IBEW

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Beaver, Pennsylvania



IBEW LOCAL 712



NATIONALLY ACCLAIMED APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING PROGRAM

The Western Central Pennsylvania Electricians' Training Center


WHAT IS THE IBEW APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM?

The IBEW electrical apprenticeship is a joint program between the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA).


Apprenticeship programs are designed to have students work and go to school at the same time. This allows students to make a living, gain valuable on-the-job experience, and complete the education requirements needed to become a licensed electrician.


WHY IS OURS A NATIONALLY ACCLAIMED APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM?​​​​​​​


Once accepted to the program, you will attend both classroom instruction as well as become enrolled in an apprenticeship program where you will work one-on-one with some of the top union journeymen in the electrical industry.


You will be challenged on many levels. Becoming an electrician requires a great deal of knowledge and skill in the field as well as learning to conduct yourself in a professional manner on every job you encounter. Most importantly, You must become completely proficient in all of the safety issues that electricians confront on a daily basis. The JATC will provide you with all the tools you need to accomplish this and become a success (scroll to next section, 'How Do I apply")

The Electrical Training Alliance is a nationally recognized program that produces highly qualified electricians who get the job done right the first time. Our electricians take great pride and dignity in their work and that is why so many companies across the country prefer to hire electricians with a degree. This training program was created to blend classroom and online learning together to improve the experience for all IBEW apprenticeships.


The goal of the Electrical Training Alliance is to provide the Electrical Construction Industry with the most highly trained and skilled workforce possible. While direct training occurs through local training programs, the electrical training ALLIANCE develops enhanced education standards to meet the competitive challenges of today's global market economy.


A classroom education can’t teach you everything. But by joining an apprenticeship you’re going to “earn as you learn” through on-the-job-training (OJT). In addition to OJT, you’ll receive hands-on training in a classroom environment similar to daily work situations.


HOW DO I APPLY?

To get started at Local 712, contact the Western Central Pennsylvania - Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC).


The Western Central Pennsylvania Electricians' Training Center
217 Sassafras Lane
Beaver, PA 15009
Office Phone: 724-775-6920


WCPA JATC is a non-profit organization jointly sponsored by the Western Pennsylvania Chapter of NECA (National Electrical Contractors Association) - Beaver Division and IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) Local Union 712. True apprenticeship training consists of two components. One component is classroom instruction. This is conducted at the Western Central Pennsylvania Electricians' Training Center. The other component is on-the-job training which is provided by Local 712's Electrical Contractors.


Call today for complete details, and to see if you qualify.

By clcking any of the links above, you are now leaving IBEW Local Union 712’s website and are going to a website that is not operated by the Local Union. We are not responsible for the content or availability of linked sites.