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Electrician Schools In Idaho



College of Eastern Idaho

Type: 2 Year College or Certificate Program
Enrollment: 1,803
Housing: No
Graduation Rate: 56%
Average Net Price: $7,079
Job Placement: Yes
Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

College of Southern Idaho

Type: 4 Year College or Certificate Program or Online Career Training Program
Enrollment: 7,321
Housing: Yes
Graduation Rate: 26%
Average Net Price: $5,695
Job Placement: Yes
Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

College of Western Idaho

Type: 2 Year College or Certificate Program
Enrollment: 10,200
Housing: No
Graduation Rate: 23%
Average Net Price: $7,167
Job Placement: Yes
Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

Idaho State University

Type: 4 Year College or Certificate Program
Enrollment: 11,766
Housing: Yes
Graduation Rate: 34%
Average Net Price: $12,999
Job Placement: Yes
Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

North Idaho College

Type: 2 Year College or Certificate Program
Enrollment: 4,737
Housing: Yes
Graduation Rate: 28%
Average Net Price: $7,063
Job Placement: Yes
Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

Idaho Electrician Salaries

Electrician salaries in Idaho will be dependent on your level of experience as well as the type of electrical work you are interested in doing. As per the Bureau of Labor Statistics the median wages are noted below.

A median wage means that half of the electricians in the state will earn more than that amount and half will earn less.

State Median Annual Salary:
$51,570
State Median Hourly Salary
$24.79

How To Choose The Right Electrician School In Idaho

When evaluating the options for school to learn electrical repair and installation, there are a few things you should really think about. Below is some basic information for you that is important in your decision.

Use this list as a guide to assist you in making the best school choice for your personality and needs.

  • Do you prefer an urban or country vibe?
  • Will you need financial aid, scholarships, or can you pay in full?
  • Do you have the desire to stay on a campus or do you want to commute?
  • Will you be going part time or full time?
  • Do you know what kind of electrical work you are interested in doing?
  • Would you be interested in a 2 year degree or just want a certificate program?
  • Will you need help with job placement?

Each school is unique in some way, so knowing the answers to these questions can help you pick a school that you will be comfortable in and that can meet your unique needs.

So, if you are ready to kick off your electrical career in Idaho, then get in touch with a school and get started on your journey!

All the information provided here is updated annually.

Frequently Asked Questions

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