Electrical Apprenticeship

The Palmer Center is the host site for the classroom component of the registered apprenticeship program. 

The Electrical Apprenticeship Program is a four year program meeting two evenings per week from 6:00-9:00 pm, from September to April that prepares apprentices for the Journeyman’s exam.  Each year apprentices are required to earn 150 hours of classroom instruction. Tuition is $1450 for each of the four years, which includes all books.  Apprentices should be working in the field to acquire 8,000 hours of related work experience as an apprentice to a Journeyman or Master electrician. Successful completion of both components are required in order to sit for the Journeyman's exam.

If you'd like to receive registration information in June, please submit your email address here.

For more information contact Caryn Noonan at cnoonan@sau81.org or 603-886-1237.


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Tuition assistance may be availble to you through the NH Charitable Foundation Medallion Fund Scholarship.