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Apply to become an apprentice in the trades

Discover registered apprenticeship and related training programs.

The Division of Apprentice Standards (DAS)

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Contact your nearest apprenticeship program. To get a sense of which building trades apprenticeships are available, find a local union program or a non-union program near you, or view our list of registered apprenticeship programs to contact the appropriate program sponsor. 

Fees for Apply to become an apprentice in the trades

Payment must be made immediately following application submittal

Apprentice ID card: $35 per apprentice/per year
Dispensing Optician Apprentice Application: $40 per apprentice (one‐time fee)

Name Fee Unit
Annual apprentice ID fee $35 each

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After you have found the right program for you

  • Once you have found an Employer (open shop) or a Union willing to sponsor your apprenticeship, you are ready to start.
  • Pipefitter, Refrigeration (10 tons+), and Sprinklerfitter apprentices must register for licensure with the Bureau of Engineers. These links explain the steps: Sprinklerfitter ApprenticeRefrigeration ApprenticePipefitter Apprentice,  
  • If the sponsor does not have a registered apprenticeship, they will need to contact the Division of Apprentice Standards (DAS) to register.
  • Next, complete your training through your sponsor.
  • Once your training is completed DAS will issue a Certificate of Completion.

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