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    Electrical Unions / Apprenticeship Discussion

    Applying at the local union hall for inside wireman is an excellent gateway into the electrical testing industry. The JATC program is free, there is no tuition for students, just pay for the books.

    This section is reserved for members to post questions and share their experience about the electrical union. This is not a section for union/non-union contractor debates or bashing. Please keep all posts clean and professional.

    Anyone interested in joining the inside wireman local apprenticeship program should give a call to the local union in their jurisdiction and fill out the application. It's a 5 year program, 2 nights a week, with summers off. By the end you have 2,000 hrs classroom training and around 10,000 hrs of on the job experience. By the end of the apprenticeship you can take your state license exam.

    Click here to learn more about the IBEW apprenticeship program

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