IBEW Local 58
Michael Richard
Business Manager/Financial Secretary

 

Apprenticeship

 

DETROIT ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY TRAINING CENTER
2277 E 11 Mile Rd Suite 1
Warren, MI 48092

Phone: (586) 751-6600
Fax:      (586) 751-6699

Website:  www.detroiteitc.org

                                    

         What are the Benefits of Electrical Apprenticeship and Training?

 Safer working conditions
Advancement opportunities

Guaranteed pension benefits
Learn while you earn
Pride and dignity 
Excellent wage rate
Paid health insurance
Career with a future 
State-of-the-art training

 

APPLICATIONS for the DETROIT JATC APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING PROGRAM at http://www.detroiteitc.org/apprenticeships/

 

                       

 

INSIDE CONSTRUCTION

This is a FIVE (5) year program that will require the apprentice to attend classes at the Training Center one day every other week. Each school day is for eight hours. The apprentice will be employed by a signatory contractor doing electrical construction work. The apprentice will be paid a percentage of the journeyman wage rate and will receive periodic wage increases as they meet the program requirements.

TELE-COMMUNICATIONS

This is a THREE (3) year program that will require the apprentice to attend classes at the Training Center one day every other week. Each school day is for eight hours. The apprentice will be employed by a signatory contractor doing tele-communication work.

Residential Electricians

Basic Requirements
Must be a high school graduate or have a GED certificate.
Must have completed one year of high school or post high school algebra (no GED math scores will be accepted).  
Must have the legal right to work in the United States.

 

 

 

 

 

 
IBEW Local 58 - 1358 Abbott St. - Detroit, MI - 48226
Phone: 313.963.2130 - Fax: 313.963.9348