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Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee, JATC

The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) is a joint committee made up of representatives from both labor and management partnering together to produce the best-trained Electricians in the Electrical Industry.

The Joint Apprenticeship And Training Committee is a partnership of labor and management organized to train those wishing to undertake such a challenge. The training consists of a two-part program of work and school. During the day the apprentice will earn pay while working on a construction project and will attend school at night; learning not only electrical theory, but also valuable hands-on laboratory experience.

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Go to the home page of  Long Island JATC. It is a wealth of information regarding this highly rated, rigorous training model.

 

 
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Founded in 1901
120 US Chapters
8 NYS Chapters
70,000 Firms
650,000 Electricians

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