Architecture & Construction






Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Technology Apprenticeship:

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Program Hours:
450 - Classroom Instruction
6000 - On-the-Job Training

Program Information Contact:
Paul Kocsis 386-447-4345 Ext 1236

Campus Location:
Flagler Technical College
5400 E. Hwy 100
Palm Coast, FL 32164


Program Description:
The HVAC Apprenticeship program prepares students for employment or advanced training in the heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration and ventilation industry.

Registered Apprenticeship is a highly structured training system in which the apprentice works full-time (40 hours per week) during the day for a sponsoring employer, learning skills of the trade. Apprentices earn a progressive wage – as their skills increase, their wages increase (usually every 6 months). There are both union (joint) and non-union (non-joint) programs. Apprenticeship programs are required to abide by State and Federal Apprenticeship Rules and Regulations. The Heating & Air Conditioning Installer Servicer Apprenticeship program is a three year program

Students must be working in the field to be eligible for this program.

Licensure/Certification: A certificate of completion is awarded to a student upon successful completion of all program requirements.

Careers:
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Electrician Apprenticeship:

Department of Education Apprenticeship Program

Program Hours:
600 - Classroom Instruction
8000 - On-the-Job Training

Campus Location:
Flagler Technical College
5400 E. Hwy 100
Palm Coast, FL 32164

Program Information Contact:
Paul Kocsis 386-447-4345 Ext 1236

Program Description: 
The Electrician Apprenticeship program prepares students for employment or advanced training in the electrical industry.

Registered Apprenticeship is a highly structured training system in which the apprentice works full-time (40 hours per week) during the day for a sponsoring employer, learning skills of the trade. Apprentices earn a progressive wage – as their skills increase, their wages increase (usually every 6 months). There are both union (joint) and non-union (non-joint) programs. Apprenticeship programs are required to abide by State and Federal Apprenticeship Rules and Regulations. A minimum of 144 hours of related instruction for each year of apprenticeship is required. The Electrical Apprenticeship program is a four year program.

Students must be working in the field to be eligible for this program.

Licensure/Certification: A certificate of completion is awarded to a student upon successful completion of all program requirements.

Careers:Career information can be found here. Electrician Summary Report here.
(CIP Code [6 digit]: 15.0506).