The Phoenix Electrical JATC was originally registered with the State of Arizona in July of 1943 through a cooperative industry effort.

We are the leading source for training Apprentices and Journeymen Wiremen for the Electrical Construction Industry in Arizona.

The Apprenticeship Program is a 5 year program which incorporates 8,000 hours of on-the-job training in commercial and industrial electrical construction. Those hours compliment a standardized national curriculum of classroom training which is college 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. Semesters are 5 months long and run back to back with a 2 week break in between. Each semester is scheduled for a minimum of 90 classroom training hours, and attended once per week, which means you will be employed by a signatory employer during the day, and attend your classes on your scheduled evenings. Job placement is through the apprenticeship office during your time as an apprentice in the program.

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.

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


Labor Trustees


Dean Wine

Delbert Hawk

Stephan Cole

Carl Pollock

Management Trustees


Debra Margraf

Brian Swain

Toby Howard

Sterling Woods


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