From electrical contractors to welders and machine tool operators, Alfred State offers a variety of programs that prepare students to launch careers in high-demand professions. Each program provides 1,800 hours of related course work, theory, and hands-on practice, providing graduates with the necessary skills to be successful in these dynamic fields.
ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN PROGRAM
The hands-on electrical training provided in the first year consists of actual wiring projects off campus, as well as residential wiring projects in our laboratories. Our senior electrical students receive real-life experiences working with the campus maintenance department, trouble-shooting campus equipment, rewiring existing facilities, and designing and installing the electrical systems in the new facilities. Seniors will also design and install photovoltaic systems and wind turbine systems. They will work in the laboratories designing and installing automated projects (incorporating relay logic), PLCs, pneumatics, hydraulics, process control systems, three-phase transformer systems, industrial distribution, and motor theory and repair. All of the freshmen and senior students will utilize the National Electrical Code.
MISSION FOR ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN
Educate and instill in our students within a two-year time frame all of the information necessary to be successful in the electrical trades. This includes interpreting and understanding the National Electrical Code, electrical theory, mathematics, electrical nomenclature, wiring methods, and troubleshooting as it applies to residential, commercial, industrial wiring, and sustainable electrical systems. This also includes the necessity to work safely, be responsible, be dependable, and take pride in their craftsmanship.
TECHNICAL STANDARDS FOR THE ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN PROGRAM
Math sequence I & II recommended for all programs, plus the following requirements:
MISSION FOR WELDING AND CNC MANUFACTURING & MACHINING TECHNICIANS
Strive to provide employers with entry-level technicians who are capable of functioning in and adapting to a rapidly changing environment.
TECHNICAL STANDARDS FOR WELDING & CNC MANUFACTURING & MACHINING PROGRAMS
A list of required tools, equipment, PPE, etc. for all of the programs mentioned above can be found at www.alfredstate.edu/tool-lists.
|Electrical Construction and Maintenance Electrician (AOS)||CNC Manufacturing and Machining (AOS)||Welding Technology (AOS)|
ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE TOUR
CNC MANUFACTURING AND MACHINING TOUR
WELDING TECHNOLOGY TOUR