Local 110’s JATC
Our apprenticeship consists of a five-year program registered with the Virginia Department of Labor. It includes a minimum of 168 hours annually of related classroom instruction, in addition to the minimum of 10,000 hours of on the job training provided by the employing contractor over the five year apprenticeship. Apprentices normally work a full day and attend related training two nights per week at the training center.
The related training subjects include science, math, drawing interpretation and plan reading, building codes, and applicable shop labs. In their third year the apprentices may elect to specialize in one of the following career paths: Pipefitting, Plumbing, Mechanical Equipment Service (HVAC) & Pipe Welding
In addition to the technical instruction apprentices receive training in several areas including: OSHA 30, Medical Gas, Medical Gas Installer’s Certificate, Rigging & Signal Persons Certificate & First Aid including CPR certification
Active military and getting out soon?
We also partner with the United Association’s Veterans in Piping Program.
While your military career may be coming to an end, the countless skills and experiences you have acquired throughout your service can benefit you for the rest of your life. Let us help you put your skills and experiences to the test when you enter into the highly in-demand piping industry, which is full of career opportunities and can provide a stable future for you and your family. Click the link below for more information.