Get a strong start in a rewarding career.
Great electricians aren’t born; they’re taught. Our apprentice program is a four-year educational program accepted by the Bureau of Apprentice Training within the U.S. Department of Labor. The program, which accepts both high school graduates and those with GEDs, has helped thousands of electricians further their experience and careers in jobsites across the Southeast.
Some electricians and linemen begin in our apprentice program and later become journeyman electricians, project foremen or even superintendents. Some opt for a different track and become estimators or project managers.
Interested in a rewarding career with a company that believes employees are one of its greatest assets? Learn more about the apprentice program. Call 803-748-1122 and get your new career started today.
An electrical apprenticeship teaches basic installation of all types of electrical systems. Apprentices learn safety and trade practices in a mix of learning environments including useful on the job training.
Typical Electrician Job Path
Foreman — Project Electrician
Superintendent — General Foreman
Lineman apprentices learn repair and maintenance of overhead transmission and distribution electrical lines. Apprentices learn technical trade and safety practices in the classroom and on the jobsite in a career that can include extensive travel across the U.S.
Typical Lineman Job Path
OH Lineman C-A Classes
OH Journeyman Lineman
OH Line Foreman
Some apprentices begin in either the electrician or lineman track and opt to pursue a position within the company as an estimator or project manager.
Interested in a rewarding career with a company that believes employees are one of its greatest assets? Learn more about the apprentice program. Call 803.748.1122 and get your new career started today.