• 4 years sponsored apprenticeship
  • 640 hours professional training + 5,200 hours on-the-job training
  • $68,000+ earning potential

The best things to me are the training offered in the classroom, in the shop and on the jobsite. You get to prove your ability and advance your skill set through classes offered even after your apprenticeship ends. The industry is constantly changing and we make can learn about those changes in training.

—Bobbie Whitmore
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