“Wizards of Wiring” (Kollar), is not a fictional character in a movie or book, actually it is a unique nickname for an Electrician. By hooking up electrical machinery such as: heat, light, and air-conditioning; electricians classify as the most highly respected tradesmen in the industry of construction. As said before, hooking up electrical machinery is basically an electricians duty; but it is not really all that basic because there are many types of electricians and jobs tend to get harder depending on what title is chosen. Currently the electrical industry is experiencing rapid technological change; therefore becoming an electrician is exciting and seemingly simple it is also becoming more and more challenging everyday.
“Maintenance electricians repair or replace electric and electronic equipment when it breaks; they make needed repairs as quickly as possible in order to minimize inconvenience”(Bureau). Construction electricians are responsible for all electrical needs in a building and install all the equipment needed to run the buildings’ electrical system. Electricians who have received a license can open and operate their own business and choose what kind of services they wish to provide, rather it is residential or commercial. All electricians who are unlicensed must state their status as clearly as possible to any employers or clients (What).
Becoming a master electrician can be challenging but is simple if you know where to begin, There are many requirements: “colleges and vocational schools offer certificate, degree and continuing education programs for those seeking a career as a master electrician. Maine mandates a 576-hour vocational training program for electricians, while postsecondary education is optional in other jurisdictions. Some states accept a trade school diploma, associate’s degree or engineering bachelor’s degree in lieu of some of the required practical experience. Most states require electricians to pass the same...