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The JATC has both three year and five year NYS registered apprenticeship programs in various areas of study. It also has a three year and four year Trainee program.  A description of each program follows below.

Construction Inside Wireman Electrician and Maintenance Technician School Program

These programs are designed to work in conjunction with the OJT training the apprentice receives in the field. The schooling consists of the following:

A. Safety:
Safety and Health Awareness courses, which include OSHA 10/30-hour course, electrical safety, asbestos safety, hazard communications, first-aid, ladder safety, job safety and work zone safety courses.

B. Blueprints:
Blue print reading and Sketching
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C. Mathematics:
Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Trade Math

D. Electrical theory:
Electrical theory consists of Ohms Law, AC theory, DC theory, Series and Parallel circuits, Semi-conductors, Transistors, Diodes, Three-Phase systems, Over-current protection etc…

E. Electrical Trade Science:
Basic Tools and Equipment, National Electrical Code, State and Local Codes, Conduit Fabrication, Transformers, Electrical Grounding, Electronics, Motors, Digital Electronics, Motor Control, Fire Alarms, Programmable Controllers, High Voltage Splicing, Air-Conditioning systems Service and Troubleshooting,
and Customer-Relations.

F. Industrial and Labor Relations:
History of the IBEW and NECA, Labor History background, and Current Laws and Practices.

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Telecommunication School Program

This is a program that is designed to work in conjunction with the OJT training the trainee receives in the field. The schooling consists of the following:

A. Safety:
Safety and Health Awareness courses, which include OSHA 10/30-hour, electrical safety, asbestos safety, hazard communication, first-aid, ladder safety, job safety and work zone safety courses.

B. Blueprints:
Blueprint reading and sketching

C. Mathematics:
Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Trade Math

D. Electrical Theory:
Electrical theory consists of Ohms Law, AC theory, DC theory, Electronic Components, Test Equipment, Digital Circuitry, and Transmission Fundamentals etc…

E. Trade Science:
Basic Tools and Equipment, National Electric Code, TIA/EIA Industry Standards, State And Local Codes, Grounding Electrode Systems, Install, Terminate and Test Wires and Cables Fiber/Copper, Security and Access Control Systems, Sound and Paging Systems, Installation of Routers, Hubs, Telephone Systems and Switches, BICSI Certification, CISCO (CCNA) Certification, Customer Relations etc…

F. Industrial and Labor Relations:
History of the IBEW and NECA, Labor History background and current laws and practices.

This is a brief overview of what the average Telecommunication apprentice will learn during his journey. Because this industry is ever changing, by staying abreast of current and future emerging technologies we will have the best-trained work force in the geographical area.

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Residential Electrician School Program

This is a program that is designed to work in conjunction with the OJT training the apprentice receives in the field. The schooling consists of the following:

A. Safety:
Safety and Health Awareness courses, which include OSHA 10/30 hour course, electrical safety, asbestos safety, hazard communication, first-aid, ladder safety, job safety, and work-zone safety courses.

B. Blueprints:
Blueprint reading and sketching

C. Mathematics:
Basic Math, Algebra, Trigonometry, and Trade Math

D. Electrical Theory:
Electrical theory consists of Ohms Law, Ac theory, DC theory, Kirchoff’s laws, Electrical components and circuitry, Test Equipment, and Transmission Fundamentals etc…

E. Trade Science:
Basic Tools and Equipment, National Electric Code, State and Local Codes, Grounding Systems, Install, Terminate and Test Wires and Cables fiber/copper, Sound systems, Installation of Electrical Services and Equipment, Install Video/Alarm Systems and all phases of Electrical installations in Homes, Condominiums, Town Houses, Apartment houses and anything other that is covered by this Unit.

F. Industrial and Labor Relations:
History of the IBEW and NECA, Labor History background and current laws and practices.

This is a brief overview of what the average Residential Electrician apprentice will learn during his journey. Because this industry is rapidly changing, by staying abreast of current and future technologies we will have the best-trained work force in the geographical area.

Service Assistant School Program


This is a program that is designed to work in conjunction with the OJT training the trainee receives in the field. The schooling consists of the following:

A. Safety:
Safety and Health Awareness courses, which include OSHA 10/30 hour course, electrical safety, asbestos safety, hazard communication, first-aid, ladder safety, job safety, and work-zone safety courses.

B. Blueprints:
Blueprint reading and sketching

C. Mathematics:
Basic Math, Algebra, Trigonometry, and Trade Math

D. Electrical Theory:
Electrical theory consists of Ohms Law, Ac theory, DC theory, Kirchoff’s laws, Electrical components and circuitry, Test Equipment, and Transmission Fundamentals etc…

E. Trade Science:
Basic Tools and Equipment, National Electric Code, State and Local Codes, Grounding Systems, Install, Terminate and Test Wires and Cables fiber/copper, Sound systems, Installation of Electrical Services and Equipment, Install Video/Alarm Systems and all phases of Electrical installations in Homes, Condominiums, Town Houses, Apartment houses and anything other that is covered by this Unit.

F. Industrial and Labor Relations:
History of the IBEW and NECA, Labor History background and current laws and practices.

This is a brief overview of what the average Service Assistant Trainee will learn during his journey. Because this industry is rapidly changing, by staying abreast of current and future technologies we will have the best-trained work force in the geographical area.

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