Getting your wires crossed at work? Maybe it’s time to consider an electrical apprenticeship!

There’s no doubt about it: We live in the information age, and there aren’t many aspects of our lives that aren’t improved or influenced by technology. Many of the latest technological advancements now allow us to make changes sitting at a desk entering a few keystrokes into a computer. But that doesn’t change the fact that we will still always need people who know how to work with their hands, and aren’t afraid to “get under the hood” and deal with wiring and circuitry.

Becoming an apprentice electrician through the Arkansas Construction Education Foundation’s Electronic Systems Technician Program means making a commitment to a rigorous 2- to 4-year competency-based program, after which you will have extensive knowledge of alarm, telecommunication, and entertainment electronic systems. Each electrical training center that we operate in Arkansas is staffed by the most talented and experienced professionals, who will provide you the perfect combination of challenging classroom instruction and hands-on experience. All of our apprenticeship courses are accredited by the National Center for Construction Education and Research, and utilizes the NCCER curriculum to provide every student the opportunity to apply everything he or she has learned in both the classroom setting and on the job.

Since 1994, ACEF has provided quality training to produce a safe, competent and professional workforce for contractors. If you’re a self starter and enjoy working with both your hands and your head, contact us today, and take the first step toward a rewarding new career!

For more information on any of our programs at ACEF, contact us online or at (501) 372-1590.