An apprenticeship program is an employer-driven model that combines on-the-job learning with related technical instruction that increases an apprentice's skill level and wages. This program helps employers successfully recruit, train and retain a highly skilled workforce and allows individuals to advance their skills while earning a living wage. During an apprenticeship, students work with seasoned mentors, and the program is designed to also help them learn skills such as communication, teamwork, problem-solving, responsibility and leadership. The electrical apprenticeship program prepares students for certification as electricians. Students will first make application to the Topeka Electrical JATC (IBEW Local 226) Union for admission into the apprenticeship. The apprenticeship training is based out of the Topeka location.
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