Inside Wireman
Updated On: Dec 09, 2020
Inside Wireman
Inside Wiremen perform the installation and maintenance of electrical systems for commercial buildings such as schools, offices, retail stores, medical centers, and warehouses; industrial projects such as oil refineries, paper mills, power plants, and manufacturing plants; as well as public works projects such as street lighting and water treatment plants.

Types of system installations include: electrical power and lighting, power distribution and metering, motor control, instrumentation and process control, building automation and energy management, and power generation - both conventional and alternative/renewable energy.

Requirements to complete the program are a minimum of 8,000 hours of supervised on the job training, satisfactory completion of the five (5) year Inside Wireman course material and acquisition of a Washington State General Journeyman Electrician license.

The classroom training is held during the day for forty (40) hours per week, Monday through Friday, in 1-week sessions spaced throughout the school year of September through July. All apprentices attend 6 class sessions per school year. The apprentices can receive unemployment benefits while attending day school from the Employment Security Department. Dormitory facilities located at the Mount Vernon training center are provided for Wenatchee area Inside Wireman apprentices while attending classroom training at no charge.

    306 Anderson Rd
    Mount Vernon, WA 98273
    Phone: 360-428-5080
    Fax: 360-428-3374

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