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Old 02-28-2015, 06:18 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by HARRY304E View Post
The only difference in the Union School is ,The union pays for it.
I went through a non-union program and my employer paid for 100% of my schooling. I completed a certificate program at the local community college and they also sent us to several different seminars, such as a week long Fanuc robotics class in Detroit.
Originally Posted by HARRY304E View Post
See if you can land one with a large Commercial Electrical contractor because it is more likely that they will send you to school on their dime..
Many of the large manufacturers also offer industrial electrical apprenticeships and schooling is paid for by the employer.
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