Operations Technician Apprenticeship

Overview

Description: Operations Technician Apprentices receives classroom and on-the-job training in the operation, maintenance, and minor repair of mechanical and electrical equipment in a water or wastewater treatment plant.

Industry: Construction, Trades & Green Jobs

Career Track: Water/Waste Water Treatment, Mechanical/Electrical Maintenance, Engine Repair, Housing Inspection

Training Provider: Baltimore City Joint Apprenticeship Program, www.baltimorecity.gov/trainingdivision

How to Enroll

Contact: Michael Alexander
410-545-3260

Or Visit:
201 E. Baltimore Street, 2nd Floor, Rm. 250 Baltimore MD 21202 map/directions

To Enroll You Will Need To:
Show a valid driver's license
Conduct an interview
Pass a drug test

The Basics

Cost:
Tuition/Fees: $0.00
Other Costs: May have to pay for licensure/certification

Length: Programs run form 1 year to 4 years depending on position

Classes Take Place: Weekdays
Varies

Learning Method: Classroom and on-the-job training

Location:201 E. Baltimore Street Baltimore MD 21202 map/directions

Public Transit Lines: Metro, MARC, Bus Visit MTA website for schedules

Eligibility

High School Diploma or GED Required? Yes

Other Requirements:

Can I get in if I have a criminal record? No felonies for Housing Inspector applicants

Support Services

Some programs offer support services to help you succeed. This program offers the following:
Stipend
Health Benefits come with position once hired

What Happens After Training?

What kind of job will I be ready for? Our apprenticeshave the job once they are hired- Baltimore City does not do job placement

Average Earnings: $12.50 - $14.99

How long does it usually take to find a job? Graduates usually start work right after training

What are my long-term job prospects? Apprentices have risen to ranks of plant managers and Supervisors

Certifications: Students receive DLLR Certificate recognizing apprentice as Journeyperson in field. Water operators must take MD Dept of Environment Water/Wastewater Certification Exam.

Program Outcomes

2011

Number Enrolled: 29

Number Graduated: (%)

Graduates Placed in Jobs: (%)
  Full-Time: (%)   Part-Time: (%)   Temporary: (%)

Operations Technician Apprenticeship

Overview

Description: Operations Technician Apprentices receives classroom and on-the-job training in the operation, maintenance, and minor repair of mechanical and electrical equipment in a water or wastewater treatment plant.

Industry: Construction, Trades & Green Jobs

Career Track: Water/Waste Water Treatment, Mechanical/Electrical Maintenance, Engine Repair, Housing Inspection

Training Provider: Baltimore City Joint Apprenticeship Program, www.baltimorecity.gov/trainingdivision

How to Enroll

Contact: Michael Alexander
410-545-3260

Or Visit:
201 E. Baltimore Street, 2nd Floor, Rm. 250 Baltimore MD 21202 map/directions

To Enroll You Will Need To:
Show a valid driver's license
Conduct an interview
Pass a drug test

The Basics

Cost:
Tuition/Fees: $0.00
Other Costs: May have to pay for licensure/certification

Length: Programs run form 1 year to 4 years depending on position

Classes Take Place: Weekdays
Varies

Learning Method: Classroom and on-the-job training

Location:201 E. Baltimore Street Baltimore MD 21202 map/directions

Public Transit Lines: Metro, MARC, Bus Visit MTA website for schedules

Eligibility

High School Diploma or GED Required? Yes

Other Requirements:

Can I get in if I have a criminal record? No felonies for Housing Inspector applicants

Support Services

Some programs offer support services to help you succeed. This program offers the following:
Stipend
Health Benefits come with position once hired

What Happens After Training?

What kind of job will I be ready for? Our apprenticeshave the job once they are hired- Baltimore City does not do job placement

Average Earnings: $12.50 - $14.99

How long does it usually take to find a job? Graduates usually start work right after training

What are my long-term job prospects? Apprentices have risen to ranks of plant managers and Supervisors

Certifications: Students receive DLLR Certificate recognizing apprentice as Journeyperson in field. Water operators must take MD Dept of Environment Water/Wastewater Certification Exam.

Program Outcomes

2011

Number Enrolled: 29

Number Graduated: (%)

Graduates Placed in Jobs: (%)
  Full-Time: (%)   Part-Time: (%)   Temporary: (%)