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At a Glance

In our Electrical Apprenticeship workforce training program, you will learn residential, commercial and industrial electrical applications. Continue to work fulltime while attending classes and achieve journeyman status in just 4 years.

Approx. Number of Hours:

600 classroom; 8,000 on-the-job training

Program Cost:**

Varies based on agreement with your employer

Est. Hourly Wage:*

$8-16 per hour

Min. Occupational Requirements:

18 years old or older; must be employed and sponsored by a licensed electrical contractor

Electrical Apprentice Job Overview

An Electrical Apprentice is a tradesman specializing in electrical wiring and fittings. Work undertaken may involve the construction of new buildings or maintenance of existing electrical infrastructure.  

This trade is regulated for safety reasons by the State of Maryland and Maryland counties. Working hours are primarily daytime. 

Licensure/certification earned

Journeyman certification from the Maryland Department of Labor.  


Not all courses are offered within every term schedule.

Additional Information & Program Requirements

This training is presented in partnership with the Electrical Apprenticeship Program of Carroll County and Carroll Community College. The Electrical Apprenticeship Program of Carroll County has been conducting this training for more than 16 years in Carroll County and is approved by the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR). 

You must be accepted into the apprentice program before registering for classes. For more information about the program, contact Linda Daigle-Jones at 410-876-0484 or

Apprenticeship to Degree: A New Path for Workers in the Trades

Factory Workers Internal Audit Ryan Gibson is a Carroll Community College student enrolled in the Electrical Apprenticeship program. Gibson’s interest in the field stems from his love of working with his hands while engaging his mind in complex electrical projects. “There are many creative aspects of the job that I…

Read More about Apprenticeship to Degree: A New Path for Workers in the Trades

Interested in enrolling?

Contact our Workforce, Business & Community Education Office (Room A115) if you have any questions or concerns.

410-386-8100 |

*Wages are based on data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and are estimates only. 

**Unless noted, cost does not include any required textbooks and related materials, applicable licensing fees, background check fees, testing fees or prerequisite courses.