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Electrical Apprenticeship

An electrical apprenticeship is an occupational training program that combines on-the-job experience with classroom instruction in electrical theory, code, and application designed to meet government and/or industry regulations.

What are the features of Casper’s program?

Casper College partners with the Wyoming Electrical Joint Apprentice Training Council (JATC) to provide extensive classroom training (60 credit hours) designed to complement on-the-job training received by electrical apprentices. Classes meet several times a year for a week at a time over the 4-year apprenticeship program duration. The combination of coursework and training prepare an apprentice electrician to take the journeyman electrician exam administered by the State of Wyoming Department of Fire Prevention and Electrical Safety.

These classes are offered on a yearly basis for apprentices working under the direction of the Wyoming Electrical JATC.

What can I do with this major?

Employment info

Electrical apprentice: Learn more about wage ranges for electrical apprentices employed in Wyoming as well as the general occupational profile for helper-electricians.

Electricians/journeyman electrician: Learn more about wage ranges for electricians/journman electricians employed in Wyoming as well as the general occupational profile for electricians.

What are the special admission requirements, if any?

After enrolling at Casper College, students must meet the class prerequisites or have department head approval to register for any of the independent electrical apprenticeship classes with the exception of ELAP 1515. Prerequisites for classes are outlined in the academic catalog.

What courses would I take?

For requirements and more information about this program, view its listing in the academic catalog:

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Rachel Wright

Academic Assistant, School of Business and Industry

Robbi Marvel

Dean, School of Business and Industry

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