Residential Wireman Apprenticeship Program
Starting wage is $15.99/Hr
Think About Your Future
Today’s homeowners want the latest, most up-to-date technology in their homes. But who makes it happen? It starts with the Residential Wiremen, who install and connect electrical systems in homes, condos and apartments.
The Santa Clara County JATC trains the Residential Wiremen on how to install and maintain basic electrical and power distribution systems within a residential environment.
Residential Wireman apprentices complete a three-year training program. To qualify for the apprenticeship, you must fulfill the following requirements:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Graduated from high school or received your GED
- Have a valid California Drivers License
- Pass Aptitude Test, which focuses on algebraic functions and reading comprehension.
Next Application Day is:
September 24, 2015
from 2:00pm to 4:00pm
PLEASE BRING A PEN TO COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION
Study questions for the Aptitude Test can be found at:
Study questions can be found at:
Electrical Training Alliance - Guide to Preparing for the Aptitude Test. Sample test questions.
Electrical Prep - At cost classes to prepare for the Apprenticeship.
TECH MATH - Online Algebra course through the Electrical Training Alliance (Formally NJATC) for $125.00.
How To Apply
You must apply in person with a photo ID and proof of high school graduation or GED.
Applications are accepted on the 4th Thursday of every month between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm.
Apply in person at the Santa Clara County Joint Apprenticeship Training Center 908 Bern Court San Jose, CA 95112.
Residential Application Procedures.pdf