Looking for a career in the Construction Industry?

ETAK offers apprenticeship and other programs to start a career as an Electrician. ETAK programs are not just classroom time instruction. Most of your time will be spent on a job earning a paycheck while you learn electrical skills. On the job training coupled with related classroom training is required to become a true craft worker.

Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship is perhaps the oldest, most time tested and proven way for one to learn a trade or occupation. An apprentice is one who is indentured (contracted) with an apprenticeship sponsor (employer or group of employers). Today, the joint program established by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) nationwide have over 40 thousand apprentices in training.

Learn more about apprenticeship.

CW/CE program

Those not interested in nor qualifying for the apprenticeship program may have an interest in another employment and training opportunity we have. We refer to this program as the Construction Wireman Construction Electrician (CW/CE) program which affords employment and training opportunities that can also lead to Journey Level status.

Learn more about the CW/CE program.