Among the things that I do, I teach entry level; usually guys who are thinking about electric as a job choice. Yes, some are also homeowners.
A few think that "Basic Wiring" (ET101) will make them capable of wiring a house, or more.
I teach at a County Vo-Tech; (Adult Ed
part time, 1 or 2 nights a week. You should check with the local county/city Vo_tech Schools in your area to see if they have an Electrical Trades Course available. AND get a entry level job with a local EC to see if it's what you thought it was.
"ON THE JOB", and experience is a great teacher. "Private" Trade Schools around here are $$$$$$$$$.
My first night class explains the facts of the trade; what it entails, working conditions, etc.
The tuition at Vo-Tech is $110 to $125 a semester (13 nights) and the course is about 14 semesters if you only go 1 night a week. Most guys do 2 nights; some do 4 nights.
If you need any other info; my e-mail is in my profile at this site.