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On November 14, 2017, in recognition of National Apprenticeship Week, Atlantic Technical College (ATC) hosted a luncheon to recognize the important role our Apprenticeship coordinators play in making our Apprenticeship program successful. Attendees included representatives from Broward College, the lead partner on the American Opportunities Act Grant which provides funding for books, tools and supplies for apprenticeship students and programs, and Valvery Hillsman, Department of Education.

The apprenticeship staff at ATC include Robert B. Crawford, Director, Roseanne Farino, Apprenticeship Department Coordinator, and Maria Kavallas, Apprenticeship Department.

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Apprenticeship Training – Earn While You Learn:

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Apprenticeship is a method of training individuals, in a trade, using a combination of on-the-job skills development and classroom/lab related instruction. Atlantic Technical College serves as the Apprenticeship Local Educational Agency (LEA) for Broward County Public Schools and coordinates the largest number of apprenticeship training programs in Florida, operating in accordance with federal and state laws and rules.

Apprenticeship training offers the individual a chance to “earn while you learn.” In addition to a paid 40-hour on-the-job training work week under the supervision of a journeyperson, apprentices are required to attend related training on selected evenings and/or weekends. Wages increase as the apprentice raises their skill level through training and work experience. Apprenticeship training programs vary in length, depending on the trade and can take from two to five years to complete. There are both union and non-union programs.

Upon completion of an Apprenticeship program and meeting eligibility requirements, students may be able to transfer college credits to Broward College toward an Associate Degree.

The Council on Occupational Education (COE) does not accredit avocational programs such as ESOL, ABE, GED® Test Preparation, AAAE, or Apprenticeship. In addition, these programs do not qualify for Title IV financial aid assistance.

Apprenticeship Training Programs at Broward County Public Schools include:

Program Union Non-Union
Carpentry (Carpenter)   561-842-1063
Cement Mason (Bricklayer)   561-400-6345
Electrician 561-968-4400 954-580-2950
561-842-1063
Elevator Constructor/Mechanic 561-842-1063  
Glazing (Glaziers) 561-842-1063  
Heating and Air-Conditioning Installer-Servicer 561-842-1063 561-842-1063
954-580-2950
Industrial Pipefitter (Sprinkler Fitter/Pipefitter) 561-422-9821 x 2 561-842-1063
Line Erector (Lineman)   954-580-2950
Machining (Machinist)   954-292-0040
561-842-1063
Maintenance Repairer, Building (Step Up)   954-556-4100 x1405
Operating Engineer 954-434-8309  
Painting/Decorating (Painter) 561-842-1063  
Plumbing Technology (Plumber/Pipefitter) 954-525-1830
561-842-1063
954-530-6491
561-842-1063
Roofing 954-580-2950  
Sheetmetal   954-580-2950
Structural Steel Work (Ironworker) 954-524-3352
561-842-1063
 
Yacht Service Technician   954-524-2733
     

Upon completion of an Apprenticeship program and meeting eligibility requirements, students may be able to transfer college credits to Broward College toward an AS Degree.

For more information, call the Apprenticeship Training office today!
(754) 321-5261

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