Great Plains Technology Center

Electrical Level I

Electrical student installing a box thingy.

Who can attend?


  High School

You will learn to:

  • Design, stage, and install residential electrical wiring for power control systems from “rough in” to “finish”
  • Use logical thinking and math to interpret blueprints, program equipment and layout design
  • Supply power to a wide range of systems and structures according to the National Electrical Code

See Course of Study (PDF)


Lawton - Main Campus


You will be introduced  to the safety practices, use of hand and power tools/equipment and electrical theory related to the electrical industry. These skills are all essential for the workplace and a first step toward obtaining a journeyman's license.

Employment Options

The following list is associated with the approved SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) for this program and does not necessarily represent immediate opportunities; additional training may be required for some options listed.

Entry Level Electrician’s Assistant – Approximate Pay Potential: $13-22 per hour. (O*NET source:

Scheduling Information

Class Meets: Monday - Friday
AM Session: 8:00 am-11:00am 
PM Session: 11:50am-2:50pm
1000 hours - 9 months to complete

Cost of Attendance Summary 

Secondary (High School) Students

  • Tuition: Free
  • Textbooks: No cost to student
  • Misc. Expenses: $25.00

Post-secondary (Adult) Students

  • Tuition: $2,500.00
  • Textbooks: $552.00
  • Misc. Expenses: $25.00

Financial Aid and Scholarships

This program is approved for scholarships and Veteran's Education Benefits for those who qualify. (See Financial Aid)

Certification Outcomes:

  • ODCTE: Construction Trainee 
  • ODCTE: Commercial Industrial Electrician’s Assistant

Applying for this Program

Bryan Gilland
Electrical Instructor


Great Plains Technology Center
4500 SW Lee Blvd.
Lawton, OK 73505

Useful Information

Program Begins

August & January

"What I enjoy most is when I get to find out that my students have obtained their journeyman's license."
Mike Klein, Instructor