CTC Electrical Trades program follows the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curriculum. Upon successful completion, students earn NCCER certification. NCCER’s process of instructor certification, standardized curriculum, assessment, student certification, and the national registry is an industry leader for adult workforce education.

Program Goals:

• Demonstrate electrical safety practices
• Calculate load in various systems
• Knowledge of motor control and relay logic
• Learn programmable controllers and ladder logic
• Install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical devices, components, and equipment
• Knowledge of electrical codes and standards, blueprint reading, and wiring diagrams

Courses Taught:  CPR, OSHA 30, NCCER Core, Electrical Level 1, Electrical Level 2, Electrical Level 3, Industrial Wiring, Motor Control, AC Drives and Motors, Programmable Logic Controllers 1, Programmable Logic Controllers 2, Programmable Logic Controllers 3



Class Schedule
Monday through Thursday, 5:30 - 10:00 pm
Program Costs
$12,940 (Financial aid is available for those who qualify) (Pell & Stafford funding authorized by US Dept. of Education)
Employment Rate
69% Based on data reported to the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE)
Starting Salary
$49,000 Based on data reported to the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE)