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Eight week exam prep course of electricians starts 10 Jan 2017

Local Electrical Inspector Chris Bennett will be hosting a 8 week exam prep class for Electricians that are interested in taking their master or journeyman electricians test. This class is for people who have been employed in the electrical trade under a licensed electrician's supervision or have completed a 2 year degree program from KCTCS in an electrical field and want to become a licensed electrician. The cost of the class will be $15 to cover educational materials that will be given out by the instructor. The instructor will receive no pay for teaching this class.

The class will be held at Adair County High School's Vocational Agricultural building that is behind the main building located at 526 Indian Drive, Columbia KY. Classes begin January 10, 2017 at 5:30pmCT. Students will need a copy of the 2014 National Electrical Code, scratch paper and a calculator. For more information please call Chris Bennett @ (270) 378-1036



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