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The Phoenix Electrical JATC Apprenticeship Program was originally registered with the State of Arizona in July of 1943 through a labor-management cooperative effort. We are the leading source for training Apprentices and Journeymen Inside Wiremen for the Electrical Construction Industry in Arizona today.

The Apprenticeship Program is a 5 year program that incorporates 8,000 hours of on-the-job training in commercial and industrial electrical construction, working a full-time job, earning competitive wages and benefits, and learning the trade under the direction of a Journeyman Inside Wireman. Those work hours compliment college-level classes that are credited through the American Council on Education (A.C.E.). The 5-year curriculum is accomplished in a 4 calendar-year period due to the year-round scheduling of classes. Each semester is scheduled for a minimum of 116 classroom and hands-on training hours, generally attended once per week, which means apprentices will be employed by a union-signatory employer during the day, and attend classes on scheduled evenings. The 1st year of the program is scheduled for a full 10-hour day of training, scheduled on alternating weeks. Full-time job placement with a sponsoring employer is provided through the Training Center during an apprentice's time in the program. 

Have a look around the Training Center Here: Phoenix Electrical JATC 360 Tour

Successful completion of the Phoenix Electrical JATC Apprenticeship will earn industry-recognized credentials, including an Arizona State Certificate of Apprenticeship Completion, and the Classification of Journeyman Inside Wireman through the 

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Please view the video shown below and click on the "How to Apply" tab at the top of the page to find out more information. We look forward to your success in this growing industry!

Our pledge to provide Equal Opportunity in Apprenticeship Training (click here)


Labor Trustees


Dean Wine

Delbert Hawk

Stephan Cole

Jason Dempsey

Management Trustees


Debra Margraf

Brian Swain

Chris Carrasco

Sterling Woods


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