Apprenticeship at the Electrical Training Alliance of Jacksonville
Jacksonville Electrical JATC - Registered Electrical Apprenticeship since 1945
What is Apprenticeship Training?
At the completion of our 5 year Apprenticeship - Graduates will receive 30 credits toward a AS degree in Industrial Management Technology at Florida State College of Jacksonville and/or 43 credits at Valdosta State University toward a BS degree in Workforce Training and Development!
There will be an Opportunity to complete the degree in your last year of our program.
Hands on Learning Opportunities
Are you about to graduate high school and have not decided on what you want to do when you get out? One option is to apply to become a student in the Electrical Training Alliance of Jacksonville. Our program offers structured class room and on-line training along with on-the- job training so that you can “Earn While You Learn.”
First Year Apprentice..............$16.16/hr.
Second Year Apprentice.........$17.77/hr.
Third Year Apprentice.............$19.39/hr.
Fourth Year Apprentice..........$22.62/hr.
Fifth Year Apprentice..............$25.85./hr.
This is specialized Training that will prepare you for a career as an electrician. Educational topics offered in our apprenticeship program include Safety, Electrical Codes, Best Practices, Installation Skills, Theory, Tools, Material and Equipment.
Earn a College Degree
without College Debt!
EARN WHILE YOU LEARN
What Do Electrical Workers Do?
There are many areas where you will find electrical professionals including telephone & computer infrastructure, audio-visual installation, security cameras and access control systems, fire alarm, electrical facility maintenance, electrical construction and service at industrial sites, hospitals, airports, offices, stadiums, data centers, roadways, and any other number of businesses and homes. Basically, electrical professionals install, provide and maintain the backbone of your power and information system’s needs.
Our goal is to provide the Electrical Construction Industry with the highest trained and skilled workforce possible. While direct training occurs through local training programs, the Electrical Training Alliance develops enhanced national education standards to meet the competitive challenges of today’s global market economy. In addition to receiving skill training on the job, each student is provided with trade-related classroom training that produces confidence and pride that leads to true craftsmanship. Classes with hands-on training are conducted to support classroom lectures and discussions.
Once accepted into our program, apprentices will gain 5 years of on-the-job experience. Our apprentices become industry certified per OSHA standards, learn the latest advancements in electrical construction technology and are committed to service excellence.
You will be given the opportunity to put what you learned in the classroom into action on the jobsite. If you are accepted into the program, you will be placed with a member contractor who will employ you and send you to a job site to learn from veteran electricians.