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November 18, 2017

4th of July Parade!!

The IBEW LU112 Membership
Development Committee is organizing members and their families to participate in the Hapo 4th of July Parade in Pasco on Monday July 4th, 2016. The
parade begins at 10am and
finishes approximatly 12pm.
Please join Local 112 to show our community support!

If you would like to participate please contact
Moses Torrescano at 541-
915-4020
or vi
a email at torrescano91@gmail.com
OR contact LU 112 at 509-735-0512.
The LU112-NECA Electrical Apprenticeship Program
Updated On: Aug 19, 2015
WHAT IS THE ELECTRICAL APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM?

The finest electrical workers in the country receive their training through the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (NJATC) of National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and Internation Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW).

It is a model education partnership which produces the best-trained, most up-to-date electrical apprentices and journeyman in the country.  All of the $100 milion annually spent is privately funded.

The LU112-NECA Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC)  serves its IBEW and NECA members by providing classroom training and administration for apprenticeships in the electrical industry.
 


 

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Apprenticeship opportunities are available in the Construction Electrican Program only at this time.  The Construction Electrician program covers work in the Industrial, Commercial and Residential areas.  These are great jobs at a living wage with healthcare benefits and retirement.

The Construction Electrician program is a 5 year program, with graduates eligible to take the State Journeyman Electrician (01) Exam. Once an applicant completes the application process (see how to apply), including documentation, aptitude test and interview and is called off the eligibility list, they will be registered in to the Apprenticeship Program, and they become a First Year Apprentice.  The apprentice will be placed on the job with one of our Signatory Contractors and begin earning their 8,000 hours of on-the-job training as well as their hourly wage.  Approximately one week, every six weeks, the apprentice will attend related training (school) here at the Training Center.  The apprentice does not get paid during their week of school, however they are eligible to receive unemployment during this time. At the end of every school year, apprentices are required to take and pass Performance Evaluations, before entering their next year of school.

For more information about careers in the electrical field visit electrifyingcareers.com and for information regarding information about electrical training programs, visit the National website at njatc.org.

 
IS THERE A COST?

Books and Tution are due at the beginning of each of the 5 school years, which is usually in July and costs approximately $1000 -$1300, depending on which year of school you are entering.  First Year apprentices should anticipate purchasing approximately $300 in tools during when beginning their apprenticeship.  Books and Tuition are non-refundable and due before the school year starts.  Exceptions will be made on a case by case basis. First Year apprentices start out at 40% of Journeyman Scale which at this time is $15.22/hour plus medical / dental / vision benefits and pension.

 

WHERE WILL I WORK?

The LU112-NECA Electrical JATC covers a large area. Our geographic region includes Southeast Washington and Northeast Oregon, specifically Asotin, Benton, Columbia, Franklin, Garfield, Kittitas, Walla Wallas and Yakima counties in Washington; Baker, Gilliam, Grant, Morrow, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa and Wheeler counties in Oregon.  Click here for a detailed pdf version of the Washington Map and here for a detailed pdf version of the Oregon map. Or scroll to the bottom of the page to see the overview of LU112 Jurisdiction.

 
LU112 Washington Inside Jurisdiction





LU112 Oregon Inside Jurisdiction


 


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Upcoming Events
Tri City Meeting
Dec 07, 2017
Local 112's Office 2637 W. Albany Street Kennewick, WA
Hermiston Meeting
Dec 14, 2017
148 E. Main Street Hermiston, OR
Yakima Unit Meeting
Dec 21, 2017
507 So. 3rd Street Yakima, WA
Tri City Meeting
Jan 04, 2018
Local 112's Office 2637 W. Albany Street Kennewick, WA
Hermiston Meeting
Jan 11, 2018
148 E. Main Street Hermiston, OR
 
 
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