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NWACC's Workforce apprenticeships are ideal for those who enjoy working with their hands, problem solving and learning the mechanics behind the systems that keep buildings up and running.
As a student, you are able to earn while you learn. In addition to working full time, you'll attend one four-hour class each week.
Learn more about each program:
- GED or high school diploma
- Students must be 18 years of age
- Current employment in the trade with a licensed plumber or electrician
Completion of apprenticeship awards a US Department of Labor credential recognized nationwide.
Plumbing and electrical programs require state licensure.
NWACC is also developing a Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) USDOL apprenticeship. Learn more about the HVAC apprenticeship and certificate of completion: