SBJATC About the Training
Tell Me About The Training
What is Apprenticeship?
Apprenticeship combines on-the-job and classroom training which prepares the apprentice for a career as a skilled craftsman. Apprentices work during the day for contractors (employers), who pay the apprentice directly for time worked. Apprentices may be sent to work anywhere in Santa Barbara County.
The NJATC Inside Wireman apprenticeship is a 5-year program. Apprentices attend school two nights per week during the spring and fall semesters.
Is This a State Approved Apprenticeship Program?
Yes. You will be registered as an apprentice with the California Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) and will comply with the requirements of Assembly Bill (AB) 931. For more information on The DAS, use the following link: http://www.dir.ca.gov/das/das.html
Where Are Classes Held?
Classes and labs are held at our training facility in Buellton.
Where Does The Curriculum Come From?
How Do I Find a Contractor To Work For?
You don’t. During your apprenticeship, you are assigned to several different contractors by the JATC to insure a variety of experience.
What Is An Apprentice’s Hourly Wage?
The wages listed in the table below were last updated 6/20/2017
What Are My Costs?
Your Tuition is paid in full as outlined in a scholarship loan agreement. You are required to purchase your own hand tools, text books and instructional workbooks (approx. $400.00-$700.00 per year), work clothes and work shoes.
Can I Earn College Credit For My Apprenticeship?
Yes. Completion of the inside wireman apprenticeship program is worth up to 55 semester credit hours through The American Council on Education (ACE). College credit is also earned through our affiliation with Allan Hancock College.
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