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Courtesy of Jackson JATC Recent graduates of the Jackson JATC, shown with their contractors, sponsors and training partners, are Joshua Trotter, McInnis Electric; Alex Kostylev, Webster Electric; Jeff Barr, Ram Electric; David Lee, ATEC Electric; John Smith, Instrumentation Controls Electric Inc.; Charles Outlaw, Webster Electric; and Brian Hill, Ram Electric. The graduates obtained the status of Journeyman Wireman by completing the required five-year apprenticeship program implemented by the IBEW-NECA JATC per the Department of Labor standards. The JATC and its training partners provide a minimum of 180 hours of classroom instruction per year along with an average of 1,600 hours of on the job training. Each apprentice that completes the five-year training program has a minimum of 900 hours of classroom instruction and a minimum of 8,000 hours of on the job training. The Jackson JATC is registered with the Department of Labor-Bureau of Apprenticeship along with the National JATC. Therefore the graduates receive certifications from both agency’s upon completion.

Apprenticeship graduates

Recent graduates of the Jackson JATC, shown with their contractors, sponsors and training partners, are Joshua Trotter, McInnis Electric; Alex Kostylev, Webster Electric; Jeff Barr, Ram Electric; David Lee, ATEC Electric; John Smith, Instrumentation Controls Electric Inc.; Charles Outlaw, Webster Electric; and Brian Hill, Ram Electric. The graduates obtained the status of Journeyman Wireman by completing the required five-year apprenticeship program implemented by the IBEW-NECA JATC per the Department of Labor standards. The JATC and its training partners provide a minimum of 180 hours of classroom instruction per year along with an average of 1,600 hours of on the job training. Each apprentice that completes the five-year training program has a minimum of 900 hours of classroom instruction and a minimum of 8,000 hours of on the job training. The Jackson JATC is registered with the Department of Labor-Bureau of Apprenticeship along with the National JATC. Therefore the graduates receive certifications from both agency’s upon completion.

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