Apprentice Opportunity for the Residential Electrical Wireman Program
The Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee offers a complete 3-year program incorporating on-the-job training and supplemental classroom related instruction for the Residential Electrical Wireman, and continues to accept applications from eligible applicants in accordance with its approved standards and selection procedure.
NOTICE: APPLICANT REGISTRATION IS ONLINE ONLY!
All Applicants are directed to apply using our online system. Visit our website at: www.laett.com. Applicants who complete the online application will be invited in person to submit the required documentations and take the written exam. We are located at:
Electrical Training Institute
These must be in legal document form. Photocopies will be made and must remain in the applicant’s file, with the originals being returned to the applicant.
Each qualified applicant will be required to participate in an oral interview with the Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Committee. The purpose of this interview is to evaluate and determine eligibility, and the proper period of apprenticeship for which the applicant qualifies. This evaluation procedure may consist of a Credit for Prior Experience exam (CPE), the oral interview, and any supportive documents submitted by the applicant to ascertain his/her skill level within the program. All applicants who complete the interview process will be eligible for this program subject to the needs of the industry.
All applications will be received and processed without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, or gender.
What is Apprenticeship?
Apprenticeship is a well-organized and supervised training method we use to enable people with little or no prior knowledge of our craft or trade to become qualified journeymen. It is an “earn while you learn program” as the on-the-job portion of the training is a full-time, well-paid job.
The Residential Electrical Construction Trade requires physical effort on the part of the apprentice to accomplish ladder and scaffold climbing, pulling, crawling, crouching, working in cramped and confined quarters, and lifting of 25 to 50 pound objects on a fairly constant schedule. The individual must possess the ability to closely follow specific instructions, especially safety directions. Inside Wiremen use many and varied hand and power-assisted tools to install conduit, wiring, fixtures, devices, and electrical apparatus within commercial, industrial and residential buildings.
We Are Selective
We are seeking men and women of all races who demonstrate the best character, aptitude, motivation, and traits conducive to success in our trade. Employers and union representatives who make up the JAC, interview all qualified candidates in an effort to select only the best candidates.
A good candidate is one with a record of having done well in school, especially in math and in science, one who has demonstrated reliability, possesses a sincere desire to succeed, and one who has a positive attitude and a desire to work hard. The electrical construction trade is an occupation requiring a high level of knowledge and skill which we teach to hundreds of successful qualified and fortunate individuals.
What Benefits Do I Gain if I Am Accepted?
What is expected of me if I am selected?
Pre-employment and continued drug testing is required. Despite the passage of Proposition 64, the ETI still considers marijuana an illegal drug as it continues to be illegal under federal law. Marijuana is still considered an illegal drug under ETI’s various Apprentice Policies, including its Substance Abuse Policy. Drug testing will continue to include testing for marijuana. If prior to Boot Camp or at Boot Camp you fail any drug test, you refuse to consent to any drug test, you do not have sufficient hair for the hair follicle test (hair must be one inch long or longer to test) or do not provide a sufficient sample of urine for the drug test, your conditional offer of entry into the apprenticeship program will be revoked, and you must wait at least six months to re-apply to the program by submitting a new application and following all subsequent application policies and procedures.
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Increasing Apprentice Compensation Wages
Equal Opportunity Pledge
The JATC will not discriminate against apprenticeship applicants or apprentices based on race, religious creed (including religious dress and grooming), color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability (including cognitive disability), medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and medical conditions related to pregnancy, childbirth, or breast feeding), sexual orientation, sex stereotype, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age 40 or older, and military and veteran status. The JATC will take affirmative action to provide equal opportunity in apprenticeship and will operate, conduct, and administer this apprenticeship program as required under Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations, part 30, and the equal opportunity regulations of the State of California.
Your Right to Equal Opportunity
It is against the law for a sponsor of an apprenticeship program registered for Federal purposes to discriminate or retaliate against, or harass, an apprenticeship applicant or apprentice based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age (40 years or older), genetic information, or disability. The sponsor must ensure equal opportunity with regard to all terms, conditions, and privileges associated with apprenticeship.
Filing a Discrimination Complaint:
If you think you have been subjected to such discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, you may file a complaint: a) within 300 days from the date of the alleged discrimination, harassment, retaliation, or failure to follow the equal opportunity standards with the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210, Attn: Apprenticeship EEO Complaints, Jose Velazquez, (202) 693-2909, ApprenticeshipEEOcomplaints@dol.gov; or b) within 180 days from the date of the alleged discrimination, harassment, retaliation, or failure to follow the equal opportunity standards with the State of California, Division of Apprenticeship Standards, Administrator of Apprenticeship, Department of Industrial Relations, 1515 Clay Street, Oakland, CA 94612. You may also be able to file complaints directly with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) within the time periods set by those agencies. Their contact information is as follows: c) EEOC: 1-800-669-4000 (toll-free) or 1-800-669-6820 (toll-free TTY number for individuals with hearing impairments). EEOC field office information is available at www.eeoc.gov or in most telephone directories in the U.S. Government or Federal Government section. Additional information about EEOC, including information about charge filing, is available at www.eeoc.gov; and d) DFEH: (800)884-1684; TTY (800)700-2320; videophone for the hearing impaired (916)226-5285; email email@example.com, or www.dfeh.ca.gov.
Each complaint filed must be made in writing and include the following information: