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Explore the nature of work and tasks required for a career in today's electrical industry.


Explore the pathway to success available through an ATEI Apprenticeship with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local Union 98.


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In the Level 2 course students will learn the importance of developing their own leadership style. The course will cover some of the basic leadership models and discuss the skills and abilities all leaders need to be effective.

In the Level 1 course students will learn the fundamentals of effective supervision, leadership and management. They will learn how to develop problem-solving tactics and learn how to resolve conflicts in the workplace.

Students will learn about public speaking theory, and develop the skills needed to speak effectively in various situations. They will also learn about clear oral expression, informed critical thinking, research techniques, rhetorical modes, and group communication. Students will have the opportunity to write and deliver a speech.

The purpose of this course is to introduce American politics to the students. Focus is on such topics as ideology, public opinion, political behavior and voting dynamics, political parties, the presidency, Congress, foreign policy and national defense.

This introductory course on computers addresses most popular software packages that students will be expect to use and apply during their apprenticeship program. From Microsoft Word to PowerPoint and Excel, students will become familiar with the family of Microsoft productivity enhancement programs.

This course focuses on the fundamentals of the physical sciences that will be essential for students studying electrical theory.

This course examines the development of the union movement in the United States. The course covers legal, political and social issues affecting American workers. The diversity of the American labor movement and the important role that the IBEW played in the American labor movement will be emphasized.

This course provides a review of the conventions of sentence grammar, syntax, and punctuation. Students will analyze sample paragraphs, and practice writing paragraphs of different types. Learn about the elements of the multi-paragraph essay, and practice writing essays and improving their reading comprehension.

Students will develop proficiency in arithmetic topics such as whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percent’s, ratio and proportion, measurement and reading graphs. An emphasis is placed on the foundational math skills that are necessary to apply in their trade.