Continuous Training For All

Level Up Your Fleet

Give each of your techs access to knowledge while they’re honing their skills in the field.

Knowledge + Skill + Time = Greatness

Everyone knows there’s no replacement for field experience.  However, only the best electricians understand the impact of education beyond the field. To truly be one of the best you must constantly seek out knowledge and apply it to the field.

Our Learning System

How It Works

issue training

Decide what content to issue to your techs based on what they need to know.

Monitor Progress

Admin access allows the business staff to see their techs' progress.

ensure compliance

Gain insights into who's taking their education seriously to identify key players.

Our 9 Pillar System

What's inside

Our goal is to take great electricians and make them the best electricians in the industry. We believe there are 9 pillars of knowledge and skill that a person must possess to be a truly great electrician. Our learning system is a packed content library with videos that fall into these 9 categories: 

Learn how to wire rooms and environments such as residential, commercial, and industrial buildings and equipment.
Watch videos on how to install devices and equipment, hook up transformers, install breakers, EV chargers, UPS, generators and much more.
Electricians constantly come across problems with electrical systems. Understanding how to troubleshoot will make you an outstanding electrician.
Learn about electrical theory, from the basics of atoms and charges, to more advanced understandings of dirty power and harmonics.
See how codes apply to real-world scenarios and study code as it is meant to be studied, practically, on the job, as situations arise.
Learn about the dangers associated with working with electricity, live circuits, and how to protect yourself from hazards while on the job.
Find out what types of tools are used to do electrical work. Dive into videos about how and when to use them so you're prepared for field work.
Discover all of the various materials electricians use to install wiring systems. Find out how to use them together, and watch them be installed.
Discover techniques for managing people and jobs as you climb the ranks. Learn how to run jobs and deal with people effectively.

content library

Our content library has hundreds of videos that can be used for training, meetings, or deeper learning in the trade. This library is updated constantly with fresh content so as the library grows there are always new things to learn and teach. Below are some examples of content from our library:

Conductor Sizing

Using tables and codes in the National Electrical Code to correctly size conductors for specific applications.

Conduit Fill

Using tables and codes in the National Electrical Code to correctly determine how many conductors can be installed in a conduit.

How does a person get shocked?

Understand the theory of potential difference and current flow, and how it relates to skin resistance.

Wiring Electrical Panels

Watch methods of wiring electrical panels in residential and commercial settings so your techs become proficient in clean, code-compliant installs.

How to Use a Multimeter

Understand what is being tested, what the values actually mean, and how to use collected information to make informed decisions about what is going on in a circuit.

Calculating Voltage Drop

Learn the methods used to calculate DC, Single-Phase AC, and Three-Phase AC Voltage Drop in electrical circuits. 

Tiered Pricing for All Organizations


Our learning system is based on the number of technicians you need to access the system. The pricing below is the price per seat. We offer a tiered pricing system that scales with the size of your business.

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The 9 Pillar System of Electrician U is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of electricians, aiming to elevate them to the highest industry standards. Here’s a breakdown of each pillar and its importance:

  1. Wiring: Essential for understanding how to wire various environments like residential, commercial, and industrial spaces. Proficiency in wiring is fundamental for any electrician.

  2. Installation: Covers the installation of various devices and equipment. This skill is crucial for electricians to efficiently and safely install essential components like breakers, transformers, and more.

  3. Troubleshooting: Electricians often encounter system issues. The ability to troubleshoot effectively is key to resolving problems quickly and maintaining system integrity.

  4. Theory: Understanding electrical theory, from basic concepts to advanced topics, is vital for a deep comprehension of how electrical systems work.

  5. Code: Knowledge of electrical codes and their practical application is necessary for compliance and safety in electrical work.

  6. Safety: Emphasizes the importance of safe practices while working with electricity and live circuits, a critical aspect of an electrician’s job to prevent accidents.

  7. Tools: Familiarity with various tools and their proper usage is essential for efficient and safe electrical work.

  8. Materials: Understanding different materials used in electrical installations and how to use them in conjunction is crucial for quality workmanship.

  9. Leadership: As electricians advance in their careers, leadership skills become important for managing teams and projects effectively.

Each of these pillars encompasses a critical aspect of electrical work, ensuring that electricians are well-rounded, skilled, and knowledgeable professionals capable of excelling in the industry

The content is continuously updated to stay relevant with the latest advancements and regulatory guidelines in the electrical industry. We add new videos every month so the library will continue to grow over time. We also update code content every 3 years when a new code cycle changes.

The library contains a vast array of content, including hundreds of video tutorials on various topics such as installation methods, troubleshooting, safety, code, theory, and more​​. Some examples are:

  • What is electricity?
  • AC Theory
  • Series and Parallel Circuits
  • Ohm’s Law Calculations
  • Conductor Sizing
  • Conduit Fill
  • Voltage Drop
  • Box Fill
  • Service Calculations
  • How to Use a Multimeter
  • Securing and Strappinig NM Cable (Romex)
  • Troubleshooting Receptacles
  • How to Tell if a Breaker is Bad
  • How to Install a Surge Protector
  • How to Wire a Panel
  • Where to Install AFCI, GFCI, and DF Breakers
  • Grounding and Bonding at Services
  • And much, much more

Yes, there are licensing options available for integrating Electrician U’s content into an existing LMS, with pricing starting at $4,000 per month.

Business owners can use a dedicated dashboard to monitor their employees’ progress, identify areas of improvement, and make informed decisions regarding promotions, deficiencies, and pay raises.

Yes, the learning system is designed for accessibility on various devices, including desktop computers, mobile phones, and tablets​.

The Electrician U learning system is designed to scale effectively with your company’s growth, as evidenced by its tiered pricing structure:

  1. Small to Medium Businesses (5-99 Employees): At $29/seat per month, it’s cost-effective for smaller teams, ensuring that even companies with fewer employees can access high-quality training.

  2. Medium to Large Businesses (100-499 Employees): The price drops to $24/seat per month, making it more affordable as your workforce grows. This tier accommodates a significant increase in employee numbers while keeping training costs manageable.

  3. Large Enterprises (500+ Employees): At this scale, the cost is further reduced to $19/seat per month. This pricing tier demonstrates the system’s ability to provide training solutions for large enterprises at a reduced per-employee cost, making it financially feasible to train a vast workforce.

Yes, we are always looking for ideas for new content.  We want this platform to serve your needs, so we frequently ask for feedback from the community on what new videos they’d like to see. Feedback can be given at