Delivering the best trained electricians in the electrical construction industry.

Phone: (315) 782-1675

EJATC of Watertown, New York

APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

A five-year joint apprenticeship program

 

Journeyman

Journeyman Wireman status is recognized in every IBEW local in the United States and Canada.

 

Apprentices

The apprentice combines on-the-job work experience with classroom training.

 

Classroom

Apprentices completing this program have no loans to repay. Our program is tuition-free!

EJATC of Watertown provides Electrical Contractors ...

 

... in the Northern New York Region with skilled and knowledgeable Electricians (Inside Wireman). We are co-sponsored by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 910 (IBEW 910) and the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Northern New York Chapter (NNY NECA)...[you may view our geographical map by clicking here].

What You Can Count On.

IBEW/NECA Training Center

Best Trained Electricians

 

The IBEW has a long standing tradition of “Excellence in Training”. That's because we work hand-in-hand with the Electrical Training Alliance to deliver the best trained electricians in the electrical industry.

IBEW/NECA Training Center

Best and Brightest Workforce

 

Local 910 signatory contractors get the best & brightest workforce because they invest in union training and apprenticeship programs – the backbone of the electrical construction industry.

IBEW/NECA Training Center

Code of Excellence

 

The IBEW’s Code of Excellence program ensures that everyone is on the same page when it comes to a job. Our unique approach, a partnership jointly administered by both labor and management, allows our electricians to be more productive. Emphasis is placed on communication, leading to increasing returns on worker productivity, job site efficiency and accountability.

IBEW/NECA Training Center

Safety & Reliability

 

The Occupational Safety and Health Department (OSHA) is assigned responsibilities related to safety and health involving all trade jurisdictions of the IBEW. Further, Locals across multiple states are working with OSHA’s Strategic Partnership Program (SPP), helping inspectors gain a more complete understanding of workplace safety.

 

IBEW/NECA Training Center

NECA Partnership

 

The IBEW has a longstanding relationship with the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA). NECA contractors are held to rigorous standards set forth that ensure that the quality of work performed is of the highest quality.

IBEW/NECA Training Center

Professional, Skilled Workforce

 

Our professional craftsmen are skilled in every aspect of the IBEW electrical industry. We  continuously recruit, train and provide employment opportunities for  quality electrical workers, producing the best trained electricians in the world.

The Inside Wireman's job is to distribute and connect the customer's electrical equipment to a power source (Utilities, Generator, Solar and Wind). The Inside Wireman installs and maintains all of the various types of electrical systems found in commercial and industrial facilities. This equipment may be lighting and receptacles, to motors, to heating equipment, to systems that control the operation of all of a facility's energy usage.

 

The Inside Wireman installs conduit systems that contain the wire from the motor control centers or panel boards to all of the equipment that uses electricity. Those conduits may contain power cables or control cables. Many of the conduit systems are exposed and must be installed to exacting standards using neat and workmanlike craftsmanship.

 

The work of an Inside Wireman can vary. One day the Inside Wireman could be installing a Fire Alarm System or Security System in a high rise building and the next day he or she could be installing conduit in a ditch on the outside of the building. Inside Wireman also install electrical systems in industrial facilities such as chemical plants, power plants, chip manufacturing facilities and automobile plants. Each type of installation has specific electrical needs and systems to support those needs. While there are many tasks associated with the Inside Wireman classification, the apprenticeship training provides all of the knowledge necessary for an individual to perform these tasks in a professional manner while helping the individual to sharpen his or her skills and abilities to be the best workers in the electrical construction and maintenance industry.

You can expect professional, quality workmanship from start to finish
on every project completed by our Electricians.

Safety

We feel that nothing is more important than safety in all of our workplaces, at each job location, and among our employees - we relish a safe environment for all!

Ongoing Training

The nature of the electrical industry is forever changing. It is important our Electricians continue their education in order to do  their work with the most knowledge and efficiency possible.

Quality Workmanship

We believe in doing it right the first time, standing behind our professional installations to meet the needs of our customers, providing the highest quality work possible - on time, on budget!

Ours is a five-year joint apprenticeship program.

Meet Our Team

Alan Smith, Training Director

Alan Smith


Training Director, WTN

John O'Driscoll, Business Manager

John O'Driscoll

 

Business Manager, WTN

Dave Hoover, Asst. Business Manager, Plattsburgh

Dave Hoover

 

Asst. Business Manager, PLB

Travis Flint, Asst. Business Manager

Travis Flint

 

Asst. Business Manager, WTN

Allyson Baker, Admin. Asst.

Allyson Baker

 

Administrative Assistant