What is Apprenticeship?

Apprenticeship is a training method that has successfully produced craftsmen for centuries. Tradespersons have always known the best way to teach new workers is by using the knowledge of older, experienced journeymen and master craftspersons.

By incorporating modern instructional methods and the proven training process of the centuries, apprenticeship has proved to be the most effective way of educating quality electricians for our current and future workforce. Electrical Apprenticeship is a structured method of training you to become a skilled electrician. One part of the training is working for a FEAT participating electrical contractor where you learn the hands-on skills required for your job as an electrician. The second part of your training is the classroom instruction. Here you'll learn theory and code -- the technical aspects of the trade.

The following will answer some of the questions that you may have about the FEAT Program.

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