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Electrical Apprentice - Union

Program Information

Apprenticeship - Code 1072 - Catalog 2017/2018

Carl Jarvis, Adjunct Faculty, 386-322-6236, Scott.Jarvis@daytonastate.edu

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

Program Mission, Description, and Outcomes

Mission:

Insuring and providing students with superior training and education, creating and sustaining the most highly trained and highly skilled workforce.

Description:

The Daytona Beach Electrical Union Apprenticeship, JATC Program (The Electrical Training Alliance of Daytona Beach) is a state subsidized, four-year program. A journeyman of the electrical construction trade would be expected to be capable of planning and initiating projects. A graduate can become a manager, dispatcher, estimator, safety specialist, marketing manager, business manager, training director, instructor and many more! 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 990 class hours for successful completion of the program. 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 the 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 plan 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 at The Electrical Training Alliance of Daytona Beach (Electrical Union Apprenticeship, JATC) office, 5901 S. Williamson Boulevard, Port Orange, FL 32128.
  2. The Electrical Training Alliance of Daytona Beach (Electrical Union Apprenticeship, JATC) Committee must select first-year apprentices, before beginning the program.
  3. High school diploma or GED equivalency is required for admission into the program. To be determined by Committee.
  4. High school transcripts required. GED grades report required when applicable.
  5. Valid driver's license.
  6. Physically able to perform duties of trade.
  7. One credit of high school algebra.
  8. Take the industry's validated aptitude test.
  9. 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 specialist, 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

BCA0330Electrical AcademyUnion Apprentice I

99

BCA0330LElectrical Academy Union Apprentice I Lab-OJT

679.8

BCA0331Electrical Academy Union Apprentice 2

99

BCA0331LElectrical Academy Union Apprentice 2 Lab-OJT

679.8

BCA0332LElectrical Academy Union Apprentice 3 Lab-OJT

639.9

BCA0333Electrical Academy Union Apprentice 4

99

BCA0333LElectrical Academy Union Apprentice 4 Lab-OJT

679.8

BCA0334Electrical Academy Union Apprentice 5

99

BCA0334LElectrical Academy Union Apprentice 5 Lab-OJT

679.8

BCA0335LElectrical Academy Union Apprentice 6 Lab-OJT

639.9

BCA0336Electrical Academy Union Apprentice 7

99

BCA0336LElectrical Academy Union Apprentice 7 Lab-OJT

679.8

BCA0337Electrical Academy Union Apprentice 8

99

BCA0337LElectrical Academy Union Apprentice 8 Lab-OJT

679.8

BCA0338Electrical Academy Union Apprentice 9

99

BCA0338LElectrical Academy Union Apprentice 9 Lab-OJT

639.9

BCA0339Electrical Academy Union Apprentice 10

99

BCA0339LElectrical Academy Union Apprentice 10 Lab-OJT

679.8

BCA0390Electrical Academy Union Apprentice 11

99

BCA0390LElectrical Academy Union Apprentice 11 Lab-OJT

679.8

BCA0391Electrical Academy Union Apprentice 12

99

BCA0391LElectrical Academy Union Apprentice 12 Lab-OJT

639.9

TOTAL LECTURE VOC. HRS. 33.00
TOTAL LECTURE CONTACT HRS. 990.00
TOTAL OJT VOC. HRS. 266.66
TOTAL OJT CONTACT HRS. 8000.00

Notes

If you are interest in applying for this program, please contact:

Scott Jarvis, Program Manager/Director

Don Morgan Electrical Academy

5901 S. Williamson Blvd.

Port Orange, FL 32128

Phone: (386) 322-6236

E-Mail: Scott.Jarvis@daytonastate.edu

Website: electricalcareer