Are you looking for a skilled career in the electrical industry with IBEW 743?
Do you want to make a livable wage, while learning the ins and outs of the electrical industry from our skilled instructors? Are you looking for a challenging career where you can work with your hands and also spend time outdoors? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you should apply to become an IBEW 743 apprentice.
Year after year, the IBEW 743/NECA Electrical Training Alliance has provided quality training in order to produce the best journeymen in the area. From building, installing and upgrading electrical systems in the region, our journeymen work in many industries such as industrial, residential and commercial jobsites.
By securing good wages, solid benefits and safer jobsites, our union helps build a better future for all working families.
Receive excellent wages and benefits with IBEW 743
Apprentices have the opportunity to earn while they learn, allowing them to learn the electrical trade, while receiving a livable wage and benefits. Apprentices are paid through a structured wage schedule, with pay increases throughout their apprenticeship. They also receive the same benefits as the other IBEW 743 members including comprehensive health coverage, prescription plan, eye and dental plan and excellent retirement benefits.
Limited or no costs for electrical training
With hundreds of thousands of dollars invested annually into our training program, through a joint effort by our contractors and our members, we equip apprentices with high-quality training to help them be successful as journeymen. The fund provides an industry-leading education, at little costs, to apprentices. Apprentices must pay a yearly tuition of $150, plus the cost of their school books.
Working in the construction industry can be dangerous and working with electricity further increases the risk of danger. The IBEW 743/NECA Electrical Training Alliance is proud to offer our apprentices and journeymen industry-leading Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training to help keep them safe on the jobsite. OSHA safety training not only keeps electrical workers safe, but also ensures the safety of everyone else on the jobsite. Safety is part of our collective bargaining agreement (CBA), as we believe workplace safety is a right that should be afforded to every worker.