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What is an apprentice?

An apprentice is a worker who learns a skilled trade through planned, supervised, on-the-job training and related classroom instruction.  An apprentice is a regular part of the work force and earns wages while acquiring important skills.  The length of an apprenticeship program is five years.  At the completion of the program, an apprentice becomes a journeyperson, fully qualified to perform the work of the trade and earns full pay for their skill.


How do I get selected?

The selection of apprentices is conducted by the Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC) of each trade.  These committees are staffed by member representatives of both management and labor organizations.  Each JATC seeks men and women who demonstrate the best character, aptitude, motivation, and personality traits conducive to success in their trade.  Apprenticeship candidates are considered under the equal employment opportunity guidelines.  They are required to participate in standardized testing and are personally interviewed by the JATC.  It is their goal to select candidates who demonstrate reliability and sincere desire.




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