Electrical Apprenticeship Program
NEW at BUCKS!
Bucks is partnering with Independent Electrical Contractors - Chesapeake (IECC) to offer this 4-year Electrical Apprenticeship Program.
Currently recruiting for Bucks' second cohort of students.
Information and details on how to apply for next cohort can be found at the IECC website: https://www.iecchesapeake.com/4-year-electrical-apprenticeship-program
When and Where
Instructional Method: Year 1, hybrid, online alternating with in-person classes
Location: Doylestown Public Safety Training Center, 1760 S Easton Rd, Doylestown, PA 18901
Program Dates: starting FALL 2020
Class Days and Times: Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm
About the Program
This intensive four-year apprenticeship training program is designed to provide an electrical apprentice with the necessary theory and practical training to earn the status of an electrician.
An electrician is a highly skilled tradesperson, who combines electrical theory, knowledge of electrical equipment, and the necessary job skills to safely and correctly perform services which enable consumers
to utilize electrical, low voltage and renewable energy for such purposes as lighting, heating, the operation of electrical equipment, motor control systems and appliances.
A hybrid of traditional classroom instruction and online, the IEC Chesapeake 4-Year Electrical Apprenticeship Program is based on the Mike Holt Curriculum. This program has the distinction of being one of few programs that focuses heavily on solar and other renewable energies in the 4th year.
Most of our students enroll with the ambition of earning their Journeyman or Master Electricians License, and many of our students go on to become Project Managers, Foremen, Estimators, and upper management.