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TUCSON ELECTRICAL JOINT
APPRENTICESHIP & TRAINING PROGRAM

The Tucson Electrical Joint Apprenticeship & Training Program
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About

Tucson Electrical JATC

About Tucson Electrical JATCSouthern Arizona National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the Local 570 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) jointly sponsor the Tucson Electrical Apprenticeship & Training Program (JATC).

How long is the program?

Five years.

What is the expected work and on-the-job training schedule for apprentices?

Apprentices will work in the field 40 hours/week. On-the-job training totals 8,000 hours (when work is available and our contractors call for apprentices).

How many classroom hours must be completed?

A total of 900 hours of related classroom instruction is required. Classes will be held two nights per week for three hours (Mon/Wed or Tues/Thurs).

What are the tuition costs?

Currently, there is no tuition cost. However, apprentices must pay for their own books, which cost an average of $500/year.

What is the pay?

Starting pay for an apprentice is 50% of Journeyman Wireman pay. Pay upgrades are granted when school hours and on-the-job training hours are completed for that period.

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