Edgewood University was founded in order to offer an accredited electrical apprenticeship program to the employees of Edgewood Electric, Inc.

Each person that enrolls in Edgewood University is on the path to earning a competitive salary, learning an invaluable skill and helping to Build America!

Edgewood University is accredited through the National Center for Construction Education (NCCER). The NCCER’S “Workforce Development” process of accreditation, instructor certification, registry, assessment and employee certification is a key component in the Electrical Industry’s workforce development efforts.

Edgewood University offers a comprehensive, 4-level electrical curriculum that complies with the U.S. Department of Labor time based standards for apprenticeship. After completion of this 4 year program the employee will have earned the mandatory 576 hours of education required by the State of Kentucky in order to become a licensed Edgewood Electric Journeyman  Electrician.

The Management Team at Edgewood Electric, Inc. strives to assist anyone that wants to pursue a career in the Electrical Industry and feels that Edgewood University’s stringent curriculum will prepare all Edgewood Electric employees for the demands of the construction industry.

Journeyman Electrician Certification

Becoming a journeyman electrician is an exciting and reputable career choice. 

Aerial Lift Certification

We provide a comprehensive training solution that leverages cutting edge technology and engaging course content to reduce the overall cost and complexity of safety training.

OSHA Training

We provide training and education in occupational safety and health for federal and state compliance, and for the private sector.

CPR/First Aid

This course teaches critical skills needed to respond to and manage an emergency situation, until emergency medical services arrive.

NFPA 70E / Arc Flash Training

We provide electrical safety training. Our training classes are designed especially with the end user in mind.

Lockout/Tagout Certification

Prevent injuries by controlling hazardous energy, and be able to identify the requirements and procedures for locking and tagging out machines and equipment.