FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE PLUMBERS & PIPEFITTERS APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

How long does the apprenticeship program last?
The apprenticeship program is a five-year program. During that time, you will be required to complete 252 hours of classroom training each year in addition to field work.

Do I get paid during the apprenticeship program?
As soon as you are accepted into the program, you will begin to receive progressive wages. Benefit options are available after 600 hours of work time.

How much does the apprenticeship program cost?
Local #94 provides classroom and on-site training at no cost to the member.

Where are classes held?
Classes are held at the 13,000 square-foot training facility at the Local #94 office building. The building includes six classrooms and four hands-on shop areas – each geared toward a different course discipline.

Will I receive college credits during my apprenticeship?
Through a partnership with Owens Community College, you will receive credits toward your Associates Degree in Construction Management. All costs are covered by Local #94. For more information, please visit the UA Local #94 office.

What qualifications/certifications will I receive?
By the time you successfully complete the apprenticeship, you will have all required state, county and city certifications and qualifications.