ELECTRICAL APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM
SPARK A BRIGHT FUTURE WITH ELECTRICIAN TRAINING
The Electrical Apprenticeship program prepares students for employment as trained, licensed journeyman electricians. Students who complete the program earn a Certificate of Completion in Electrical Apprenticeship. Upon completion students are also eligible to sit for the Journeyman's License test. Pursue electrician training from CTAE to take advantage of the excellent career opportunities for journeyman electricians!
ELECTRICIAN CAREER PROGRAM OVERVIEW
The Electrical Apprenticeship program includes both classroom and field electrician training, including human relations and employability skills, safe and efficient work practices, direct and alternating current, applied electricity mathematics, electric codes, residential wiring, commercial wiring, industrial wiring, transformers, AC/DC rotating equipment, electrical controls, logic circuits and electronics and more. Students work 40 hours per week for an electrical contractor to gain hands-on, practical experience and spend an additional 6 hours each week in classroom instruction.
Approximate completion time is four years.
Students must have a regular high school diploma or GED, a valid Florida Drivers License, be at least 18 years of age, meet basic skills requirements, provide a resume of work experience, be drug free and be hired by a local electrical contractor. Enrollment is competitive and limited. Prospective students must apply to this program by August 1.
Contact Gary Crandon, Electrical Apprenticeship Coordinator, at 873-8400 for application information.
Prospective students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine financial aid eligibility. For more information contact Bille Strodl, Financial Aid Officer at CTAE, by phone at 671-7200 or via email at Billie.Strodl@marion.k12.fl.us.