ACE Credits 

 

American Council on Education

ACE credits are transferrable into most Colleges and Universities toward and advanced degree.

 

Cutting Edge Training

During the apprenticeship program students will learn not only the basics but cutting edge technolgies as well....

Keeping Current

Journeyman wiremen keep current with your skills....

Nationally recogonized

The training and skill you learn here can be taken across the United States to work in other IBEW Locals...

On the job

A brief look into what some of your on the job experiences may look like....

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  • Training For Our Future! Thanks Grayslake High School for a successful shadow day with some of your students!
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How to receive your credit transcript

 

ACE College Credits

The National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (NJATC) located in Maryaland has made arrangements with the American Council on Education to grant college credit for completing and IBEW/NECA electrical apprenticeship program.  Those who have completed their apprenticehsip since January 1, 1987 can apply for and be granted 47 semester hours of college credit for completing the inside wireman apprenticehsip program. 
Those who have completed the residential program will receive ? college credit for completing the program.
Those who have completed the installer/technician program will receive? college credit for completing the program.

Process by which you apply for the credits

Step 1.  Call our office to receive the necessary forms.  The JATC will need to verify the program you completed and sign the forms before sending them to you.

Step 2.  You will submit the College Credit Application and a $45.00 processing fee to the NJATC

Step 3.  You will be instructed on the paperwork to establish an account on the ACE website.  Once you are approved they will send you one free official transcript and allow you to order more if necessary.

 

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