Description of Program:

The Heartland Electrical Apprenticeship Committee sponsors the Electrical Apprenticeship Program. Program completion requires that you perform 2,000 hours of related class training and 6,000 hours of on-the-job training (OJT).

The Electrical Apprenticeship program is a selective admission program restricted to individuals who are employed in the electrical industry and are working for a participating employer.

Prospective students who are currently working for a participating employer in this area are encouraged to apply for selection to the Apprenticeship Committee before August of each year. The program begins on the first Tuesday of September each year. A list of the participating employers is available upon request. Individuals who are interested in the program must first seek employment with one of the participating employers. Once employed, the individual can then ask the employer to sponsor them within the apprenticeship program. 

For more information, call Fred Hayes 863-201-7195 or email This program is registered with the Florida Department of Education and is recognized by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship Training. This is a limited access program.

Length: 2,000 contact hours and 6,000 hours on-the-job training / 21 occupational credits