Applying To SE Iowa JATCElectrical Apprenticeship Program
As an apprentice in this apprenticeship and training program you may be required to report for on-the-jobtraining assignments anywhere within the employment jurisdiction of the JATC. The geographic jurisdiction by county, of this JATC is as follows:
In the State of lowa, The Counties of
Louisa, Des Moines, Lee, Henry, Washington,
Van Buren, Wapello, Davis, Appanoose, Monroe, Jefferson, Mahaska and Keokuk
Applying for the apprenticeship ….
All applications are submitted online only. A $25.00 application fee must be paid with a major credit or debit card before the application can be submitted to the Southeast Iowa JATC. When you are ready to begin the application process, please click here to access the Apprenticeship Application Form.
All other documentation needed to complete the application process can be emailed to the email@example.com or sent to the SEIA JATC 1205 North Central Ave. Burlington Iowa 52601.
Minimum requirements include the following:
- Minimum age 18 years old
- Completion of one full year of high school algebra with a “C” or better grade, or one post high school algebra course with a “C” or better grade, or the electrical training ALLIANCE’s online Tech Math course.
- Be at least a high school graduate or have a GED equivalent
- Provide an official transcript for high school and post high school education and training. If applicable, GED records must be submitted
- Pass a drug test
- Get to and from work at job sites anywhere within the geographical jurisdiction of this Apprenticeship Program.
If you are in need of the math requirement, consider looking into a class at your local community college or use the link below for an online course. These are both excellent ways to acquire the necessary credits. The Prep Refresher Course link offers online classes intended to help applicants prepare for the required aptitude test, improvement of your reading comprehension and insights into the oral interview process.
After the above requirements have been met, you will be scheduled to take the NJATC aptitude test. This test consists of algebra and reading comprehension questions, which will take approximately two and a half hours to complete. Within two to four weeks after, the JATC should receive the test results and will notify you of them.
If you obtain a qualifying score on the aptitude test, you will be scheduled for a oral interview by the Apprentice Committee. Based on your interview and review of your qualifications, you receive an overall ranking score and your name will be placed accordingly on an eligibility list for two years. When positions become available for the Apprenticeship Program, names will be taken off the respective eligibility list in order of the ranking score.