The Pre-Apprenticeship Program provides 300 hours (10 Weeks) of training that includes Classroom Instruction in Academics, Computer Skills and On-The-Job Training Experiences. During the period of enrollment, participants are exposed to both Academic and Job-Related aspects of the Electrical Construction Industry's Registered Apprenticeship Program.
There are Three Principal areas of focus:
1.) Fundamental Training-To improve study skills, literacy and proficiency, work and life skills.
2.) Qualification Training-To improve skills and experiences that will lead to obtaining a spot as an apprentice in an Electrical Training Alliance JATC.**This program Does Not Guarantee a Spot**
There is an emphasis also placed on Reading and Comprehension, Math Skills, Computer Skills, Introductory Electrical Related Theory and Safety.
Classes are designed to:
A.) Enhance and refresh learning already accomplished or learning needed to apply for the Registered Apprenticeship Program.
B.) To increase knowledge of Electrical Industry.
C.) To develop the skills needed for successful completion of the Pre-Apprenticeship Training.
D.) To increase the likelihood of the participant to be accepted into the Registered Electrical Apprenticeship Program and to maintain the ability to remain a Registered Apprentice in good standings.
**No Start Up Fees, Stipend Payment, College Credits, Boot Vouchers, Books loaned until completion of the program, Tools loaned until completion of the program, OSHA 10 Card and First Aid/CPR Certified**