With a sponsoring contractor in your
selected field, you can work 40 hours a
week and attend training classes two
nights a week. Plus your tuition is free!
Some of the credits earned in these pro-
grams may count toward an AS degree
in industrial management technology.
Associated Builders and Contractors
In just four years, you can become a
journeyman in the fields of plumbing,
carpentry, fire sprinkler, HVAC electrical
technician or sheet metal fabricator,
while earning a good salary. Job
opportunities include project manager,
estimator, sales person and business
owner. Contact the program manager
at 813.879.8064 for details.
Independent Electrical Contractors
Earn a salary while training to be a
residential wireman, telecommunications
technician or electrical journeyman
in four years or less. Job opportunities
include electrician, systems technician,
project manager, estimator and business
owner. Contact the program manager
at 727.499.0727 for details.
Get paid while you learn.
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UA Local 123, Plumbing and Pipefitting
Plumbers, pipefitters and heating/
ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC)
specialists are highly skilled technicians
whose talents are in demand. After
spending five years working with experi-
enced journeymen and earning a salary,
the union will place you in a position as
a plumber, pipefitter, HVAC technician,
estimator, project manager or sales
person. Contact the dean’s office
at 813.253.7449 or email
.
UA Local 821, Sprinkler Fitters
Train to be a technician specializing in
designing, installing, and maintaining
sprinkler and fire protection systems. Earn
a salary during your five years of training,
and then join the ranks of experienced
fire sprinkler technicians through union
job placement. Contact the dean’s
office at 813.253.7449 or email
.
apprenticeship programs
“It’s mission critical for
the entire construction
industry that training
the next generation of
our workforce is at the
top of the priority chain.”
Steve Cona, III, president/CEO
of Associated Builders and
Contractors’ Gulf Coast Chapter
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