High WagesGreat BenefitsChallenging WorkGreat Advancement Opportunities

Types of Work: Our trained Inside Journeyman Wiremen perform installation and maintenance for commercial and industrial complexes, including office buildings and all complexes, including petrochemical, pulp and paper plants, oil refiners, power houses, retail stores, hospitals, schools, manufacturing plants, etc. Read additional information about the job description for an Inside Journeyman Wireman.

After Going Through the IBEW / NECA program, You'll be Trained in All Aspects of the Electrical Trade

Electrical Power & Lighting Systems
squarePower Distribution & Metering Systems
squareMotor Design & Motor Control
squareProgrammable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
squareBuilding Automation Systems
squareEnergy Management Systems
squarePackaging, Management, Refining Systems
squareBackup Power Generation Systems

squareUninterruptible Power Supply Systems
squareData Communications
squareFire Alarms & Security
squareAnalog & Digital Electronic
squareConduit Bending
squareBlueprint Reading
squareHigh Voltage Splicing & Termination

NEJATC's Mission:

The mission of the Nashville Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee is to develop and standardize training to educate the members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the National Electrical Contractors Association; insuring and providing the Electrical Construction Industry with the most highly trained and highly skilled workforce possible.

Program Details:

4 to 5 Year Systematic Program of Learning:
Apprentices can obtain all essential knowledge and skill necessary for becoming an Inside Journeyman Wireman.

8000 Hours of On-The-Job Training:
Apprentices train to proficiency in installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of various electrical systems on commercial and industrial job site.

900 Hours of Related Study (minimum):
Apprentices will study theories relating to all job tasks important to the trade. Classroom time helps to reinforce skills learned while doing on-the-job training.

Important NEJATC Info

Since electrical work can be challenging, complex and physically demanding, employers are looking for workers who are competent in many technical areas. They rely on excellence in training to get the job done. NEJATC offers standardize training in partnership with members of NECA, IBEW and NJATC. Through this partnership, NEJATC doesn't need to charge tuition fees making it a low cost alternative to technical schools and colleges.

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