If you want to become an electrician you have probably done a little research in to what an electrician does. Likely, you found that electricians install electrical service in new construction in commercial and residential environments, electricians update electrical service in these environments, they repair electrical service, they add new services to existing construction, electricians maintain high voltage power plants and distributions, they work on high voltage motors and generators and they work on any equipment that requires high voltage or high tension (high amperage) 24 hour electrician.
Electricians are responsible for making sure we have power when and where we want it and that it is safe. You would not want just anyone working on the electrical service that is near your pool. You would not want just anyone installing a new outlet in your home. The risks of an accident like a fire or shock are far too great for just any do it yourselfer to work on electrical service.
To become an electrician you have to study the theory of electricity, how it works, the physics involved in electricity and how it flows, how electricity is safely carried, how to calculate loads and overcome obstacles associated with an installation and how to troubleshoot and isolate problems. Electricians have to understand the theory, as well as they know how to apply the practical side of the business. Electricians have a unique set of skills in that they need an academic level understanding of electricity and how it works as well as a craftsman’s understanding of how to install the service, bend pipe, cut and pull wire and many other mechanical aspects of installing electrical services.