Applicants must fully meet the following minimum requirements
for an interview:
A) Must be at least 17 years of age at application,
18 years of age at time of selection and indenture.
B) Must be a High School Graduate or have a
G.E.D., or have a two-year Associate Degree or higher.
C) Must have completed, with a passing grade,
either one full year of High School Algebra I or one post-High
School Algebra course. We have an online course that will help meet this requirement, please contact the training center for information about the online math course.
D) Must provide an Official Transcript(s) for
High School and post-High School courses and grades.
E) Must achieve a qualifying score, “4” or
higher, on the Electrical Trade’s Aptitude test. This
test was developed by the American Institute for Research.
F) Must submit a DD-214 to verify Military Training
and/or experience if you are a Veteran and wish to receive consideration
for such training/experience.
G) Must provide evidence of having a valid
License and Birth Certificate.
H) Must be physically able to perform the essential
functions of the trade. Applicants who are selected may be required
to provide the results of a physical examination and a drug test.
I) Individuals who can verify (proper documentation
required) that they have worked a minimum of (4,000) hours specifically
in the Electrical Construction trade, do not need to meet the
requirements of items (B) and (C).
J) Individuals who have worked a minimum of
(4,500) hours as a Residential Wireman under an IBEW/NECA Local
Collective Bargaining Agreement (proper documentation required),
do not need to meet the requirements of items (B) and (C).
K) Individuals who have completed at least 3
years of Related Instruction and 4,500 hours of OJT as indentured
apprentices in a properly registered Electrical Construction
Apprenticeship Program not sponsored by IBEW/NECA (proper documentation
required), do not need to meet the requirements of items (B)
The J.A.T.C. Committee will interview each applicant who meets all the above
basic requirements. Interview notices will be sent to the address shown on the
application unless this office is notified of a change of address. Applicants
will be selected as Apprentices in order of their ranking resulting from the
rating of the interviews and their aptitude test score. Applicants not selected
will be placed on a 2-year book according to their interview scores.
Applicants selected to enter the new Apprenticeship class, WILL BE REQUIRED
TO SUPPLY A RECORD SHOWING NEGATIVE RESULTS OF A DRUG AND/OR ALCOHOL ABUSE TEST
AT THE TIME AND PLACE DESIGNATED BY THE J.A.T.C. COMMITTEE.
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