Apprenticeship (5 programs)

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Step Up to Green Electrical and Plumbing (Grant-funded Program)

Vermont Works for Women
Winooski, VT

This seven-week pre-apprenticeship is a terrific entry into the field for women who want to get a ‘step up’ on their learning before making the longer-term commitment of a full apprenticeship for the electrical or plumbing fields. In partnership with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), the Plumber and Pipefitters Union (PPU), the Vermont Department of Labor and Vermont Green, VT Works for Women can offer its participants a comprehensive, hands-on introduction to the technical skills of both trades. In addition, participants will receive classes in employability skills and trainings related to these career tracks such as OSHA 10, CPR/First Aid, cover letter and resume work and applied math. [Read More]

Worcester Joint Apprenticeship and Training Fund (Grant-funded Program)

Worcester Electricans Local 96 (IBEW Local 96)
Worcester, MA

Worcester Joint Apprenticeship & Training Fund has developed a training program designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of electrical journeymen and apprentices to the level required to make safe and code compliant solar installations on homes, and industrial and commercial establishments. [Read More]

Wind Energy Apprentice (Online Program)

Middlesex Community College
Bedford, MA

Wind energy companies are growing exponentially to meet America’s demand for clean, renewable, and domestic energy. This online, entry-level Wind Energy Apprentice course prepares you for a career in the wind energy industry. This course covers the fundamentals of hydraulics, and basic theory and practice of electrical circuits, including calculations as applied to alternating and direct currents.  [Read More]

Energy Efficiency Training – Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee

Sheet Metal Workers L.U. #17 Training Center
Dorchester, MA

With its new laboratory system that includes all major components of a typical heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) system, Sheet Metal Local Union 17 Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) offers a energy 40-hour energy efficiency training program. This program is structured to have participants move from the classroom to the lab to simulate actual on-job conditions/skill requirements on the latest technology for HVAC testing, adjusting and balancing technicians. [Read More]

Building Energy Efficient Maintenance Skills (BEEMS) Program (Grant-funded Program)

Asian American Civic Association
Boston, MA

The Building Energy Efficient Maintenance Skills (BEEMS) Program is a 22 week job training program that teaches the fundamentals and basics of building repair and maintenance. Students learn carpentry, plumbing, electricity and appliance repair by combining hands-on training and classroom learning. [Read More]