Irving, Texas — The Connecticut Alarm & Systems Integrators Association (CASIA) in partnership with ESA’s National Training School will now launch instruction for the state’s L-6 Low Voltage Electrician Apprenticeship Program.
L-6 Technicians are able to perform low voltage, alarm or signal, audio and sound system work, while employed by a licensed contractor in Connecticut.
“We are very excited to deliver Connecticut’s L-6 Low Voltage Electrician Apprenticeship Instruction Program,” says Pat Shea Remes, CASIA Executive Director. “Whenever we can be a valuable resource to installers, integrators and dealers throughout the state, we jump at the opportunity.”
The L-6 license is needed for anybody interested in working with video, fire and security systems; access control; and safety in Connecticut. The approved apprenticeship program consists of 288 hours of related instruction as well as 4,000 hours of on the job training.
All student assessments are required to be performed at an approved location and will be monitored by a licensed L-6 technician selected by CASIA. Grades of 75 or higher are required to be considered proficient and credit awarded.
Upon completion of the program, students will be eligible to take their L-6 Journeyperson licensing exam.
For more information on classes and a comprehensive listing of requirements, contact CASIA Executive Director Pat Shea Remes by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.