What Is An Electrical Apprentice?
An electrical apprentice works directly under the supervision of a qualified Journeyman Electrician in installing or maintaining a variety of approved wiring methods for distribution of electrical light, heat, power, radio, and signaling utilization systems. The electrician may be employed doing residential, commercial, or industrial electrical work. The job also requires considerable physical effort on the part of the apprentice.
The Electrical Apprenticeship program is a 4 year program that provides training for participating companies that need qualified journeyworkers in the electrical industry. Apprentices will receive training and a Apprentice License, in accordance with the Department of Labor standards.
The applicant must be 18 years of age and be employed with a qualified electrical contractor in the state of Arkansas.
The program is 4 years. 2,000 On the Job Hours (OTJ) & 160 classroom hours per year.
For more information about the Electrical Apprenticeship programs please contact:
Vickie Harrison at 501-760-4135 or
Cole Reed at 501-760-4393
Below are necessary applications for registration to the program. These applications must be returned to our Community & Corporate Training Center located at 109 Mid-America Blvd.