Phone: 603-224-4239

IBEW Local 490
JOINT APPRENTICESHIP & TRAINING

Joint Apprenticeship & Training Applicant Info

Chairman – Denis Beaudoin

Secretary –Dan Woods

Director – Jonathan Mitchell

Phone: 603-226-3964

Trustee – Scott Marquis

Trustee – Gary Desjardins

Trustee – Steve Scarponi

Trustee – Mike Krenzer

 National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee

48 Airport Road. Concord, NH 03301

Applicant Information

Requirements:

  1. Minimum age of 17 to apply and 18 to begin work.

  2. Valid drivers license.

  3. You must be a resident of New Hampshire or York County, Maine.

  4. Successful completion of an algebra class either in High School or post secondary program.

  5. Have possession of either a High School Diploma or GED certificate with scores.

  6. Receive a minimum score on the Aptitude test.

  7. Be able to perform work required of an Apprentice both mentally and physically.

Documentation:

  1. Diploma or GED certificate with scores.

  2. High School transcripts.

  3. Birth Certificate.

  4. Driver's license.

  5. We will take a photograph of you when you arrive to fill out Application

  6. DD 214 if prior Military.

Application Process:

  • Applications are accepted year round for the following years Apprenticeship class.

  • Applications must be filled out, in person at the above address.

  • All documentation must be received to complete the application process.

  • All applicants will be scheduled to take the National Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee’s Aptitude Test administered by this JATC.

  • Applicants who receive an acceptable score on the Aptitude test will be scheduled for an interview with this Committee.  


NJATC

The finest electrical workers in the country receive their training through the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee of National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). It's a model education partnership which produces the best-trained, most up-to-date electrical apprentices and journeymen in the country. All of the $100 million annually spent is privately funded.

Bureau of Electrical Safety and Licensing:

NH Electricians' Board/Staff

Field Staff:


Dean Sotirakopoulos- Chief Electrical Inspector
Dean.Sotirakopoulos@nh.gov

Alfio Torrisi- Electrical Inspector
Alfio.Torrisi@nh.gov
Belknap/Merrimack/Strafford/Sullivan and part of Rockingham County

Ken Vallery- Electrical Inspector
Kenneth.Vallery@nh.gov
Coos/Grafton/Carroll and part of Belknap County

Denis Laurendeau- Electrical Inspector
Denis.Laurendeau@nh.gov
Cheshire/Hillsborough/Rockingham County

Responsibilities:  Monitor apprentice cards and electricans' licenses to ensure compliance with established standards, investigate complaints, assist fire investigators with electrical fires. 

Pam Olin- Administrative Assistant
Pam.olin@nh.gov

Responsibilities:  Assists Board, manages office records, and financial aspects apprentice ID cards. 

Donna Knowlton- Program Assistant I
Donna.knowlton@nh.gov

Responsibilities: Master and journeyman licenses- new and renewal.

For further information, please contact Pam Olin, Administrative Assistant


States that are reciprocal with NH:

  1. Alaska
  2. Arkansas
  3. Colorado
  4. Maine
  5. Massachusetts
  6. Minnesota
  7. Montana
  8. Nebraska
  9. New Mexico
  10. North Dakota
  11. Oklahoma
  12. South Dakota
  13. Utah
  14. Vermont
  15. Washington
  16. Wyoming 
     

FUTURE SPECIALIZED CLASSES: Will be set-up based on interest and minimum participation of at least ten members. For more information contact Jonathan Mitchell at: (603) 226-3964

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