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PROGRAM

APPRENTICE COMMITMENT

Each year of our four-year apprenticeship program consists of a minimum of 144 hours classroom and hands-on training paired with at least 2000 hours of on-the-job training. Apprentices learn in and out of the classroom and should be prepared to balance a full-time job with the classroom commitment. The most successful apprentices are on time, willing to work overtime when it is offered, passionate, and dedicate time to learn the NCCER material and maintain an 80% or better classroom average. As a leading industrial electrical contractor, Dubak Electrical Group sets the highest standards for quality craftsmanship, leadership, and safety. Dubak U is committed to meeting those standards by providing quality education, interactive hands-on workshops, and equipping today’s apprentices to be the leaders of the future.

DUBAK U SCHEDULE

March 

April

May

June

August

September

Application process

Initial Interviews

Final Interviews

Apprentice Class Selected

4 Week Core Bootcamp

(M-F, 40 hrs paid)

Level One Begins

(M,W,Th, 3hrs/night,

every other week, unpaid)

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