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  • Apprenticeship Qualifications & Information

    Apprenticeship

    What would you rather have?

    EMPTY PROMISES

    OR

    A DEFINED PROGRAM?

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     MAKESHIFT CLASSES

    OR

    A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED CURRICULUM?

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     PROMISED RAISES THAT NEVER COME

    OR

    GUARANTEED PERIODIC ADVANCEMENT?

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      MINIMUM HEALTH CARE

    OR

    HEALTH CARE AND A GUARANTEED PENSION?

     If you’re looking for a meaningful career in the electrical construction industry – one that builds character and pride and offers a bright future – look no further than the IBEW, NECA Apprenticeship and Journeyman Training Programs.

    If the electrical construction industry IS the career you’re after, read on!

    BENEFITS OF AN IBEW APPRENTICESHIP

    ·         Safer working conditions

    ·         Learn while you earn

    ·         Pride and dignity

    ·         Excellent wages

    ·         Health and pension benefits

    ·         State-of-the-art training

    APPRENTICESHIP AGREEMENT

    Apprenticeship requires a signed agreement between you and the IBEW-NECA, which insures quality training both on the job and in the classroom. As an apprentice you literally earn while you learn. As you advance through your training, you will receive predetermined pay increases.

    In signing an apprenticeship agreement, you commit to participate in classroom related training as well as on the job training.

    THRE ARE TWO WAYS TO BECOME A PART OF IBEW LU 302’s APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM THROUGH THE INSIDE WIREMAN"S APPRENTICESHIP AND THE VDV?SOUND & COMMUNICATIONS APPRENTICESHIP. SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION.

    Call to verify information listed below!

    Contra Costa County Electrical Apprenticeship Program Applications

    APPLICATION ANNOUNCEMENT

    2016 CCC JATC Inside Wireman Apprenticeship Applications

    Applications will not be accepted this year

    Position:  

    Apprentice Electrician (Inside Wireman)

    This is a five year apprenticeship program. Apprentices work during the day and attend classes two nights per week. A Journeyman certificate is awarded upon successful completion.

    WHEN:

    Applications will not be accepted this year

    Tests: 

     Applicants meeting the minimum requirements will be scheduled for the following steps. Notification will be verbal/or by mail.  Eligibility will be determined by the Committee.

    1.     The electrical training ALLIANCE Aptitude Test (including Algebra and Function and a Reading Comprehension test) (see: www.electricaltrainingalliance.org/  website for more information)

    2.     Oral interview only if a qualifying score is achieved on the aptitude test.

    Duties:

    The Apprentice Electrician works directly under the supervision of and assists a qualified Journeyman Electrician in installing or maintaining a variety of approved wiring methods for distribution of electrical light, heat, power, radio and signaling utilization systems in existing or new buildings under construction of residential, commercial and industrial occupancies; including street and highway lighting, traffic signal and other outdoor above and below grade installations.

    Minimum Requirements:  Each applicant must:

    1. Be 18 years of age or older, with proof of identification, such as a drivers’ license or identification card issued by the D.M.V. (Must have a valid drivers’ license at time of indenture).
    2. Be a High School graduate or equivalent.
    3. Have completed one full year (2 semesters) of algebra in High School or one semester of algebra in College or Adult School with a passing grade of “C” or better.
    4. Applicants will be required to take and pass a pre-employment drug/alcohol test.
    5. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

    What to turn in on the date you make application:

    1. Proof of identification.
    2. An official sealed copy of your High School Transcripts signed by the Registrar’s Office (No Diplomas) or an official GED certificate which must include your graduation date and proof of meeting the algebra requirement. If you did not take algebra in High School, you must also provide your College or Adult School Transcripts as proof of meeting the algebra requirement. The burden of proof is the applicant’s responsibility. (Electrical Training ALLIANCE online Tech Math Course will meet the algebra requirement)  NO EXCEPTIONS.
    3. All records must be presented in English.

    You can mail or hand deliver the transcripts prior to making application to the:

    Electrical Training Center, 1255 Muir Road, Martinez, CA 94553.

    Please call IBEW Local Union 302 at 925/228-2302 if you have any questions.

    ** Unless canceled at will of the Committee for cause. Additional dates may be added.

    SOUND AND COMMUNICATION APPRENTICESHIP APPLICATIONS

    OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

    JATC Brochure




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