Electrical Technology

Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School


Bristol-Plymouth’s Electrical Technology Program teaches you how to harness its power as you study industrial, commercial, and residential wiring and learn to install, repair, and maintain electrical systems that deliver the heat, light, power and communications that are essential to our lives. The world’s reliance on electrical power systems ensures an ongoing demand for highly skilled Electricians across a wide array of exciting careers. As an aspiring Electrician or Engineer, this program gives you a head start on licensing criteria. A typical apprenticeship for a Journeyman Electrician requires 2000 yearly hours of on-the-job training towards the 8000 total hours required to take the related test. During that time period, 150 yearly hours of related classroom theory are also needed to fulfill the required 600 classroom hours. The knowledge of electrical fundamentals you’ll gain via Bristol-Plymouth’s Electrical Technology Program will provide a strong foundation for successfully studying Engineering at the college level.

Instructed areas include:

  • Equipment Use
  • Single Phase and Three Phase Services
  • Residential, Commercial and Industrial Wiring
  • Test Equipment, Hand and Power Tool Training
  • Fire and Security Alarm Systems
  • National Electrical Code
  • Photo Voltaic Power Systems
  • Wind Power Systems
  • Motor Controls
  • Programmable Controls


  • Institution Name: Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School
  • Address: 207 Hart Street, Taunton, MA 02780
  • Website: https://www.bptech.org/bptech