Apprenticeship Program

What Is Apprenticeship?

A combination of on-the-job training (OJT) and related classroom instruction under the supervision of a journey-level craft person or trade professional in which workers learn the practical and theoretical aspects of a highly skilled occupation.

  • 24 College Credits Upon Graduation
  • Earn While You Learn
  • Convenient Training Locations
  • Double Your Salary Over 4 Years

  • Address the industry’s need to stay competitive by investing in the development and continuous advancement of its workforce.

  • Meet the State of Maryland’s requirements for apprenticeship by participating in our state approved program.

Trades Offered

  • Carpentry

    Carpenters are one of the most versatile construction occupations, with workers usually doing many different tasks.

  • Electrical

    Electricians install and maintain electrical power, communications, lighting, and control systems in homes, businesses, and factories.


    HVAC mechanics and installers work on heating, ventilation, cooling, and refrigeration systems that control the temperature and air quality in buildings.

  • Plumbing

    Plumbers install and repair pipes that carry liquids or gases to and in businesses, homes, and factories.

  • Sheet Metal

    Sheet Metal workers fabricate or install products that are made from thin metal sheets, such as ducts used for heating and air conditioning.

  • Sprinkler Fitting

    Sprinkler fitters develop procedures, design and install systems to prevent fires from destroying structures.

Additional Trades Include

  • cement masonary
  • drywall
  • glazier
  • heavy equipment operator
  • laborer
  • masonry
  • painting
  • pipe insulator
  • reinforced ironwork
  • roofing
  • steamfitting
  • structural ironwork
  • welding
  • pipefitting

ABC offers the tools to build a career in the construction industry. Apprenticeship is a proven way to make it to the top.

ABC’s apprenticeship training programs are fully approved and accredited by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER), U.S. Department of Labor, Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Council, and the Veterans Administration.

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