A Day in the Life of an IBEW Apprentice
Abundant opportunities are available in the electrical industry for those who have the right attitude, work hard and apply the knowledge they have gained through education. To become the best at your craft, one can not count on what you learned solely from on the job training.
The electrical trade is highly technical, physically demanding and highly rewarding both in wages and in a feeling of self accomplishment. The electrical industry is constantly changing with advancements in techniques, products and innovation. Today’s Electrical professionals use their knowledge, skills and abilities to succeed in this competitive and challenging career. The construction inside wireman and tele-data apprenticeship programs are true apprenticeships in every sense of the word.
Our programs consist of two parts:
First, every apprentice is assigned to an electrical contractor and works 40 hours a week learning the trade on the job, under the supervision of a foreman and working alongside seasoned journeymen wiremen or tele-data technicians. You will be paid an excellent wage and receive benefits while you learn on the job.
The second part of the program consists of classroom theory from September to June, two nights per week (Mondays & Wednesday from 6 to 9 pm) at our training center. Along with classroom study, students also take part in hands-on learning labs, learning proper procedures for installing and maintaining equipment such as fire alarm, electric motors, transformers, motor controls, conduit bending, wiring methods, security, voice data, and more.
After five years of comprehensive training for inside wireman, or three years for tele-data technicians, apprentices graduate to journeyman/technician status and enjoy the many opportunities this industry has to offer.
We want the best applicants…those with good work ethic, good attitude, a willingness to learn and a commitment to succeed. If you have those qualities come apply!!
4 main steps involved in the selection procedure
NJATC Tech Math Course: http://www.njatc.utk.edu/
This course will satisfy the algebra requirement for applicants.
If you want to learn the electrical trade from the best in a college accredited program at NO cost to you, this is the only place to do it!
Inside Wireman Job Description
Installer Technician Job Description
Electric Prephas partnered with the NJATC to offer voluntary courses to support applicants during the entrance process for the IBEW/NECA apprenticeship training program to provide a better understanding of the electrical construction industry and the requirements.Click on the logo above for more information.