160 hours of related training instruction per apprenticeship year
8000 hours of on-the-job training, with an electrical contractor, after 4 years (minimum 40 hours per week x 50 weeks per year).
Must score 75% or higher to advance to next level of education.
At the end of the 4 year apprenticeship, arrangements are made for the journeyman exam.
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Applicant must be at least 18 years of age
Must have valid driver license or other form of government ID
High School Diploma/GED/High School Equivalency
Social Security card or other proof of residency, if not a US citizen. DD214 form can be used in lieu of Social Security Card.
Applicant must be able to read and write English
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the trade
A current resume
Brief Interview necessary, for 1st Year Students
On Book Distribution Day (TBD) ensure that you bring the following documents, or copies of these documents. We are not able to register you without them.
Driver’s License or other Government ID
High school Diploma or GED equivalent
Social Security card or Proof of Residency for non-citizens
Bypass Exam supporting documents, if applicable
Post-Secondary Adult Vocational (PSAV) certificate, if applicable
If you qualify, and are NOT employed by an Electrical Contractor, complete the form below!
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Not employed by an Electrical Contractor (EC)?
Check the list of requirements listed ABOVE this form to ensure that you qualify for the program.
If you have all the requirements, complete this form to begin your journey.
Winter Class Schedule
Classes begin ...... TBD
Mandatory Orientation Webinar TBD
1st year Book Pick Up Day
*Bring your required documentation with you (see list above).
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