Apprenticeship Training

Apprenticeship

Program Overview

The Apprenticeship Training program offered through Allan Hancock College is composed of three separate vocational training programs: Operating Engineers (Heavy Equipment) Apprenticeship, Electricians Apprenticeship, and Plumbers (Pipe Trades) Apprenticeship. Each program provides related and supplemental instruction to apprentices that are regulated by the California Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) and the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges (CCCCO).

On-the-job training is coordinated by the program sponsor and related and supplemental instruction is supported through Allan Hancock College for all three vocational training programs.

The primary objective of the apprenticeship program is to train workers in skilled occupations to meet the needs of the industry. The program is open to all individuals 18 years of age or older without regard to race, color, religion, national origin or sex. The major training received by an apprentice is on the job working for a signatory contractor or employer. Therefore, enrollment in all courses listed under Apprenticeship Training is limited to indentured apprentices and qualified applicants.

481 AH Electricity (3)

One and one-half hours lecture, four and one-half hours lab weekly in related trade theory. Prerequisite: Registration is limited to indentured apprentices and those awaiting indenture. Provides classroom theory directly related to skills performed at the work site, including tools and equipment, electrical principles and applications to basic AC-DC circuitry, motors, generators, controls, transformers, electrical codes and ordinances, related mathematics and drawing, and safety practices. (GR) (F,S)

Brian Gregory, Electricians Apprenticeship
Phone: 805-686-0903
sbjatc@verizon.net
www.sbjatc.com

484 AJ Plumbing (3)

One and one-half hours lecture, four and one-half hours lab weekly in related trade theory. Prerequisite: Registration is limited to indentured apprentices and those awaiting indenture. Provides classroom theory directly related to skills performed at the work site, including tools and equipment, materials, fixtures, layout, installation practices, blueprint reading, related mathematics, laws and regulations, safety practices, and employer-employee relations. (GR) (F,S)

Mark Foreman, Plumber (Pipe Trades) Apprenticeship
Phone: 805-688-1470

486 AH Operating Engineers (3)

One and one-half hours lecture, four and one-half hours lab weekly in related trade theory. Prerequisite: Registration is limited to indentured apprentices and those awaiting indenture. Provides classroom theory directly related to skills performed at the work site, including the repair and operation of heavyduty equipment, related mathematics, and science, particularly as they pertain to the electrical and hydraulic systems, and first aid and safety practices. The total program is designed for specialization in heavy duty mechanics. (GR) (F,S)

Larry Hopkins, Operating Engineers Apprenticeship
Phone: 562.695.0611

LOCATION

Industrial Technology Department, Building O
Marna Lombardi, Administrative Secretary
Phone: 805-922-6966 ext. 3335
industrialtechnology@hancockcollege.edu

Hours

Apprenticeship classes are located off site from Allan Hancock College and are offered in the evening and/or on the weekend.  Call the training centers listed above for more information on applications or contact the Industrial Technology office for general information on classes that can be taken at Allan Hancock College to compliment the Apprenticeship program training.  Industrial Technology Office hours are 8 a.m. to 1 p.m..  Office closed during the summer months.

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Last Modified Jan 21, 2014