Earn as you Learn the Electrical Trade.
Apprentices attend two classes per week.
They will be either Monday & Wednesday evenings or Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from 6:30 P.M. until 9:30 P.M.
Additional Specialty Classes will be held on Saturday's.
CONSTRUCTION WIREMAN &
The Construction Wireman and Construction Electrician program, also known as the CW/CE program, is designed to provide experienced Electrical Workers with pathways into the IBEW/NECA organization by providing competitive pay and benefits based on documented and evaluated experience and knowledge/skill levels.
CW - Construction Wireman
Can enter the competency- based or hybrid apprenticeship program.
CE - Construction Electrician
Can enter the competency-base or hybrid apprenticeship program on an accelerated schedule due to prior training and experience.
The JEJATC is committed to the education of apprentices and journeymen in the organized electrical industry. That strong commitment manifests itself in quality apprenticeship and journeyman level training programs in commercial and industrial electrical technology and voice-data-video technology. Individuals participating in the various programs can receive college level credit. Beyond that, they may improve their skill level through continuing education units.. The JEJATC is state registered and VA approved apprenticeship training center committed to helping all training participants reap the rewards of their efforts by constantly updating, improving and developing state-of-the-art training programs of the highest caliber.
Qualifications for the Apprenticeship Program
An applicant must meet the following qualifications to be eligible for an interview:
A High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED) with one credit of Algebra.
18 years of age - Birth Certificate required.
Physically able to perform the work.
Possess a valid drivers license.
Must obtain a qualifying score on the Electrical Trades Aptitude Test.
Veterans must furnish us their copy of DD214 with re-enlistment code at bottom
An individual who can verify that they have worked a minimum of 2000 hours specially in the electrical construction trade.
The Registered Preapprenticeship program provides an avenue for both adults and youth who are at least 16 years old to become qualified to enter the Electrical Apprenticeship program.
After completing their programs, preapprentices may be granted preference for entry into registered apprenticeship program or Hybrid program. They may also receive credit towards the completion of their registered apprenticeship program, often shortening the program length by as much as a year.
Is a competency‐based approach, involving successful demonstration of acquired skills and knowledge by an apprentice, as verified by the program sponsor, with an on‐the‐job learning component and related technical instruction (RTI)
A hybrid approach which requires the apprentice to complete a specified minimum number of on‐the‐job‐learning hours and RTI hours to demonstrate competency in the defined subject areas.
Can enter the Electrical Apprenticeship program on an accelerated schedule due to prior training and experience
Jacksonville Apprenticeship in Electrical Training
Jacksonville Electrical JATC- Registered Electrical Apprenticeship since 1945