What is an apprenticeship?
Apprenticeships provide paid on the job and classroom learning opportunities. Apprenticeships help to develop, grow, and retain a skilled workforce in technical areas to produce qualified, highly productive employees for careers requiring precision skills. Through combined on-the-job training plus education, you’ll gain both practical experience and education to become a Journeyman Electrician.
As an Electrical Apprentice you will install and repair electrical systems, apparatus, and electrical and electronic components of industrial machinery and equipment- following electrical code, manuals, schematic diagrams, blueprints, and other specifications, using hand tools, power tools, and electrical and electronic test equipment.
Required courses through MCC
Basic Fluid Power, GD & T, Industrial Networking, Industrial Control Systems, Basic Machine Operations, Industrial Motors and Controls, Various math courses, Advanced PLC, Reading Engineering Drawings, Industrial Automation, Automation Maintenance and Electrical Circuit Analysis
Hands on Training
Using Electrical Measuring Tools, Electrical Wiring, General Machine and Building Maintenance, Rebuilding and Repairing Electrical Equipment, Electrical Equipment Controls, Construction and Installation of Conduit Pipe, Machines and Equipment, and Light and Power Distribution
Benefits of Being an Apprentice
MCC tuition is paid for by Aggressive Tooling, provided a grade of C or better is obtained
May be eligible for pay increases every 1,000 hours
Comprehensive benefit package after 60 days of employment including: medical, dental, vision, long term disability, short term disability, life, paid time off and holiday pay
Flexible work schedule so you can work and complete school requirements
High school diploma
A minimum of 18 years of age
Willingness to learn and take initiative
Ability to lift 25 pounds repetitively and be physically capable of performing the essential functions of the position, with or without a reasonable accommodation