This research study was focused on the planning development and evaluation of a motor control trainer in order to ensure more effective teaching and learning for Industrial Electricity in the Ifugao College of Arts and Trades, Lagawe, Ifugao. Specifically, it sought to assess how the students, technology teachers and industrial electricity practitioners evaluate the acceptability of the developed Motor Control Trainer as instructional device in teaching Industrial Electricity in terms of its design and functionality. The descriptive method of research was used in this study in order to determine the acceptability of the developed Motor Control Trainer. It utilized a 4-point Likert-type questionnaire in order to gather the data needed in this study. The mean and t-test for independent samples were used as statistical tool to treat the data gathered and to test the hypothesis posted in this study. It was concluded that the developed Motor Control Trainer is highly acceptable instructional device in teaching Industrial Electricity in terms of its design and functionality.