Our Apprenticeship program contains a four-year schedule of classroom, hands on and on-the-job training to satisfy the number of training hours (8,000) required to test for your Journeyman license with the State of Texas. Throughout the four-year program, you will work for one of our participating electrical contractors earning a percentage of the negotiated Journeyman wage. Apprentices currently start out at $17.00/hour. The current apprenticeship wage scale can be seen here.
Once you complete the apprenticeship program and obtain your State of Texas Journeyman License, you will have the opportunity to work for one of the signatory contractors as a journeyman electrician, with a starting wage of $34.00/hour. The curriculum and training of the apprenticeship program will also prepare you to work in a leadership positions such as: Foreman, General Foreman, Area Foreman. These positions manage other Journeyman, Construction Wiremen, Construction Electricians and Apprentices. Foreman wages start at $37.40/hour and can go higher than $44.20/hour.
For those Journeyman wishing to advance their careers further, they can test for their Master Electrician license once they have an additional 4,000 hours of work hours as a Journeyman.
Earn While You Learn
Apprentices start earning a livable wage as soon as they start working. They receive pay advancements throughout their apprenticeship based on performance.