Southeast Iowa JATCElectrical Apprenticeship
Southeast Iowa JATC: Your Premier Source for Electrical Apprenticeship Training
Southeast Iowa JATC (SEIAJATC) is a leading provider of electrical apprenticeship training. With years of experience in the industry, we have trained and certified countless individuals who have gone on to successful careers as electricians.
Benefits of Electrical Apprenticeship Training
By enrolling in our electrical apprenticeship training program, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the electrical industry. Our program provides hands-on experience and classroom instruction, giving you a well-rounded education in electrical work.
Expertise of Our Instructors
Our instructors are experts in the field of electrical work, with years of experience and a passion for teaching. They’ll guide you through every step of the training process, ensuring that you’re fully prepared for a successful career as an electrician.
In addition to our training program, we also offer apprenticeship opportunities that allow you to gain on-the-job experience while earning a competitive wage. Our apprenticeship program is a great way to jumpstart your career as an electrician and get your foot in the door with reputable electrical contractors.
Ready to take the first step towards a career in electrical work? Contact us today to learn more about our electrical apprenticeship training program and how it can help you achieve your goals.
Educating the Electrical Construction Trade of Southeast Iowa for over 50 years
The Southeast Iowa JATC is looking for applicants for their Electrical Apprenticeship Program that have a mechanical aptitude and a desire to learn a trade. Are you the type of person who likes working with their hands and using their mind to turn an idea and a list of materials into an operating, finished project? If so, then our Apprenticeship Program could be the chance of a lifetime that could give you that opportunity.
Nationally Approved Program
The Southeast JATC Program has been approved by the US Department of Labor and the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee. We use the classroom curriculum developed by the NJATC and train our apprentice instructors in the teaching methods they endorse to produce one of the best electrical training programs available today. All five levels of the program are revised every year to keep up with the latest technologies and recent changes in the National Electrical Code to ensure the apprentice is being taught the most up to date information possible. The NJATC has long been recognized as the standard for Electrical Apprenticeship Programs in the United States and there is no doubt it will continue to be in the future.
Apprenticeship Committee Members
Director of Training
1205 North Central Ave.
Burlington, IA 52601
Phone (319) 753-1165
Fax (319) 752-0452
email: [email protected]
- Jim Potter
- Tim Brown
- Chris Azinger
IBEW Local 13
- Thomas Schleich
- Devin Vorwaldt
- Thomas Rehman