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Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security

Why Choose the Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security Program?

The demand for fire alarms, burglar alarms, card access and closed-circuit television have always been high, therefore, the demand for electricians that specialize in that field is also high. With advancing technologies, there's always a new innovation in security ready to be installed and programmed. Students in our Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security Program participate in hands-on training with advanced equipment, techniques and programming to prepare for careers as alarm-system installers and service technicians.

This program is approved as a Limited Energy (06) specialty electrical training program in the state of Washington, and graduates of the program can be credited with 1,815 hours of work experience upon applying to become a Limited Energy (06) specialty electrician.

If you enjoy working with electronics and have a passion for safety and security, this may be the program and career path for you.

Employers are looking for Low Voltage Electricians that have experience working on industry-related low-voltage equipment, but also have soft skills such as being able to work together as a team.
How Long It Takes:

Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security AAT Degree: 5 Quarters

Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security Certificate: 3 Quarters

All program lengths are estimates and are not guarantees.

Potential Careers

Security & Fire Alarm Installer

Security & Fire Alarm Installer Career & Wage Details

This is not a guarantee of employment or a certain wage. Full career data available at

Career Pathway

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Meet Your Instructors

Tracy Irish

Bldg 14, Rm 207

Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security Program Information Sessions usually occur at 3 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month.

To learn more about information sessions, visit

Visit the Academic Calendar at to see when the next information session is scheduled.