How to apply

LIMITED ENERGY CLASS A TECHNICAN PROGRAM
3 year apprenticeship program

VIEW/PRINT CLASS A TECH. INFORMATION & APPLICATION

LIMITED ENERGY CLASS B TECHNICAN PROGRAM
2 year apprenticeship program

VIEW/PRINT CLASS B TECH. INFORMATION & APPLICATION

APPLICATION OPENING DATES 

IEC OFFICE
11481 SW HALL BLVD. SUITE 100
TIGARD, OR  97223  

 

Applications Accepted
o
nly on the following dates

10:00AM - 4:00pm

Mandatory Orientation & 
Interview Dates

 Applicants Notification
Dates

1st Date 2nd Date 3rd Date
June 6th June 7th June 8th

June 13th at 3:00pm

On or before June 23rd

 August 1st August 2nd August 3rd

August 15th at 3:00pm

On or before August 25th

September 5th  September 6th  September 7th  September 12th at 3:00pm

On or before September 22nd 

October 3rd  October 4th October 5th

October 10th at 3:00pm

On or before October 20th  

November 7th November 8th  November 9th    November 14th at 3:00pm

On or before December 1st 

Program Application, Minimum Qualifications & All Additional Documentation Must Be Submitted Together.

How to Apply The Limited Energy apprenticeship program serves Clackamas, Clatsop, Columbia, Hood River, Multnomah, Tillamook, Yamhill, Wasco, Washington counties and in (WA) Clark county.

Applicants must fulfill the following: Minimum Requirements

  • Must be at least 17 years of age to apply (may not be registered until 18 yrs of age) 
  • Have a high school diploma or GED or Associate Degree or higher from an educational institution accredited by a state education agency;
  • Completion of one year of high school algebra, Integrated Math 2, or equivalent post-high school algebra course(s) with a grade of C or better, or equivalent math placement test scores

Documentation of the minimum requirements listed above must be submitted during an opening to qualify for the program. All additional documentation must be submitted no later than 4pm on the last day of the opening.

Algebra Requirements, Placement Testing, & Algebra Assistance

The Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee understands the struggles that a Potential Apprentice may encounter when trying to meet the program entry requirements. We would like to offer some assistance with learning the basics of Algebra so that an applicant is able to pass the college placement test.

Algebra assistance available to applicants seeking help with the Algebra entry requirements:

Algebra Help or Math League
Take a college placement test scoring high enough to place you in one of the following math classes:

Portland Community College - Math 65/70
Clackamas Community College - Math 65

Linn Benton Community College - Math 65
Chemeketa Community College - Math 70
Mt. Hood Community College - Math 80

Additional Employment Conditions: 

Employers may require a pre-employment drug screening test

Employers may require a valid driver’s license & meet the employers liability insurance carrier requirements

Employers may require a background check