How Do I Qualify?
Here Are Some Frequently Asked Questions:
What type of work is involved?
The Terre Haute Electrical JATC provides training for Inside Wiremen, Residential and potentially Telecommunications workers in the near future. Click on each classification to learn more. To learn more about the differnet classifications click on the Electrical Training Alliance Icon.
How do I apply for Apprenticeship?
Starting September 1, 2014, the application fee will be $25.00
We accept applications all year. There is a $25.00 application fee, you must be a High School graduate or have a GED, completed a year of Algebra and you must have a driver's license. Please Click on the How do I Apply Icon to see additional requirements.
What can I expect on the NJATC Aptitude Test?
Similar to taking the SAT, the test is a comprehensive exam and is not based on electrical knowledge.
Plus, you can prepare further by reviewing additional practice work through ElectricPrep.
ElectricPrep has partnered with the NJATC to offer voluntary courses to support applicants during the entrance process for the IBEW/NECA apprenticeship training program to provide a better understanding of the electrical construction industry and the requirements. Click on the ElectricPrep image for more information.
What kind of wages and benefits do I receive?
You will earn an above average starting wage that will have health insurance, pensions, overtime pay when applicable, holidays, an education paid for by the JATC, and many other benefits. As you move through each year of school, you will have more responsibilities on the job and an increase of pay. In return, you are expected to attend school two times a week in the evenings for three hours each night, complete your homework and pass your tests, show up on time, be a productive employee, work safely, pay attention, and do your BEST!
Stop in at our office located at 950 Ohio Street, Terre Haute, IN 47807 between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm, M-F. Contact us here or call us for more information.