Denver Joint Electrical Apprenticeship & Training Committee

The Denver JATC has trained hundreds of Colorado workers to become licensed JW electricians since its creation. The JATC works with highly successful contractors throughout the State of Colorado to provide on the job training as well as extensive classroom training. Apprentices will receive competitive wages as well as a great pension and medical plan.
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Who We Are

The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the Local Union #68 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) jointly sponsor our training programs that offer apprentices the opportunity to earn wages and benefits while they learn the skills needed to be successful in the electrical industry.

The JATC will not discriminate against an apprentice or applicant on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), sexual orientation, age (40 or older), genetic information, or disability with regard to its apprenticeship and other programs, including its recruitment, outreach, and selection procedures; grading, assessment, and advancement; on-the-job opportunities and assignments; rates of pay; imposition of penalties or other disciplinary action and termination; or, any other benefit, term, condition, or privilege associated with apprenticeship.

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apprenticeship opportunities

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Inside Wireman Apprenticeship

Inside Wiremen install conduit, electrical wiring, fixtures, and electrical equipment inside commercial buildings and in industrial settings.

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Residential Apprenticeship

Residential Wiremen work solely in residential settings (single and multi-family dwellings).

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Telecommunications Installer-Technician Apprenticeship

Telecommunications Installer-Technicians, also known as VDV, install circuits and equipment for telephones, computer networks, video distribution systems, security and access control systems, and other low voltage systems in residential, commercial and industrial settings.

keys to becoming an electrician

It takes hard work and discipline.
Requirements can be physically demanding.
You must adhere to strict safety guidelines.
Remain focused and disciplined.
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