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Program Benefits
- Excellent Wage Rate
- Paid Health Insurance
- A Career with a Future
- State-of-the-art training
- Safer Working Conditions
- Advancement Opportunities
- Guaranteed Pension Benefits
Applicant Requirements
  1. Age - minimum 17 years of age (no maximum age)


  2. Education - minimum math: must have completed one full year of high school algebra I with a passing grade or one post high school algebra course with a passing grade. (Pre algebra and/or introduction to algebra does not count).


  3. Aptitude test - must successfully meet the norms of the aptitude test given once above requirements are met.
I.B.E.W.: The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is the largest electrical union in the world. The I.B.E.W represents worker's rights in all areas of the electrical industry. The I.B.E.W. is truly a union of "Hearts and Minds."
 
N.E.C.A.: The National Electrical Contractors Association is the management's association for electrical contractors. N.E.C.A. represents thousands of employers who guarantee their work and perform quality work on time and on budget. N.E.C.A. electrical contractors satisfy their customers by doing the job "right the first time."
 
N.J.A.T.C.: The National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee developed uniform standards that are adopted and used nationwide to select and train thousands of qualified men and women. The N.J.A.T.C., the I.B.E.W., and N.E.C.A. organizations have hundreds of local programs offering apprenticeships and training in the following areas.
 
Electrical Wireman, Sound & Communication Technician/Installer: As a Wireman or Installer/Technician, you will gain a variety of skills and knowledge in the Electrical Industry. The N.J.A.T.C., I.B.E.W. and N.E.C.A. have properly trained thousands of men and women to become competent Journeymen. As a result, these individuals enjoy the benefits of this extraordinary and exciting industry as noted on the left.
 
Apprenticeship Opportunity: The recruitment, selection, employment, and training of apprentices during his/her apprenticeship shall be without discrimination because of race: color, religion, national origin or sex.
 
I.B.E.W.: The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is the largest electrical union in the world. The I.B.E.W represents worker's rights in all areas of the electrical industry. The I.B.E.W. is truly a union of "Hearts and Minds."
 
N.E.C.A.: The National Electrical Contractors Association is the management's association for electrical contractors. N.E.C.A. represents thousands of employers who guarantee their work and perform quality work on time and on budget. N.E.C.A. electrical contractors satisfy their customers by doing the job "right the first time."
 
N.J.A.T.C.: The National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee developed uniform standards that are adopted and used nationwide to select and train thousands of qualified men and women. The N.J.A.T.C., the I.B.E.W., and N.E.C.A. organizations have hundreds of local programs offering apprenticeships and training in the following areas.
 
Electrical Wireman, Sound & Communication Technician/Installer: As a Wireman or Installer/Technician, you will gain a variety of skills and knowledge in the Electrical Industry. The N.J.A.T.C., I.B.E.W. and N.E.C.A. have properly trained thousands of men and women to become competent Journeymen. As a result, these individuals enjoy the benefits of this extraordinary and exciting industry as noted on the left.
 
Apprenticeship Opportunity: The recruitment, selection, employment, and training of apprentices during his/her apprenticeship shall be without discrimination because of race: color, religion, national origin or sex.
 
Applications will be received from qualified applicants for the Telecommunications Installer/Technician and Electrical Wireman Apprenticeship Programs. IN PERSON ONLY. March 3rd thru March 14th, 2014, May 5th thru May 16th, 2014 & July 7th thru July 18th, 2014 (excluding weekends & holidays) from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Tuesdays from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., at the Matt Firmenich I.B.E.W. #357 Training Facility, 620 Leigon Way, Las Vegas, Nevada 89110 (One block west of Lamb off Bonanza)
 
ELIGIBILITY QUALIFICATIONS
 
1.      Copy of your Driver's License, State Issued ID, or Military ID, Permanent Resident card, Alien Registration Receipt card U.S. Passport accepted
 
2.      Copy of your G.E.D., high school diploma or higher degree
 
3.      An official school transcript stating completion of Algebra or higher. (Pre-algebra and intro to algebra do not count)
 
4.         Must successfully meet the norms of the aptitude test. The test will be scheduled once the above requirements are met.
 
If a wireman applicant can prove to an organizer at the IBEW Local #357, after submitting an application, completion of Job Corps training and graduation in the electrical construction trade, the official transcript proving the algebra requirement will be waived. The applicant would still be required to successfully meet the norms of the aptitude test, provide a copy of Driver’s License, State Issued ID card, Military ID card, Permanent Resident card, Alien Registration Receipt card or U.S. Passport, and provide a copy of a G.E.D., high school diploma or higher degree.
 
If a wireman applicant can prove the following to an organizer at the IBEW Local #357, after submitting an application, the official transcript proving the algebra requirement will be waived:
 
2,000 or 4,000 hours of work experience in the Electrical Construction Trade, by social security work history printouts
 
An honorably discharged military veteran who has a minimum two (2) years of military experience in Military Occupation Specialty (MOS) applicable to the electrical construction industry and can document as long as they apply within five (5) years from MOS experience
 
An honorably discharged military veteran who have served overseas and/or lived on base for a minimum of two (2) years as long as they apply within five (5) years from their discharge date
 
The aptitude test will be required for tracking purposes only. The applicant would still be required to provide a copy of Driver’s License, State Issued ID card, Military ID card, Permanent Resident card, Alien Registration Receipt card or U.S. Passport, and a copy of a G.E.D., high school diploma or higher degree.
 
If an installer/technician applicant can prove the following to an organizer at the IBEW Local #357, after submitting an application, the official transcript proving the algebra requirement will be waived:
 
2,400 hours of work experience in the Low Voltage Electrical Trade, by social security work history printouts
 
An honorably discharged military veteran who has a minimum two (2) years of military experience in Military Occupation Specialty (MOS) applicable to the telecommunication
 
The aptitude test will be required for tracking purposes only. The applicant would still be required to provide a copy of Driver’s License, State Issued ID card, Military ID card, Permanent Resident card, Alien Registration Receipt card or U.S. Passport, and a copy of a G.E.D., high school diploma or higher degree.
 
THE ABOVE DOCUMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS FROM THE APPLICATION DATE.
 
If it applies please bring copies of:
·                                 Transcript of trade school, college or any other schooling
·                                 Military Discharge Papers - DD-214
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It is difficult to transfer to another JATC. We recommend filling out an application where you plan to live for the duration of the program.
 
Beginning rate of pay for Electrical Wireman apprentices is 45% of Journeyman scale and 65% of Installer/Technician scale for the Installer/Technician apprentices. Pay upgrades are based upon completion of a minimum amount of on-the-job training hours and the completion of each school year.
 
If you have any other questions, please feel free to give us a call at (702) 459-7949. Pacific Time 7:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday-Friday excluding Holidays.