Electrical measurements with multimeter tester

Registered apprentices must log their on-the-job training hours by submitting Monthly Progress Reports online by the 10th of every month.

Resources for Current Apprentices

Wage Scale

The Area IV Inside Electrical JATC Committee collected a wage survey from all registered training agents.  The wage was calculated by adding all the reported average hourly wages and dividing the total number of participating training agents.

The annual wage for 2022-2023 increased to $36.06 per hour for an average Area IV Inside Electrical journey worker.  See below for the wage breakdown for Area IV Inside Electrical apprentices.  The effective date is July 1, 2022.  

Average Journey Worker Wage: $36.05
Effective July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023

 

Period

%

Pay Scale

Minimum OJT

Required Related Training
(completion with grade C or higher)

CPR/FA Cards

1

40

$14.42

0

0

N/A

2

50

$18.03

1,000

72 hours

Current

3

55

$19.83

2,000

144 hours

Current

4

60

$21.63

3,000

216 hours

Current

5

65

$23.43

4,000

288 hours

Current

6

70

$25.24

5,000

360 hours

Current

7

75

$27.04

6,000

432 hours

Current

8

80

$28.84

7,000

504 hours

Current

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Kayleen Williams by phone at 503 598-7789 or email at kayleen@iecoregon.org.

CPR/First Aid Classes

Apprentices are required to obtain an Adult CPR/First Aid card within their first 90 days in the program and maintain a current card throughout its duration. IEC of Oregon regularly offers CPR/First aid classes to satisfy this requirement. You can view upcoming classes here.

Apprentices Referred to Test

If you have been referred to test and recently took your state exam, you can check the Building Codes Division website to see if you passed by clicking here. If you see your name posted with a license number, please send the apprenticeship department an email letting us know that you passed.

Washington State Trainee Card

If your employer has you work in Washington State, then you will need to obtain a trainee card to perform any electrical work there. If your employer needs you to obtain a card, you can find the necessary information on the Washington State Labor & Industries website here.

Veterans’ Benefits

This apprenticeship program is approved by the VA to offer VA benefits. If eligible, you may use veterans’ benefits while registered in this program. For more information, please see the Veterans Benefits Administration website here or call the VA at (888) 442-4551.

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