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They use different types of hand and power tools, such as pipe benders, to run and protect wiring. Many electricians work independently, but sometimes they collaborate with others. For example, experienced electricians may work with building engineers and architects to help design electrical systems in new construction. Some electricians also may consult with other construction specialists to help install or maintain electrical or power systems. At larger companies, electricians are more likely to work as part of a crew; they may direct helpers and apprentices to complete jobs.
This program will satisfy the educational requirements to take the State Journeyman Exam. MTECH’s Apprenticeship Programs are composed of two parts: (1) on-the-job training and (2) classroom instruction. The onthe-job training is provided by an outside sponsor (employer) who exposes the apprentice to practical applications in all areas of a chosen trade. The classroom related instruction is an organized form of instruction, designed to provide the apprentice with knowledge of the theoretical and technical aspects of his or her trade. Classroom related instruction will be held at one of MTECH’s Campuses.
- MTECH Program Certificate in Electrical Apprenticeship
- Utah Division of Professional Licensing (DOPL) Journeyman Electrician Licensure
- United States Department of Labor Apprenticeship USA Federal Work Credential
- Utah Division of Professional Licensing (DOPL) Residential Electrician Licensure
- Completion of the MTECH Electrical Apprenticeship Program and Utah State Journeyman Licensure allows students to apply for transfer credit towards an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in an Apprenticeship Electrical Independent Technology Degree, at Salt Lake Community College (SLCC).
- High school seniors are eligible to register for the 1A and 1B sessions
- In addition to the Accuplacer for Math, students must take and pass the Career Ready Reading Assessment.
- The Accuplacer Math Assessment must be taken before registering for the first year apprenticeship session.
- To waive the Math for the Trades course, the student must provide MTECH with a transcript showing a C+ grade or better in an Algebra I course within the last two years.
- If the student receives a score below 70 on the Accuplacer Math Assessment Test, the student will be required to take and pass the Math for the Trades course with a C+ or higher.
- It is strongly recommended to register early due to a high volume of students registering with a limited number of seats.
- Students must work at least part-time for an electrical company, and be supervised by a Master or Journeyman Electrician. However, unemployed first year students may register for courses if there is space available.
- All employed students must register with the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing.
- All employed high school students must also register with the United States Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship.
- Students must complete the previous Electrical course with a C+ grade or higher and pass the Competency Exam with a score of 75% or higher to advance to the next course.
|Session||Location||Start Date||End Date||Start Time||End Time||Days|
|Fall Session Schedule 1 (1A, 2A, 3A, 4A)||Orem||8/20/2018||12/10/2018||6:00 PM||9:00 PM||M,W|
|Fall Session Schedule 2 (1A, 2A, 3A, 4A)||Orem||8/21/2018||12/11/2018||6:00 PM||9:00 PM||T,H|
|Spring Session Schedule 1 (1B, 2B, 3B, 4B)||Orem||1/14/2019||5/6/2019||6:00 PM||9:00 PM||M,W|
|Spring Session Schedule 2 (1B, 2B, 3B, 4B)||Orem||1/15/2019||5/7/2019||6:00 PM||9:00 PM||T,TH|
|Spring Offset Session 1A||Orem||1/8/2019||3/19/2019||6:00 PM||9:00 PM||T,W,TH|
|Spring Offset Session 1B||Orem||3/26/2019||6/4/2019||6:00 PM||9:00 PM||T,W,TH|
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