Currently the only method to gain access to the PCC Training Program is through a sponsorship:
This program is a three-year program that requires the completion of 4500 hours of on the job training as well as 144 hours per year of related class room training.
Apprentices in this program also receive OSHA 30 hour safety certification course, the scaffold safety course, JLG certification, PRO-10, and first aid, AED and CPR Training. We also offer a correspondence course for those who live too far away to attend the metro program.
Taxable Income: Base Rate + Vacation Pay + IU Dues = Taxable Hourly
Metro Journeyman Example: $31.74 + $2.58 + $1.38 = $35.70
Each area has different wage scales and benefit packages. To view the full package that would apply to you follow this link to the 2015 wage addendums.
|A. Pointing & Re-pointing of Masonry Joints||1125 Hours|
|B. Cleaning Building Exteriors (Pressure Washing & Sandblasting)||450 Hours|
|C. Repairing & Replacement of Natural & Manufactured Materials||525 Hours|
|D. Masonry Removal & Replacing||150 Hours|
|E. Application of Sealants (Caulking)||450 Hours|
|F. Scaffolding & Rigging||375 Hours|
|G. Weatherproofing & Waterproofing||150 Hours|
|H. Patching Masonry Elements||150 Hours|
|I. Mold Making & Casting||105 Hours|
|J. Use & Maintain Tools & Equipment||150 Hours|
|K. Repairing Concrete||675 Hours|
|L. Welding Certified||195 Hours|
|TOTAL OF 4,500 HOURS OF ON THE JOB TRAINING REQUIRED|