Power System Electrician
The Power System Electrician program will train you to install, maintain and repair electrical power generation, transmission and distribution systems and equipment in substations and metering. Power system electricians generally work in 2 distinct areas – substations and metering.
All application deadlines, start dates and training schedules are posted on the Tradesecrets website.
Power system electricians generally work in the following 2 areas.
- In substations, power system electricians work with high voltage equipment such as circuit breakers, transformers, switches and the control circuits for protection, indication and monitoring systems.
- In metering, power system electricians work with a variety of recording devices, such as supervisory controls, indicating and recording devices, switchboards and equipment circuitry found in generating stations and powerhouses.
Power system electricians are employed by utility companies, large industrial facilities and their subcontractors.
Grad Employment Rate
Employment rates reported by NAIT alumni are for information purposes and do not guarantee future employment opportunities.
Median Journeyman Salary
Salaries reported by NAIT alumni are for information purposes and are not a guarantee of future alumni income.
Tuition & Fees (Cost per semester)
Tuition Cap: $784.00