The Toledo Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (TEJATC) is located at 803 Lime City Road in Rossford Ohio. The TEJATC is committed to not only providing an educated, well-trained workforce through a cooperative labor-management education program, but also to helping workers develop the complex skills, knowledge and abilities needed to retain highly paid, prestigious jobs in the electrical construction industry. The Toledo Electrical JATC pledges to educate workers through diversified on-the job training, supervised by qualified journeypersons and related technical classroom instruction.

The Toledo Electrical JATC is a bona fide, registered apprenticeship program with the Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training.

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Hands on activities are also an integral part of the curriculum today whereas in the past there were no hands on activities in class, it was all done on the job by journeypersons. Today apprentices and journeypersons earn as much as sixty eight semester hours of credit toward and Associate Degree in Applied Science with an Electrical Major.