APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS: Apprenticeship programs are available in the following areas:
Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Cook Electrician Plumber
Powerhouse Teacher Assistant Welder
As part of an apprenticeship program, participants receive 7.0 hours daily of on-the-job training plus a minimum of 144 hours of related course work per year. Completion of a course entitles you to a certificate from the U.S. Department of Labor. Apprentices sign a written formal agreement with the U.S. Department of Labor before being indentured into the program. You should have at least one (1) year left in the institution, possess a high school diploma or GED certificate, and have worked at least sixty (60) days in the program for which they are applying, to be enrolled in an apprenticeship program. Further information may be obtained from your Educational Representative or Supervisor of Education.