Are you're interested in pursing a career where you can work with your hands, encounter versatile and challenging tasks, and enjoy high compensation, and job security?
With a growing shortage of qualified electrical workers, it has never been a better time to join the electrical industry. There are plenty of job opportunities available in this high demand field.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), electricians will have a 23 percent growth rate between 2010 and 2020, which is higher than the national average!
An electrical apprentice is someone who works directly under the supervision of a licensed electrician (Journeyman or Master) in order to learn the trade through first-hand experience. The apprentice will be employed in residential, commercial, or industrial electrical work, and be required to apply for an Apprentice License, in accordance with the Department of Labor standards.
The Electrical Apprenticeship program is a 4-year program that provides training for participating companies that need qualified journey workers in the electrical industry. Apprentices must complete 160 classroom hours and 2000 OJT (on the job) training hours each year of program participation. At the end of the four years of training, apprentices can choose to earn the journeyman designation. After several more years of competent work, they can become a master electrician.
To apply you must: