Journeyman Lead Electrician
Certified journeyman electrician. Experienced in the complete installation of residential, commercial, and Industrial, single and three-phase electrical systems; Fire Alarm systems; Building Automation; Motor Control and Wiring; Health Care Systems, etc... Past projects include (but are not limited to) work in Oil Refineries, Power Plants, Schools and Colleges, Hospitals and medical centers, Data Centers, Commercial facilities, Waste Water Treatment Plants, and Natural Gas Metering/Compression Stations. These work sites varied from ground-up to retrofit/expansion construction.
Instructor for first year electrical apprentices through the local chapter of the Electrical Training Alliance/ National Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (N.J.A.T.C.), an apprenticeship co-op through the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (I.B.E.W.) and N.E.C.A. (National Electrical Contractors Association).
Various Classes on Teaching the Trades and Adult Learning. Held at University of Michigan and certified through University of Tennessee.
Associates of Arts and Sciences
8000 hours on-the-job training accompanied by 900 hours of in-depth classroom study over 5 years time resulting in a state certified, nationally recognized Journeyman Wireman's certification.