Friday, May 28, 2021
High demand; short (if any) waitlist times--apply today!
Get the scoop in this one-minute video!
Low Voltage Technicians specialize in installing, testing, servicing, and maintaining systems such as fire alarm systems, security systems, intrusion detection, access control, nurse call systems, CCTV, audio, networks, structured cabling systems for copper and fiber, and so much more.
Being accepted into a WECA apprenticeship program means:
- You get paid to learn on the job
- Your employer pays for your WECA education
- When you graduate, you're ready for your career, and you didn't have to take on any student debt
WECA is actively taking Low Voltage Apprentice applicants statewide in California, with little to no waiting period for qualified applicants. Do you have what it takes to succeed in a WECA apprenticeship? Click here to learn more and apply today to start your Apprenticeship journey!