Apprenticeship & Craft Training

Apprenticeship/Craft Training is career education combining on-the-job training and related classroom instruction.  Electrical Apprenticeship lasts four years, plumbing apprenticeship lasts two years. During this time the apprentice works under the supervision and guidance of a journeyperson while going to school one night a week. ABC's apprenticeship program is the education component and ABC does not guarantee employment. After a student is enrolled in ABC's program we can send unemployed students' contact information to training employers, but the hiring process is between the student and employer.

ABC's Apprenticeship Program is approved training for apprenticeship students registered with the U. S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship and is accredited through the NCCER, affiliated with the University of Florida. 

The ABC Apprenticeship/Craft Training Program now has 2 locations:
Tulsa Location  |  1915 N. Yellowood Ave.  |  Broken Arrow, OK  74012
OKC Location  |  505 NE 46th Street  |  Oklahoma City, OK  73105

For the first night of class bring pen, notebook a government issued ID card.

For more information contact Becky Taylor, Vice President | Education & Safety, at (918) 254-8707 or [email protected].

Enrollment Application - 1st Year Application (continuing students are automatically enrolled in the next class) 
Enrollment Applications accepted from July 15th to August 15.

2022/2023 Apprenticeship Dates:
Electrical 1 Class - Mondays at 5pm
Electrical 2 Class - Mondays at 5pm
Electrical 3 Class - Wednesdays at 5pm
Electrical 4 Class - Wednesdays at 5pm
Plumbing 1 Class - Thursday at 5pm

2022/23 School Calendar - classes start the week of September 12, 2022

Electrical & Plumbing Apprenticeship Training Program Information

Program Rules & Policies

 

 


Payment Arrangements

Typically, apprentices/craft trainers get a job in the field and the employer sponsors him/her into school at ABC.  The payment arrangement is between the employer and ABC.  If the employer passes any of the cost of school to the student that arrangement is between the employer and the student.

If a student wants to attend school without a sponsor, payment arrangements must be made upfront. 

 

 


Notice Of Nondiscriminatory Policy As To Students
The Associated Builders and Contractors of Oklahoma Apprenticeship school admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis or race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and other school-administered programs.