Electrical Apprentice Classroom Training is designed to provide the necessary classroom concepts and theory required to become a state-licensed Journeyman Electrician. This classroom work supplements required work experience. Two courses per year are offered over a four-year period. Once a student starts the program, an apprentice license must be obtained through the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing (dopl.utah.gov). Once obtained, the student can continue attending courses, work the required hours, and complete the state examination. Upon passing the state exams, the graduate becomes a Journeyman Electrician. This program is a partnership between UBTech and local industry. The employer provides on-the-job training and UBTech provides classroom instruction.
Electrical apprenticeship training is a partnership between local employers and UBTech. The employer provides the on-the-job training experience and UBTech provides the classroom instruction. Some topics covered include Ohms Law, resistors, circuits, wire tables and conductor sizes, math for electricians, AC & DC theory, etc. Th e National Electrical Code (NEC) is
Upon completing the state examination, graduates will be licensed as Journeyman Electricians.