The American Council on Education (ACE):  Individuals participating in our apprenticeship training programs may apply for college level credit. The American Council on Education (ACE) has evaluated the Inside Apprenticeship Program and has awarded up to 60 semester credit hours. The Outside Apprenticeship Program has been awarded 25 semester credit hours. Applications for college credit are available by contacting the North Alabama Electrical JATC. 

The North Alabama Electrical Training Alliance Apprenticeship Program is registered with the Department of Labor, Board of Apprenticeship Training (BAT), and therefore falls under the guidelines and regulations of this Agency.

Veterans Educational Benefits:  The North Alabama Electrical JATC has also been approved by the Veterans Affairs Department and the State Approving Agency, Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education, to offer instruction and job training under 38 U.S.C. Chapters 30, 32, 36, and Chapter 1606. 

Introduction Movies

Interested in electrical apprenticeship?

Here are some great introductory movies so you can learn more now.

Play Classroom Instruction movie

Play JATC and Your Future movie

Play Sample Jobs movie

Play What is an Apprentice movie

Earn while you Learn

An apprenticeship combines on-the-job training with classroom training.

You will work year-round for electrical contractors and attend classroom sessions during the academic year. As you learn by doing, you are paid directly by the contractor with whom you are employed. While progressing through the training, you receive guaranteed promotion and pay raises.

Apprentice Services

Apprentices can now log into their personal web account.

With Apprentice Services you can enter Monthly Work Reports, update Contact Information, view Employment history, Work Report history, Advancement history and Class history, including grades and test scores from the current class you are attending.