Industrial and Mechanical Electrical

Power Up your Future!

This part-time Industrial and Mechanical Electrical program prepares you for a career in the electrical industry in only 18 weeks. Using the "learn while you earn" model, our evening class allows you to work while you're taking classes. In this class, you will gain the fundamental skills of routine maintenance using the National Electrical Code, how to utilize electrical/electronic skills in a manufacturing environment including PLCs, AC and DC motors and drives, and schematics, and troubleshooting different motors, equipment, wiring, fixtures, and other components.

Program Requirements:
  • 18 years of age or older
  • Successful completion of TABE entrance assessment
  • HS diploma recommended, not required (note: employers may require a high school diploma)
Tuition: $2,895 (special introductory price of $399 extended for 2024-25 school year!)
  • Fall: 9/10/24 - 1/28/25
  • Spring: 2/11/25 - 6/24/25
Class Schedule: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Program length: 108 hours of in person instruction + 36 hours of online coursework = 144 total hours; 18 weeks
Location: BOCES 2 Career & Technical Education Center (WEMOCO) 
3589 Big Ridge Road, Spencerport, NY 14559
Dress Code: Long pants are required. Jeans are acceptable. Wear clothing that can get dirty. No baggy clothing. Sneakers or Boots must be worn. No open toed or heeled (above ½ inch) shoes. Tops must cover the torso (shoulders, waistline, and chest). No dangling earrings, chains, bracelets, or necklaces. Clothing with offensive or inappropriate images or language is not allowed. Hair longer than shoulder length should be pulled back and secured. Fingernails should be trimmed. Safety goggles are recommended and will be supplied.

Complete a contact card to connect with an advisor, learn more about the program, and get a link to register for an entrance assessment

Employment Outlook: Industrial machinery mechanic, Mechanical maintenance technician, Union/Apprenticeship, Industrial maintenance technician
  • For more information on Industrial and Mechanical Electrical as a career, click here.
Student Support and Academic Services
  • Access to student support advisors, who can provide career advisement and referral services.  
  • Access to academic, employability and interviewing support
  • Access to employer networks

What Will I Learn?

  • National Electrical Code
  • Programmable Logic Controllers
  • AC/DC Motor and Drives
  • Schematics
  • Troubleshooting Motors
  • Wiring

How Do I Enroll?

Admission Procedures

  1. Complete a contact card and register for an Entrance Assessment. Once you submit the contact card, you'll receive an email (check your spam!). Use the link in the email to complete your application and register for an entrance assessment.
  2. Complete an entrance assessment to determine your program eligibility. Your score on the assessment helps determine the level of support you may need to be successful in the program.
  3. Secure funding. Your payment options include:
    • Self-pay
    • Employer pay
    • Tuition assistance options available for those who meet eligibility requirements
Tuition Assistance options for this program include:
  • Funding grants available through RochesterWorks! for eligible applicants:
  • To be considered for RochesterWorks Grant Funding, you must apply:
    • Fall: 6/12/24 - 7/30/24
    • Spring: 11/13/24 - 12/31/24
  • Other options may be available on a class-by-class basis. If you are looking for more information, please reach out to us at 585-349-9100.

Get Started Today!

Complete a contact card to connect with an advisor, learn more about the program, and complete an application