Electrical Apprenticeship Program
The Iowa Central Apprenticeship Program is designed to assist electrical contractors to get their employees licensed by the State of Iowa. Students interested in taking the apprenticeship program must be working for an electrical contractor who is registered with the State of Iowa, and the student is required to be working for a licensed Journeymen or Master electrician to clock 8000 hours of OJT. Once the Iowa Central Community College Electrical Apprenticeship coursework is completed, and the student has clocked 8000 hours of OJT, the student will be eligible to take the state electrical exam.
The electrical field has a lot to offer the right candidate. It is among the fastest growing technical fields. Success in this field of study is directly related to being able to apply theories and practical applications. They both draw upon mathematics, first aid/safety and the National Electric Code. Large and small businesses are in need of individuals who have gained knowledge through a demanding and precise program. This program is approved by the Department of Labor, meets the state of Iowa's licensure educational requirements and the courses are credited and can be applied to an AAS degree.
Iowa Central's Electrical Apprenticeship Program combines theory, lab work and employer provided work experience. The curriculum provides students with a broad knowledge base with targeted detail for understanding the National Code. OSHA 10 hour and CPR certification are earned upon completion of the program. Therefore, a student will be able to apply newly acquired knowledge in a relatively short period of time.
The campus has a spectacular structure. ICCC has individual learning, as it is a school with a "smaller" number of students, the teachers give you more attention which helps you better understand the subject. The ARC helps students, as there is a reading and writing center inside, as well as tutors for general subjects.