The Premier South Jersey Electric School
I Who We Are
SJ Technical Training takes a new approach to teaching students the electrical trade. The courses offered will feature a combination of traditional book work as well as a hands-on workshop taught by a licensed electrician who is currently working in the electrical industry.
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About the Lead Instructor
Andrew Pate is a graduate of Salem County Vo-Tech. He started his career in the electrical field in 2013, working with Eric Krise Electrical Contractor in Elmer, NJ. After a year of learning, combined with a passion for growth, he was promoted to the position of foreman, where he oversaw multiple projects. As he continued to develop as an electrician, he was promoted two years later to an estimator. This led to Andrew seeing the field in an entirely different perspective, where he gained a new mindset for the trade. Andrew sees the demand for true, common sense education and the need for a path for people who want the extra edge to put themselves at the top of their industry.
About our OSHA-Authorized Instructor
Rob Cutler is a dedicated Human Resources and certified OSHA Instructor bringing 19 years of expertise in Human Resource, instructing, leadership, management, benefits administration, recruitment and staff development. Talented in bridging gaps between labor forces and management to achieve objectives. Driven and decisive with passion for building and retaining highly effective teams.
I ABOUT OUR FACILITY
Our combined classroom and hands-on space totals to 5,203 Sq Ft. Training is conducted in a classroom setting as well as in a hands-on work shop area. There is also an outdoor project area for learning to work in the elements and how to handle situations in the “real environment” Our classroom and workshops are equipped with the appropriate equipment to proficiently train students in Residential wiring. All special tools and equipment are provided by SJ Technical Training during the students training. Classroom and workshops never exceed a 15:1 ratio.