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December 2014 Newsletter

2014 Outstanding Apprentice Award Winner

The JATC is proud to announce that the winner of the 2014 Outstanding Apprentice Award is Jason Iverson of IBEW Local 292.

On the last day of classes, Jason was presented with a certificate of achievement, along with a tool kit donated by Klein Tools.

Congratulations to Jason and to all the graduates of 2014 on a job well done, and for all your hard work these past three years.

(Sam DiPaola - Training Director (left), Jason Iverson (center), Rodger Kretman - IBEW Local 292 Business Manager (right), click on photo to enlarge)


To provide quality technical education to all members of the power-limited industry, particularly those who are employed by contractors signatory to the Minnesota Limited Energy Agreement.

Current Enrollment
  • 155 Indentured Apprentices

Scope of Work

The JATC provides apprenticeship training and continuing education for the power-limited electrical industry; specifically, to members and contractors signatory to the Minnesota Limited Energy Agreement.

Areas of technical training include but are not limited to:
  • Voice, Data, Video (VDV)
  • Fire Alarms
  • Security and Access-Control Systems
  • Audio
  • Computer Networking
  • Structured Wiring
  • 1st Aid/CPR
  • OSHA Construction Safety

Please click on Scope of Work for a complete list.

Unlicensed Registration Requirement with the State of Minnesota

The State of Minnesota requires all unlicensed electrical workers to be register as Unlicensed.  If you are unlicensed and performing electrical work in the State of Minnesota, you must complete the registration form found at the link below, and pay a $19 fee.
The registration requires an annual renewal.

In addition, installation credit for work performed after January 1, 2009 will not be granted unless you are registered as unlicensed.   Renewal of unlicensed registration will also require the completion of an approved, 2-hour NEC code class.

Minnesota Unlicensed Electrical Registration

Continuing Education

Our classes are approved by the Minnesota Department of Electrical Licensing and qualify to meet the requirements for continuing education to maintain/renew the Power Limited Technician License.

Members and contractor employees signatory to the Minnesota Limited Energy Agreement are elligible to register for classes at a reduced cost.