Electricians are going into training to be certified to become electricians, according to the state of New Jersey.
The program was created in 2018 to attract the skilled workforce to the New Jersey economy, which is looking for skilled workers.
The certification program is expected to help workers earn the skills they need to perform their jobs safely and efficiently.
The electrician program was launched in 2018 by the Department of Motor Vehicles, and is expected soon to expand to other agencies and businesses in the state, the Department said in a statement.
The department says electricians can also assist with inspections and other work-related tasks that are normally handled by workers who are certified, the statement said.
The program is designed to help train electricians to become certified electricians.
The department said the program will provide qualified individuals with an understanding of the electrician field, the duties and responsibilities of electricians and the electricians training and certification requirements.
The Department of Natural Resources will administer the program and pay for all electrician related equipment, training and licensing.
The state is also looking to expand the program to other industries.