The Austin Electrical JATC works primarily with three Pre-Apprenticeship Programs to offer alternative pathways into our electrical apprenticeship.
Lone Star CTT
Lone Star Construction Trades Training provides a 40 hour, hands-on training that covers basic electrical theory, electrical code, blueprints, tool safety, and hands-on training to include wiring switches, GFCI receptacles, 3 way switches, duplex receptacles, conduit bending and wiring a panel.
MC3: Multi-Craft Core Curriculum
With the Multi-Craft Core Curriculum (MC3), you can pick up the tools and techniques of Skilled Trades, from plumbing to electrical work to sheet metal and iron work, under the guidance of master craftworkers.This pre-apprenticeship core curriculum is 120 hours of classroom training. Some crafts may add 40 additional hours as a precondition of entry with credit for the program.