Local 313 Electrical Apprenticeship and Training
Welcome to a rewarding career in the electrical industry.
Life is about choices. The decisions you make now will affect the rest of your life. Consider a career in the electrical industry: High wages (earn while you learn), great benefits, interesting and challenging working environments, and good advancement opportunities can all be yours.
How to get started? Begin with the best training available, from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and National Electrical Contractors Association (IBEW-NECA) programs. When you train with IBEW-NECA, you're making an investment in your future.
The Local Union 313 IBEW/NECA Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC), covering the State of Delaware and Cecil County Maryland, offers the following Apprenticeship program:
Inside Wireman (Construction Electrician)
- Five-year Systematic Program of Learning- Apprentices can obtain all the essential knowledge and skills necessary for becoming a Journeyman Inside Wireman.
- 8000 Hours of On-the-Job Training—Apprentices train to proficiency in installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of various electrical systems on commercial and industrial job sites.
- 900 Hours of Related Study (minimum)—Apprentices will study theories relating to all job tasks important to the trade. Classroom time helps to reinforce skills learned while doing on-the-job training.
Please review the attachments below for information pertaining to the application for possible selection into the apprenticeship program. Continue to monitor the "apprenticeship and training" main tab for current operational changes.