Apprenticeship Program

Developing talent & progressing careers through Apprenticeship in Construction.

Opportunities to Expand Your Skills & Career Potential

Interested in advancing your construction career? Are you looking for an opportunity to learn while you earn? Do you want to build upon your current skills? Well, look no further than NCW’s Apprenticeship in Construction Program. 

Here’s how it works: 

  • NCW pays your full tuition upfront.
  • Every week until completion of the program, a small percentage will be paid back from your paycheck.
  • Upon graduation from your specific program, NCW will pay you back IN FULL!
 
NCW is eager to invest in our employees who want to advance their skills. An apprenticeship in construction has both short and long-term benefits for your career! This program allows you to earn while you learn, enabling you to keep doing what you love most. 
 
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to grow your skills and career with an apprenticeship in construction. Get enrolled today!

Apprenticeship in Construction Programs

About the Program

  • Classes meet one night a week for 4-hours
  • ACE accredited curriculum will discuss the codes required for residential, commercial, and industrial service and installation, as well as electrical theory, ladder diagram, and motor controls
  • Hands-on training is to be provided by the apprentice’s employer
  • Apprentice is required to record the type and number of hours worked each month

 

Minimum Requirements

  • Applicants must be 18 years old or older
  • High school graduate or GED equivalent (a copy of a high school transcript and transcripts of other specialized education will be required)
  • Valid driver’s license or another form of government-issued ID
  • Employed by an electrical contractor or obtain employment within 30 days of starting classes
  • Provide their own reliable transportation to the employer’s place of business and/or job site and to the place where job-related instruction is conducted
  • Able to perform the essential functions of the trade
  • Attend a minimum of 576 hours of classroom instruction at night without compensation and a minimum of 8,000 hours (documented) in an on-the-job training program supervised by the Apprenticeship & Training Committee
  • Complete the apprenticeship application and pass a basic math and reading test

About the Program

  • 2 evenings and 4hr classes per week
  • Classes meet two night a week for 4-hours each night
  • ACE accredited curriculum discusses the codes required for residential, commercial, and industrial service and installation, as well as electrical theory, ladder diagram, and motor controls
  • Hands-on training is to be provided by the apprentice’s employer
  • Apprentice is required to record the type and number of hours worked each month

 

Minimum Requirements

  • Applicants must be 18 years old or older
  • High school graduate or GED equivalent (a copy of a high school transcript and transcripts of other specialized education will be required)
  • Valid driver’s license or another form of government-issued ID
  • Employed by an electrical contractor or obtain employment within 30 days of starting classes
  • Provide their own reliable transportation to the employer’s place of business and/or job site and to the place where job-related instruction is conducted
  • Able to perform the essential functions of the trade
  • Attend a minimum of 576 hours of classroom instruction at night without compensation and a minimum of 8,000 hours (documented) in an on-the-job training program supervised by the Apprenticeship & Training Committee
  • Complete the apprenticeship application and pass a basic math and reading test

About the Program

  • 4-year program that meets 1 night per week with 3 hours of online homework a week
  • Offer different trades such as electrical, plumbing, and HVAC

 

Minimum Requirements 

  • 18 years old or older
  • High school graduate or GED equivalent
  • Valid driver’s license or another form of government-issued ID

 

About the Program

  • Learn how to install fire sprinkler systems
  • Includes modules and convenient online testing to assess learner knowledge on a periodic basis
  • Ideal for individuals who wouldn’t mind travelling while they work on schooling

 

Minimum Requirements

  • High school graduate or GED equivalent
  • Valid driver’s license or another form of government-issued ID

From Apprentice to Field Support Manger

"By enrolling myself into the apprenticeship program, I was able to advance my career exponentially. It was very beneficial to receive on-the-job training while studying to be a journeyman."​

Herb Anderson, Field Support Manager

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Why you should consider enrolling today!

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