Monday, December 20, 2021
WECA has an immediate need for Low Voltage Apprenticeship applicants in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas!
Watch the video below for a quick rundown on WECA's Low Voltage Apprenticeship program.
WECA's Apprenticeship programs have been called the best in the West. High graduation rates; great reviews from Apprentices and contractors alike; to-the-point, up-to-date curriculum and on-the-job training, and a dedicated, experienced teaching staff and administration all contribute to the success of these programs.
We're actively seeking applicants for our Low Voltage Apprenticeship program in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas of California.
High demand from our contractors = little to not wait time for qualified applicants!
Each Apprentice enrolled in the Low Voltage Apprenticeship program works under the supervision of a journeyperson technician installing and testing, servicing and maintaining systems utilizing the transmission and/or transference of voice, sound, video, and digital signals for commercial, education, security, and entertainment purposes, as well as for fire, life, and safety purposes.
A WECA Apprentice's school tuition costs are paid by the WECA Member Contractors who employ them. WECA Apprentices attend classes in an accelerated and intensive format consisting of full-time classroom training and hands-on labs for consecutive weeks every five to seven months. Each two-week session is equal to one semester of classroom instruction. The rest of the time, Apprentices are learning on the job...and getting paid to do it! No college debt here. This is the alternative path to a rewarding and well-paying career.
The Low Voltage Apprenticeship program in California is a 3-year commitment to classroom and paid on-the-job training. Learn more and apply today!
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