These high-demand positions are a mix of on-the-job training and classroom training
Jumpstart your career!
Many professionals embark on a successful career journey through an apprenticeship program.
Participating in an apprenticeship program gives you a unique experience of practical, industry-relevant learning.
Do apprentices get paid?
Yes! All of our HVAC Apprentices and Electrician Apprentices get paid. We have apprenticeship programs for those wanting to earn wages while learning valuable skills.
We offer apprenticeship programs in two fields in the commercial and industrial sectors: HVAC and Electrical. These high-demand positions are a mix of on-the-job training and classroom training.
Did you Know?
- 93% of apprentices who complete an apprenticeship program retain employment with an average salary earned of $77,000
- High-demand trade areas result in aggressive salaries, benefits, and flexibility
- By 2030, 79 million skilled tradesmen will retire, while only 41 million new workers will enter the workforce.
Many factors make apprenticeships compelling for individuals looking to enter different fields and embark on a successful career.
Apprenticeships are curated to educate technicians with the best industry standards and practices.
Technicians are immersed in the latest technologies and techniques that apply to the relevant sector. This relevancy sets apprentices up for a successful career.
All our programs are 100% paid, so you can earn a competitive wage while you learn valuable credentials.
Apprenticeships provide the opportunity to work closely with experienced professionals who serve as mentors. Mentors will share their vast industry knowledge throughout the apprenticeship program and offer personalized feedback.
This collaboration will help apprentices refine their skills and develop industry-specific expertise. Learning directly from seasoned experts is a valuable aspect of apprenticeships that propels new technicians into successful careers.
Hands-on learning and Problem-Solving
Apprenticeships offer functional, on-the-job training, allowing aspiring professionals to gain invaluable hands-on experience. This hands-on learning is crucial in HVAC and electrical work, as it helps apprentices develop the skills and techniques required to tackle real-world scenarios.
Apprenticeship programs also allow rising professionals to gain a deep understanding of the regulations and industry-specific techniques that are crucial for specific jobs.
Your Future is BrighT
If you are seeking a way to start your career on the right foot, an apprenticeship program is an excellent option. It is a great way to learn new skills, gain valuable experience, and network with professionals.