PEAT

Plumbing Electrical Apprentice Training
PEAT: Plumbing Electrical Apprentice Training

Better Jobs, Better Pay and Lifelong Careers

Help Wanted. The Construction Industry is Hiring ... Are You Ready?

NCTC has partnered with the Texas Workforce Commission to develop and oversee an apprenticeship program specifically to train individuals like you for entry and advancement in the Plumbing or Electrical trade. From basic job-site safety to tool use, understanding drawings and communicating with peers and customers, this is the hands-on training that helps you get the certifications and training that can provide not just jobs but better pay and a lifelong careers.

Any requirements?

You must be:

  • Between the ages of 16 and 24
  • Unemployed and not currently enrolled in school
  • A U.S.. Citizen or certified to work in the U.S.
  • If male, registered for U.S.. Selective Service

This program is fully funded by a grant from the Texas Workforce Commission so there is no cost for participants.

NCTC’s Career Services staff will even help you with connecting to hiring companies to maximize your newly acquired skills. Seems simple enough, so take the first steps to “Better Jobs, Better Pay and Lifelong Careers”.

Electrical Apprenticeship

Certifications for electrical include:

  • Smart Automation Certification
  • Alliance C-201 Electrical Systems Certification
  • OSHA-10 Safety Certification
  • Arc Flash NFPA 70e Certification
  • TDLR Texas Department of Licensing Electrical Apprentice License

Plumbing Apprenticeship

Certifications for plumbing include:

  • PHCC Academy Certification
  • Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Contractors
  • OSHA-10 Safety Certification
  • TDLR Texas Department of Licensing Plumbing Apprenticeship License

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