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Program Requirements & Information
  • Applicant must be employed and supervised by a Master Electrician
  • Program Duration 4 Years
  • 576 Classroom Hours
  • 8,000 On-the-Job-Training (OJT) Hours
  • Class runs from August - May
  • Paperwork must be completed
    • Application + $10 Money Order
    • High School Transcript/GED
    • Driver's License or Proof of ID
  • Attendance is mandatory unless a written excuse from the employer is presented

Information & Reporting
Department of Labor requires information to be sent weekly regarding attendance and OJT hours. OJT hours are reported from the company to Arkansas Northeastern College for ANC to transmit to the Department of Labor.

After participant has successfully completed all program requirements, then the electrical apprentice will be eligible through the Department of Labor to test in commercial or residential as a JourneyWorker.  After successful completion of the test, the apprentice will become a licensed JourneyWorker.

Starting Month New Apprentice Fee Existing Apprentice Fee
August - December $260
+$10 Money Order
(Electrical License)
+Money Order Expired License
January - May $150
+$10 Money Order
(Electrical License)
+Money Order Expired License

If interested, please contact Jamie Frakes


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