Test Drive The Trades
The construction wireman (CW) program brings you valuable career experience but doesn’t leave out the competitive pay. This entry-level position in the electrical industry is an opportunity to test out the trade and requires no formal education or prior qualifications. Find good work, steady pay, great benefits and opportunities to climb the ladder. Want to start on Monday?
Do I need previous experience?
No. No previous experience is required for the CW program. We’re here to teach you and keep you safe.
Are there opportunities for advancement?
Yes. Participants in the CW program have the opportunity for up to seven significant raises in the first five years. You’ll start with an hourly wage of $14.56 with the opportunity to earn $33.28 in five years’ time. This calculates to be over $70k a year working 40-hour works weeks.
Do I need a degree/other education?
No. The CW requires no formal education or prior qualifications.
How do I get into the CW program?
All you have to do is apply and interview! No cover letter, resume or prior qualifications necessary.
How do I move on to the apprenticeship program?
The CW program is a great way to get your foot into the door of the electrical industry and the experience you gain can be helpful for moving on to the apprenticeship program. This tuition-free apprenticeship includes two classes a week for nine months as well as the opportunity to work, earn money and get hands-on experience in the electrical trade.
Am I required to apply for the apprenticeship program?
No. The CW program is a great way to transition into becoming an apprentice, but not everyone will want to take that path. Whether you’re looking to start your career or just make money quickly, the CW program is for you!
Do I get hands-on experience?
Yes. The CW program allows you to gain hands-on experience and learn by doing.
Contact us below to schedule an interview or receive more information about the CW program.
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