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Apprenticeship with UCC

Take control of your future!

Position yourself for advancement opportunities in your industry of choice.

Become an apprentice and earn wages and benefits as an employee while attending related training classes. Completion of the apprenticeship program lays a solid foundation for earning a certificate or Associate of Applied Science degree.

Apprenticeship is not only on-the-job-training; it's a career that requires an investment of time, resources, and dedication to the learning process. Apprenticeship is sponsored and supported by the employer, but made successful by the dedication of the apprentice. Apprentices must assume responsibility for their education and look to the employer for support and guidance.

UCC’s apprenticeship programs are regulated by the BOLI-ATD.

Apprenticeship Programs

Apprenticeship programs start with apprenticeship committees. All employers of apprentices can become involved with an ongoing committee or they can organize a committee for a new apprenticeship program. Apprenticeship committees decide their current and future training needs and develop guidelines for their own programs. Consultants from the Bureau of Labor and Industries, who are familiar with industry standards and related training guidelines, work with the committees to develop their programs.

Local apprenticeship committee members represent both labor and management of particular companies and work with the college to implement the apprenticeship programs.

Local Apprenticeship Committees

Douglas Coos Curry Industrial TATC (MA 4007)

The Douglas Coos Curry Industrial TATC offers the following apprenticeships:

Each of these trades is a four-year program. Apprentices complete 8000 hours of OJT and 576 hours of related classroom training.

Roseburg Industrial Electrical JATC (MA 4011)

The Roseburg Industrial Electrical JATC offers the following apprenticeships:

Area 4 (Roseburg) Inside Electrical JATC (MA 4016)

The Area 4 (Roseburg) Inside Electrical JATC offers the following apprenticeship:

This four-year program includes 8000 hours of OJT and 576 hours of related classroom training.

Why UCC?

Why UCCAt UCC, you can earn a variety of certificates and degrees that can enhance your current career or place you in the workforce sooner. Plus, UCC offers:

• Expert faculty dedicated to teaching
• Personal attention and small class sizes
• Online classes

Contact

Prospective students should visit Advising and Career Services to get started and then see a program advisor (below) to develop a more focused educational plan.

Penny Groth - Contact
Apprenticeship Coordinator
Phone: 541-440-4675
Fax: 888-406-4511

 

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