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The JATC does not, and will not, discriminate against an apprentice or applicant, or any other participant in JATC programs and services, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin,
sex, (including pregnancy and gender identity), sexual orientation, age (40 or older), genetic information, or disability with regard to any aspect of its apprenticeship programs, including but not limited to recruitment, outreach, and selection procedures; grading, assessment, and advancement; on-the-job opportunities and assignments; rates of pay; imposition of penalties or other disciplinary action and termination; and any other benefit, term, condition, or privilege associated with apprenticeship.

ELECTRICAL APPRENTICESHIP

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 995, in partnership with the Baton Rouge Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association, proudly sponsors the Baton Rouge Area Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (BREJATC). The BREJATC provides the most comprehensive electrical journey worker and apprentice training program in the region.

 

The BREJATC has properly trained thousands of men and women to become highly skilled professional journey worker electricians for nearly 100 years in Louisiana. As a result, these individuals enjoy the benefits of being part of this extraordinary and exciting industry, including:

 

  1. Competitive wage rates

  2. Paid health insurance

  3. A lifelong career with fcontinuing education

  4. Safer working conditions

  5. Advancement opportunities

  6. Guaranteed retirement benefits

 

What is apprenticeship?

 

The BREJATC provides the ultimate "earn while you learn" apprenticeship training program. As an apprentice, you will be assigned to one of our electrical contractors, earning a progressively increasing hourly wage (plus benefits) as you successfully gain more skills and technical knowledge in the electrical industry. 

 

This is a rigorous four year in-depth post-secondary electrical training program. Apprentices are provided on-the-job training during the day and attend class one night per week to learn the required electrical concepts, theories and applications necessary to develop apprentices into top performing journey workers and professional union members. Our apprentices also earn a Continuing Education Certificate of Completion through Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC).

 

Upon graduation, apprentices become full fledged journey workers and earn nationally recognized certifications that make them eligible to work out of any local IBEW union across the country.

 

The BREJATC accepts applications year-round, and starts a new class of apprentices every August. It is a competitive application process, so we encourage all applicants to take advantage of the information and resources provided here to maximize your chances of being accepted into the program.

Want to get a leg up on the competition? Click here for resources to help you ace the entrance process!

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