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Electrical Apprentice - Non-Union

Program Information

Apprenticeship - Code 1071 - Catalog 2017/2018

Joseph Wiggins, Adjunct Faculty, 386-255-0742,

Bridgette Cherry, 386-506-4165, cherryb@daytonastate.edu

Program Mission, Description, and Outcomes

Mission:

The Mid Florida GNJ Electrical Non-Union Apprenticeship provides motivated individuals the opportunity to learn a trade by working under the supervision of a skilled craftsman and attending related classroom training.

Description:

The Mid-Florida Electrical Non-union Apprenticeship, GNJ Program is a state subsidized, four-year program. Apprentices in the electrical construction trade will be taught principles of electricity and magnetism, wiring, installation methods, community first aid, safety issues, electric motor theory, and control. Apprentices receive extensive classroom and on-the-job training (OJT).

In most cases, a great deal of financial resources and energy are required to prepare for your career, but in a registered apprenticeship program, you are paid a progressively increased wage while you learn the occupation. The curriculum provides knowledge and skills training in all aspects of electrical construction work in the residential, commercial, and industrial markets. Apprentices are required to work a total of 8,000 hours of OJT and 792 class hours for successful completion of the program. Classes are held at The Advanced Technology College, 1770 Technology Boulevard, Daytona Beach, FL 32117 and OJT is scheduled at various places of employment.

Outcomes:

Graduates of the program will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate the ability to follow OSHA and the National Electrical Code.
  2. Demonstrate proper usage of different tools, equipment, materials and electrical products used in the trade.
  3. Demonstrate knowledge in all aspects of the industry including but not limited to theory, application, troubleshooting and safety.
  4. Demonstrate skills in the residential, commercial and industrial markets.
  5. Demonstrate the ability to develop and implement projects related to the field.

Note: The length of this program makes it ineligible for federal and state financial aid.

Additional Admission Requirements

THE ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS SHALL INCLUDE:

  1. Potential apprentices must be 18 years of age or older at the time the application is completed with Mid-Florida Non-union Electrical Apprenticeship, GNJ.
  2. Mid-Florida Non-union Electrical Apprenticeship and Training Committee must select first-year apprentices, before beginning the program. There web site is www.midfl-electricalgnj.com.
  3. High school diploma or GED equivalency is required for admission into the program.
  4. Valid driver's license.
  5. Physically able to perform duties of trade.
  6. May be required to take a drug test prior to employment.

DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Students who have been selected by the committee must be admitted to Daytona State College by completing the Daytona State College Application for Admissions. The College does charge a one-time, non-refundable assessment fee to all students, at the time of initial enrollment.
  2. Students will be registered for apprenticeship classes and on-the-job training through the appropriate apprenticeship committee.

Careers

General foremen, project managers, estimators, safety specialists, training director or instructor, construction, electronics, journeyman electrician

Note: Need help preparing for your job search? Login to Daytona State's Career Services Online (CSO) to create your personal career account, or email your Daytona State College Career Advisor.

Program Specific Courses

BCA0350Electrical Apprentice I (Non-Union)

99

BCA0350LElectrical Apprentice I Lab-OJT (Non-Union)

679.8

BCA0351Electrical Apprentice 2 (Non-Union)

99

BCA0351LElectrical Apprentice 2 Lab-OJT (Non-Union)

679.8

BCA0352LElectrical Apprentice 3 Lab-OJT (Non-Union)

639.9

BCA0353Electrical Apprentice 4 (Non-Union)

99

BCA0353LElectrical Apprentice 4 Lab-OJT (Non-Union)

679.8

BCA0354Electrical Apprentice 5 (Non-Union)

99

BCA0354LElectrical Apprentice 5 Lab-OJT (Non-Union)

679.8

BCA0355LElectrical Apprentice 6 Lab-OJT (Non-Union)

639

BCA0356Electrical Apprentice 7 (Non-Union)

99

BCA0356LElectrical Apprentice 7 Lab-OJT (Non-Union)

679.8

BCA0357Electrical Apprentice 8 (Non-Union)

99

BCA0357LElectrical Apprentice 8 Lab-OJT (Non-Union)

679.8

BCA0340LElectrical Apprentice 9 Lab-OJT (Non-Union)

639.9

BCA0341Electrical Apprentice 10 (Non-Union)

99

BCA0341LElectrical Apprentice 10 Lab-OJT (Non-Union)

679.8

BCA0342Electrical Apprentice 11 (Non-Union)

99

BCA0342LElectrical Apprentice 11 Lab-OJT (Union and Non-Union)

679.8

BCA0343LElectrical Apprentice 12 Lab-OJT (Non-Union)

639.9

TOTAL LECTURE VOC. HRS. 26.40
TOTAL LECTURE CONTACT HRS. 793.00
TOTAL OJT VOC. HRS. 266.66
TOTAL OJT CONTACT HRS. 8000.00

Notes

Mission Statement:

The Mid Florida GNJ Electrical Non-Union Apprenticeship provides motivated individuals the opportunity to learn a trade by working under the supervision of a skilled craftsman and attending related classroom training.

For additional program information visit mflgnj.

If you are interested in applying for this program, please contact Mid-Florida Non-union Apprenticeship, GNJ:

Joseph Wiggins, Program Manager/Director

Mid-Florida Non-union Electrical

2407 Bellevue Avenue Extension

Daytona Beach, FL 32114

Phone: (386) 255-0742

E-mail: joewiggins

or MIDFLGNJ

Mailing Address:

Mid-Florida Non-union Electrical Apprenticeship, GJN

PO BOX 292012

Port Orange, Florida 32129