Electrical science has seen many changes in recent years. More than in any other building trade, the technological changes that have taken place require increased knowledge and skills for construction electricians to meet the new demands.
A construction electrician lays out, assembles, installs and tests the following: electrical fixtures, control equipment and wiring used in the alarm, communication, light and power systems.
Voice-Data - Video Technician
Qualifications for Apprenticeship
- Education: High school graduates or GED® (submit copy)
- Age: 18 or high school graduate at 17, no maximum
- Industry Test
- License: Valid driver's license (submit copy)
- Application: Numbered application form for electrical industry
Length of Contract
- 5 Years of not less than 8,000 on-the-job training (OJT) hours as per Exhibit "A"
- 720 Paid-Related Instruction, (Day School) with additional night school classes as determined by the Committee
- 3 Years of not less than 4,800 on-the-job training (OJT) as per Exhibit "A"
- 432 Hours of Paid-Related Instruction, (Day School) with additional night school classes as determined by the Committee
Voice - Data - Video
- 3 Years of not less than 4,800 Hours of on-the-job training (OJT) as per Exhibit "A"
- 432 Hours of Paid-Related Instruction (Day School) with additional night school classes as determined by the Committee
All night school programs require 80% attendance, and several require a final test for credit. Night school classes will be assigned by the respective Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC).
- Apprenticeship Administrative Assistant
- (920) 498-5682 - (800) 422-NWTC, ext 5682 - email Jeanne