The National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (NJATC) requires electrical apprentices to complete a structured, national curriculum. This consists of class work and paid, on-the-job training, leading to their becoming journeymen wiremen, linemen, technicians/installers, or residential wirers. All NJATC graduates have superior skills in a wide range of electrical and electronic installations, and they continue to learn as the electrical industry changes. They know how to function as part of a team to get your electrical job done right the first time, on schedule and on budget.
Related and On-the-Job (OJT) Training Hours
in IBEW-NECA Apprenticeship Programs
180 x 5 = 900 hours
Sound and Communication
160 x 3 = 480 hours
1Inside OJT: First Year = 2,000 hours; Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Years = 1,500 hours each