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In the unionized electrical construction industry, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) has over 100 years of experience in training electrical workers. By mandating classroom training in theory, mathematics, electrical code, OSHA safety and on-the-job training under the guidance of a seasoned journeyman, workers in training (apprentices) receive a thorough and complete understanding of their profession. Trained to use their heads and their hands, union electrical workers know how to perform physical labor skillfully and understand the reasons and theory behind their actions.

Administered jointly between IBEW Local 193 and the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) trains its apprentices to ensure only the best and the brightest electricians graduate from the program.

Remember, if you want the best value, the safest installations, and the most professional workers, the unionized construction industry is the place to look. Others may claim to be better or “just as good,” but with over a hundred years of experience under their belts, it’s hard to argue with unions’ proven records.

For your next job, contact your local union or union contractor. You will not be disappointed. Click below to find the right contractor for your job:




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