The Cabell County Career Technology Center has several options for students interested in careers in the electrical trade industry. In the introductory Electrical Technician program targeted to high-schoolers, students can learn the fundamentals of electricity, with the opportunity to earn National Center for Construction and Education Research (NCCER) certification for each skillset learned. The program takes 2 years or 1,080 hours to complete by students attending classes for half a day. The Electrical Technician Advanced program is for adult students or those possessing a journeyman's license, and is an evening course that takes place over a year. Finally, the Electrical Technician Industrial program prepares students to apply for an electrical journeyman's license administered by the West Virginia State Fire Marshall.