Electrician Apprentice


Electrician Apprentice program

Electricians bring electricity into homes, businesses, and factories. They install and maintain the wiring, fuses, and other components through which electricity flows. Most Electricians learn their trade through apprenticeship programs. These programs combine paid on-the-job training with related classroom instruction. Because of the comprehensive training received, those who complete apprenticeship programs qualify to do both maintenance and construction work. The Electrician Apprentice program lasts four years, each year includes 180 hours of classroom instruction and 2,000 hours of on-the-job training. In the classroom, apprentices learn electrical theory, blueprint reading, mathematics, electrical code requirements, and safety and first aid practices.

Program Cost
$3,221.00
(Tuition, Student Fees and Books. Some courses may require additional fees.)
Program Length
720 hours (4 Years)
Location
Main Campus
Enrollment
Open Enrollment Year Round
Training Schedule
Details

Training Schedules


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NOTE: High school students may request a schedule that coincides with the high school morning bell schedule by notifying Student Services.
Adult College Admission Fee
$40.00
Tuition and Fees
Adult Tuition: Details
High School Students: $40.00 (additional class fees may still apply)
Books and Supplies
Details
Certificate Processing Fee
$10.00
Pell Grants
Not Eligible
Scholarships
Eligible
Veterans
Not Eligible

DATC Credentials

Core
Electrician Apprentice (720 required hours)
Placement Rates
100%
Utah Wages
Low Median High
$14.62 $22.31 $31.92
Utah Job Outlook and Work Requirements
Electrician
High School
N/A
College/University
Details
  1. Verify you meet program Admissions Requirements
  2. Complete the DATC Admissions process:
  3. Refer to Course Schedule for course start dates.