Residential Electrician Apprenticeship
A residential electrician performs many of the same tasks as an inside electrician, except in residential rather than commercial or industrial environments. Residential electricians install and distribute electrical power in single and multi-family dwellings. Classroom training develops knowledge and understanding of electrical theory and practical application of electrical work.
Length of Training:
Eligible applicants must be at least 18 years old and have a diploma or GED. Algebra proficiency is required and documented by credits in high-school or college algebra. Applicants must show two forms of state-issued ID.
For more information, please contact the apprenticeship training center directly - Denver Joint Electrical Apprenticeship Training Committee (DJEATC) - (303) 295-1903.
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