Electrician Apprenticeship

Trade Skills:

Electricians install electrical wiring, fixtures and electrical apparatus in buildings and in industrial settings. Electricians also install and repair instrumentation and process controls, solar and photo voltaic systems, and wind turbines. Apprentices may select to train as a residential, industrial electrician, or a voice data video technician. Classroom training develops knowledge and understanding of electrical theory and practical application of electrical work.

Length of Training:

4 year apprenticeship Inside Wireman (commercial/industrial)

Program Information:

Eligible applicants must be at least 18 years old and have a diploma or GED. Algebra proficiency is required and documented by credits in high-school or college algebra. Applicants must show two forms of state-issued ID. 

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