ATTENTION - Apprenticeship classes will RESUME in online format March 30, 2020. Click here for further information.
The March aptitude test, April application day and April interviews are being postponed out of an abundance of caution for COVID-19 (coronavirus).
At this time, we expect applications to be accepted on May 6, 2020 as usual.
Applicants that qualified for the March aptitude test and those scheduled for an April interview will be notified of their new dates by mail.
Out of Work List:
Effective immediately we will be signing apprentices, pre-apprentices, CWs and level 1 installers on to the out of work list electronically. Email the following information to email@example.com:
- Picture of your termination notice
- Full Name
- Phone Number
Welcome to the Kansas City JATC
- Programs: Review information for the on-the-job training programs we offer.
Applications: Covers everything you need to know about the application process for any of our programs.
Classes: Check here for upcoming classes held at the Training Center. Class sizes are limited so you must register for a class to attend. Registration is open to all members of IBEW 124.
JW Classes: Includes a list of all possible JW classes and allows registration for online JW classes.
CW CE Classes: Go here to review options and register for online CW/CE Classes.
Facilities: A look into the lab facilities available at the Training Center.
College Credits: Learn more about earning college credits during an Inside Wireman Apprenticeship.
Tool Lists: See current lists of the tools required for each of our training programs.
Related Sites: A list of links to websites related to the JATC.
If you are currently with the JATC and need to report your hours for the month, go to kchours.org.
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About the JATC
It is the Kansas City Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee's mission to provide the highly skilled workforce necessary to meet customer needs and ensure job satisfaction for electrical workers. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) join together to sponsor the most rigorous and respected apprenticeship training programs.