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  • What is HRJATC?

    The Hampton Roads Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee, (HRJATC) itself is made up of three representatives from Local Union 1340, International Brothers of Electrical Workers (IBEW), and three representatives from the Atlantic Coast Chapter, National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA).  All individuals who are accepted in the apprenticeship training program are placed to work for signatory contractors of Local Union 1340 IBEW.  All apprentices in the training program are required to complete 8,000 on-the-job training hours as well as 1000 classroom related instruction hours.

    The HRJATC meets on a monthly basis to discuss and deal with the administrative issues of the training program.  The HRJATC is funded by a negotiated contribution that each contractor pays per man-hour worked. 


    Jan 08, 2020
    The classroom training is performed at the HRJATC's state-of-the-art facility at New Horizons Regional Education Center Woodside Lane Campus in Newport News, Virginia. The facility contains our hands-on lab that teaches apprentices how to perform the skills they will need on the job site.


    Page Last Updated: Jan 08, 2020 (09:55:58)
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