Electrical Instrumentation Technician in a hardhat working on site

Electrical & Instrumentation Technician Apprenticeship

Electrical and instrumentation technicians test or modify electrical machinery or control equipment in industrial and manufacturing settings. 

Electrical and instrumentation technicians typically:

  • Work under direction of engineers or technologists.
  • Use precision calibrators to test, repair, replace, clean, or adjust precision instruments such as timepieces and automatice control devices.
  • Interpret blueprints and sketches.
  • Use precision measuring devices and tools, soldering equipment, magnifiers, and grinders.
  • Adjust or repair electrical relays and switches.
  • 5-year program
  • 10,400 hours of on-the-job learning
  • 1,008 hours of paid related instruction
  • Additional related instruction as may be required
Application Requirements

To qualify for this apprenticeship opportunity, applicants must meet the following requirements:

Employer: Meet entry requirements of employer (varies)
Education: High school diploma or equivalent
Application: Applicants apply directly to participating employers. 

Get Started

If you meet the application requirements listed above, do the following to get started:

  1. Obtain direct employment through a company that operates an apprenticeship program or a similar sponsorship.

  2. Contact Raquel Nowak to learn about the application process:

    Raquel Nowak
    Apprenticeship Training Representative
    Bureau of Apprenticeship
    Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development