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Wyoming Electrical Apprenticeship

Are you an Electrical Contractor in Wyoming and having trouble getting high quality, affordable training for your electrical apprentices? The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Associated Builders & Contractors has the solution to your problems:

Advantages of the program:
  • Approved by the Wyoming Electrical Board
  • Open enrollment - start at any time
  • Lowest cost training alternative
  • Just $450 per level of apprenticeship
  • Apprentices successfully completing an apprenticeship level receives certificate of completion
  • Flexibility - your electricians study at their own pace, on the schedule you determine
  • Curriculum meets or exceeds the U.S. Department of Labor, Federal Office of Apprenticeship and Training (OAT, formerly know at BAT) standards
  • Fully accredited: Curriculum developed by the NCCER
  • Instructor Training Manuals are available to help with teaching the classes
  • Combine correspondence training with on-the-job training for maximum success
  • We accept checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
  • Prepares students for the Journeyman’s Exam
  • Training improves your bottom line


Printable PDF Form

Please note: ABC provides the classroom curriculum for use in your in-house training program and third party grading of tests, your company must submit an Application for Apprenticeship Training Program to the Wyoming State Electrical Board for approval.

The state of Wyoming requires ALL apprentices, regardless of status, must be enrolled or intend to be enrolled in a bona-fide apprentice training program before registration or renewal can be completed.
An apprentice electrician shall be required to work four (4) years, a minimum of 8000 hours under the direct supervision of a licensed journeyman or master electrician.

What are the general procedures?
Upon receipt of your registration we will order the appropriate books to be shipped directly from the publisher to your company. We will also mail copies of the appropriate tests.  The apprentice can then proceed at their own pace and take each module using the textbooks and classroom instruction for the learning process.  EACH TEST MUST BE TAKEN IN A CLOSED-BOOK, PROCTORED ENVIRONMENT.  Submit each test back to ABC for grading.  They can submit tests in batches or one-at-a-time, your option.

Monthly the apprentice coordinator will be sent an update report showing all tests received to date, the grades, the questions missed and the date the tests were graded.  All apprentices for each company will appear on one sheet.

As the apprentice finishes each level of coursework, a certificate of completion will be mailed to the company.

Questions?: Contact Kim Grosel or call 303.832.5812