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FTS-Electrical Apprenticeship

How would you like to Earn Wages While You Learn a Trade?

   The Florida Training Service Apprentices in these programs are registered apprentices with the Department of Workforce Education – Apprenticeship Section.   They will also be a registered students of Florida Training Services public education partner Atlantic Technical College.

When you decide to take up an apprenticeship, you will:

  • Earn real wages
  • Gain new knowledge and key skills
  • Start down a career path that will help you provide for your
    family for years to come
  • Start building for your retirement from day-one

Program Descriptions

The instructional curriculum has been tailored to provide the individual with not only a broader education in their craft, but the ability to advance on the job in their trade.  Apprentices who successfully complete the program will receive certifications from:

  • State of Florida – Apprenticeship Completion
  • Certificate from Atlantic Technical College
  • OSHA -Hour Safety Certification

Related Training Topics

  • Safety for Electricians
  • Construction Math
  • Introduction to Electrical Circuits
  • Electrical Theory
  • Intro to National Electrical Code
  • Device Boxes
  • Residential Wiring
  • Electrical Test Equipment
  • Alternating Currents
  • Pull and Junction Boxes
  • Electric Lighting
  • Grounding and Bonding
  • Transformers
  • Standby and Emergency Systems
  • Heat Tracing and Freeze Protection

 

Apprentice Requirements:

*Apprentices are required to log a minimum of 2000 hours-per-year of
on-the-job (OJT) training. All progress is documented with the sponsoring employer.  Apprentices are also required to attend a minimum of 144 hours-per-year of related classroom training. This training is provided in-person at the following location:

School Locations

  • St. Lucie County – Synergy School of Tomorrow Campus, 2810 S. Federal Hwy, Ft. Pierce, FL  34982

 

General Requirements:

Minimum 18 years of age and physically able to perform the work of
the trade. Must have a valid Driver’s License and transportation.  Must be able to read, write and speak the English language in order to comprehend instructions on the job and in related training classes, and to ensure personal and co-worker safety on the job.

 

Contact Us For More Information:

Phone: (561) 842-1063
Email : amanda.mcginley@fltrainingservices.com

 

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