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Fresno F.A.C.T. is a non-profit
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Please contact our members directly for more information about their apprenticeship or training programs.

Build a Great Career and "Earn While You Learn!"
If you're 18 and have a high school or GED diploma, you may qualify for apprenticeship training in Fresno area mechanical, plumbing, or insulation industries that are dynamic and growing! Your training will be paid...so you can literally work with the best in the business and make a great living!

Mechanical Apprenticeship Programs
Good with your hands...as well as your mind? The Sheet Metal trade needs highly skilled and motivated craftsmen in heating, ventilating and air conditioning to design, fabricate and install. The industry has also grown with technological advances needing workers trained in energy efficiency, environmental air polution and architectural sheet metal.

For more information contact:
Isaac Camarena
Phone: (559) 255-3665

Plumbing Apprenticeship Programs
A variety of career choices await the Plumbing/Pipefitting apprenticeship graduate...plumber, pipe fitter, foreman, superintendent, or even project manager to name a few! Workers in the Pipe trades help design, install and service piping systems and equipment in industries such as semi-conductor, aerospace, health care, water treatment and commercial.

For more information contact:
Robert Topete
Phone: (559) 455-1526

Insulation Apprenticeship Programs
The Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers apprenticeship program provides the highest level of training to meet the professional challenges of the insulation industry. Skilled to apply, remove and repair many types of materials on industrial equipment, insulators are employed by construction companies, insulation companies and industrial plants.

For more information contact:
Bill Hodges
Phone: (707) 748-0160

Electrical Apprenticeship Programs
The National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (NJATC) requires electrical apprentices to complete a structured, national curriculum. This consists of class work and paid, on-the-job training, leading to their becoming journeymen wiremen, linemen, technicians/installers, or residential wirers. All NJATC graduates have superior skills in a wide range of electrical and electronic installations, and they continue to learn as the electrical industry changes. They know how to function as part of a team to get your electrical job done right the first time, on schedule and on budget.

For more information contact:
Chuck Stanton
Phone: (559) 251-5174 x 103