Apprenticeship at the Electrical Training Alliance of Jacksonville
Jacksonville Electrical JATC - Registered Electrical Apprenticeship since 1945
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
The Construction Wireman and Construction Electrician program, also known as the CWCE program, is designed to provide experienced Electrical Workers with pathways into the IBEW/NECA (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and National Electrical Contractors Association) organization by providing competitive pay and benefits based on documented and evaluated experience and knowledge/skill levels.
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)