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Electrical Apprenticeship Programs Approved for Michigan
This self-paced, online program will prepare Electrical Apprentices for the Michigan Electrical Journeyman's Exam.  The program specifically focuses on the knowledge and skills needed by Michigan Electricians working primarily in the residential and commercial building trades.  




Trainees will receive a comprehensive foundation covering all aspects of:
  • Safety
  • Tools
  • Print Reading
  • Electrical Principles and Measurements
  • Grounding/Wiring 
  • Equipment, Motors, PLCs
  • Understanding the National Electric Code

​The Michigan approved Electrical Apprenticeship Training Program includes everything the apprentice and employer needs, online - study materials, testing, grading, instructional support and reporting.  Employers can track employee progress through an online learner management system. allowing sponsors to view grades and progress in real time. 



NOTE: The USDOL Office of Apprenticeship requires a minimum of 144 hours per year and 576 hours for the full 4-year program, including the Michigan Electrical Board's required minimum of 450 hours of core training

Minimum Program Duration, per DOLOA: 576 hours (144 hours/year x 4 years); Penn Foster's duration as listed: 600 hours 
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To help you register your Electrical Apprenticeship Program in Michigan

Rick Bruno
518-894-5125
rick.bruno@pennfoster.edu