What is an apprenticeship?
An Apprenticeship provides you with occupational hands-on training along with classroom instruction. This program allows you to develop your skills under the guidance of a skilled coworker. The South Central Minnesota Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the Electrical industry (SCMNJATC) hires highly skilled instructors to teach the apprenticeship classes. All instructors carry a class A journeyman, master or contractor license. You will have the opportunity to earn an Apprenticeship Certificate from the Department of Labor and Industry. This certificate is recognized by all state and federal organizations and often is compared to having a college degree.
What are the requirements to enter the program?
The majority of employers require at least a high school diploma or GED to apply for the apprenticeship program. Individuals that have some experience or technical training will have a better chance. As a reminder, future employers will most likely review your school and employment history.
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