Demand for apprentice electricians is increasing!
The Bureau of Labor Statistics also predicts that the demand for qualified electricians will be critical in the next ten years. They expect more than 114,700 new electrician jobs to be created over this time period, which is a 20% increase! Based on their analysis of the growth of various industries and professions, this is a significantly higher growth rate as compared to other industries.
Earn as you learn as an Apprentice
The Electrical Association apprentice program offers a unique training program that allows students to earn a wage while you learn. The program is accompanied on the job training along with the online electrical certification training.
Apprentices say they like the Electrical Association's (EA) online classes because...
- No travel time means less money on gas and less time on the road.
- More knowledge makes it easier to do things right and to work faster.
The four year apprentice training classes were designed by electricians and industry leaders to train electrical apprentices. Electrical apprentice training classes are designed to teach the theory and code that every electrician must know. After completing an apprenticeship program, the worker's journey-level status provides an additional benefit of nationwide mobility at journey-level scale.
Accepted by Minnesota for a minimum of 144 hours of related training for apprentices.
Your Competition is Training their Employees...Can You Afford Not To Train Yours?
- Invest in the future of your business
- Invest in training
- Make your employees more productive right away
- Increase job satisfaction
- Learn new technology
What People are Saying...
"Employees enjoy learning at their own pace while using a structured, understandable curriculum."
- Kenny Javens, Javens Electric, Inc.
"It has vastly improved our ability to hire inexperienced people and train them to be skilled electricians."
–Tom Kopperud, Norman's Electric Service, Inc.
"This course helps us attract employees and improve their standard of living through good paying jobs and a sense of accomplishment."
–Jim Grant, Jim's Electric Company