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Construction Craft Skilled Laborers work in a high-performance industry. To succeed in this industry you will need to learn competencies in managing and understanding resources, information, technology, systems, and interpersonal relations. The MTECH Construction Craft Skilled Laborer Apprenticeship Program will help you learn to prepare sites, use tools, run machinery, and use materials with a focus on safety.
This Apprenticeship Program is for students who have employment with a construction firm that is a member of the Associated General Contractors of Utah. Students learn on the job with their employer and attend classes taught by industry professionals to learn theory and hands-on application. This training is held four weeks a year, for two years.
Upon completion of this apprenticeship program, you will receive a nationally recognized Construction Craft Skilled Laborer Journeyman Certificate from the Department of Labor / Office of Apprenticeship.
Adults only. High School students are not eligible to register for this program.
Students must register through AGC by contacting:
|SECTION||CAMPUS||ROOM #||START DATE||END DATE||START TIME||END TIME||DAYS|
Total hours: 240
|Course Name||Course Description||Course Hours||Tuition ($2.10/hour)||Course Fees|
|AGC of Utah Skilled Craft Laborer Level 1||120||$252.00||$90.00|
|AGC of Utah Skilled Craft Laborer Level 2||120||$252.00||$50.00|
|Industry Exam Fee:||$0.00|
|Required Materials||Quantity||Notes (ISBN numbers, etc)||Cost|
|AGC of Utah Skilled Craft Laborer Level 1||1||ISBN – 9781323720844||$135.62|
|Laborer Apprentices Level 2 (2nd Edition)||1||ISBN – 9780137109272||$148.22|
|Core Curriculum: Introductory Craft Skills||1||ISBN – 9780134130989||$77.32|
|Total Cost of Required Materials||$361.16|
At MTECH, you will join an exclusive group of graduates who benefit from a commitment to excellence shared by everyone at the school. From instructors who deliver a relevant, industry-driven curriculum to academic and career counselors focused on ensuring you have the tools you need to succeed, we all share the same goal: your success as a student.
No. Students are responsible for acquiring employment within the industry. The MTECH Student Job Board and the Department of Workforce Services are great employment resources.
You can enroll in the program without being employed within the plumbing industry. However, if not employed in the industry, you must wait until 2 days prior to the start of class to enroll in an evening class. You are expected to be employed within the industry by the start of your 2nd year in the program. Our daytime plumbing classes are open to high school Seniors and adults who are not yet employed in the industry. You must complete all admissions requirements.