Electrical Construction Technology - Faculty

Brian Kircher
Construction Electrician Instructor

BKircher@sctcc.edu
(320) 308-0901

Office: 1-386
Brian Kircher, Construction Electrician  Instructor Brian is a 1994 graduate of the SCTCC electrical program. He has been teaching in the SCTCC electrical program since the fall of 2004.

Brian is authorized to teach OSHA and continuing education for electricians.

Spring 2018 Courses:
A.C. Motor Control II, Industrial Systems, National Electrical Code IV

Summer 2018 Courses:
Safety, Certifications and Skills

Fall 2018 Courses:
Commercial Lighting, National Electrical Code III, Transformers, Three Phase Systems, and Formulas

Robert Mergen
Construction Electrician Instructor

bmergen@sctcc.edu
(320) 308-5902

Office: 1-386
Robert Mergen, Construction Electrician Instructor Bob is a Minnesota Master Electrician and Electrical Contractor. He currently works in the field as an electrician and works for various contractors as a bidder/estimator.

He is a graduate of St. Cloud State University, College of Education.

Spring 2018 Courses:
Electric Heat, Wiring and Materials II

Summer 2018 Courses:
Electrical Internship, Safety, Certifications and Skills

Fall 2018 Courses:
Drafting Blueprint Reading and Specification, Wiring and Materials I

Alcuin Raeker
Construction Electrician Instructor

ARaeker@sctcc.edu
(320) 308-5902

Office: 1-386
Alcuin Raeker, Construction Electrician  Instructor ...

Spring 2018 Courses:
Applied Electrical Principles & A.C. Fund., Industry Skills Development, National Electrical Code II

Summer 2018 Courses:
Safety, Certifications and Skills

Fall 2018 Courses:
Applied Electrical Principles & Formulas, Industry Skills Development, National Electrical Code I

Mark Thoma
Construction Electrician Instructor

MThoma@sctcc.edu
(320) 308-5094


Mark is a Minnesota Class "A" Master Electrician and has been working in the field as an electrician since 2000. He is a licensed electrical contractor in Minnesota and south Dakota.

He is a graduate of Fergus Falls Community College with an associate of arts degree and received his Electrical Construction Technology degree from SCTCC.

Spring 2018 Courses:
Industrial Systems, Low Voltage Systems, Residential Wiring II, Solid State & PLC Controls

Summer 2018 Courses:
Safety, Certifications and Skills

Fall 2018 Courses:
AC Motor Control I, Commercial Wiring, Residential Wiring I