Metropolitan Water District Of Southern California J.A.T.C.
Apprentice electricians install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair industrial electrical equipment and systems. This equipment includes pumps, motors, motor controls, transformers, circuit breakers, electrically operated valves, switchgear, variable and constant speed drives; programmable logic controllers, emergency generator systems, power systems, and lighting systems.
The program is approved by and participants are registered with the State of California. Upon successful completion of the required on-the-job-training (OJT) hours and instruction, the apprentice will receive a completion certificate from the State. The coursework is also part of the approved curriculum for Santiago Canyon College. Students will receive credit for courses taken during their apprenticeship that can be used towards obtaining a certificate or Associate degree.