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What types of work do Union Electricians and Technicians Do?


Inside Electrician:

Inside Electricians are able to layout, assemble, install, repair, and test entire electrical and electronic systems.  Along with their electrical training, journeyperson electricians must have a complete working knowledge of blueprint reading and know the National Electric Code and local codes. There is of course the hazard of electrical shock and burns from “live” wires. Therefore, safe work practice is a must. Electricians must be mechanically inclined, physically fit and enjoy working with mathematical formulas. Electrical work is performed both indoors and outdoors in all temperatures and weather conditions.


Telecommunications Installer Technicians:
Telecommunications Technicians install circuits and equipment for telephones, computer networks, video distribution systems, security and access control systems and other low voltage systems.


Residential Electricians :

Work in a residential setting (single and multi-family dwellings). Major duties for Residential Electricians include planning and initiating projects, establishing temporary power during construction, rough-in, installing wire and cable, trim out, troubleshooting and repairing of residential electrical systems.



How Do I Qualify for the Apprenticeship?

  • $10.00 application fee

  • Be 17 years of age

  • Have a valid State or Federal ID

  • Possess a high school diploma or GED

  • Successfully completed Algebra I (transcripts required)

  • Receive qualifying score on Aptitude Test

  • Where Do I Apply for the Apprenticeship?

Apply online HERE


Cincinnati Area Electrical JATC

5455 Glenway Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45238

Training Director: 
Charlie Kenser

Office:  513-281-6924
Fax :    513-281-6934
Email:  ckenser@electricaltc.org
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM