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Apprentice 1 electrician are taking their first steps to becoming fully licensed Journeyman professional. Apprentice 1 electrician's assist all other electrician's on the job as needed and their primary focus is to familiarize themselves with all the parts and tools necessary to complete the job. Apprentice 1 electricians are expected to be in school and accumulate 2000 hours of on the job training before advancing to Apprentice 2.
Apprentice 2 Electrician's are expected to be more efficient at tasks than Apprentice 1. Apprentice 2 Electricians should know the basics of how to bend conduit and branch wiring. Apprentice 2 electricians are expected to be in school and accumulate 4000 hours of on the job training before advancing to Apprentice 3.
Apprentice 3 Electrician's should be proficient and bending conduit and branch wiring. Apprentice 3 Electrician's should be able to work with little supervision. Apprentice 3 Electrician's should begin reading blueprints proficiently and have a firm grasp of on the job requirements. Apprentice 3 electricians are expected to be in school and accumulate 6000 hours of on the job training before advancing to Apprentice 4.
Apprentice 4 Electrician's are able to work independently with very little supervision. They are proficient at conduit bending of all sizes and able to read blueprints with no problems. They should have a firm grasp of NEC code and be able to prepare material lists for all tasks required on the job. Apprentice 4 electricians are expected to be in school and accumulate 8000 hours of on the job training before advancing to Journeyman.
Journeyman Electrician are able work independently with no supervision. They are capable of troubleshooting, material ordering and be NEC code efficient. Journeyman electrician should be capable of supervising/mentoring others. Journeyman electrician should be familiar with all electrical systems including 3 phase and fire alarm systems. Journeyman electrician are expected to carry an active Utah Journeyman license and have 16 hours of continuing education every other year.
Electrical foreman are able to coordinate with all other trades on the job and be efficient at blueprint reading, material ordering, timekeeping and all aspects of supervision on the job. Foreman electrician work directly with the project manager and on site superintendent to ensure the project is completed as anticipated. Foreman electrician are expected to carry an active Journeyman license and complete 16 hours of continuing education every other year.