What are the requirements to become an electrician apprentice?

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I was wondering the same not long ago. It turns out that there are different requirements depending on which US state you live in. But in general, you’ll need to have a high school degree before you start working as an apprentice. You may also be required to have a minimum amount of electrician training.

Taking electrician classes before you start working as an apprentice is often a good idea. While there is a lot you will have to learn on the field, there are some concepts that are a lot easier to explain and grasp within the confines of a classroom. On top of that, there are many types of electricians out there, and taking classes can help you decide whether you’d rather work as a lineman, residential electrician, or some other specialization.

Your choice of specialization will determine what type of training you should pursue, and what apprenticeships you should apply for.

The apprenticeship application process is often very similar to the job application process. You just send out a resume and go through the occasional interview. If you’re interested in learning more about becoming an electrician, try visiting this site.

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