The Multi-Occupational Trades degree offers a combination of on-the-job experience provided by a registered apprenticeship training program and related general education courses. The program is intended for students already enrolled in an apprenticeship program approved by the Joint Apprenticeship Training Council (JATC). Students enrolled in apprenticeship courses who are interested in this degree should contact their apprenticeship coordinator for more information.
Specialized Program Information
Completion of (or concurrent enrollment in) a registered apprenticeship program that includes a minimum of 6,000 clock hours of on-the-job training (OJT) and a minimum of 450 clock hours of related supplemental instruction (RSI) certified by a Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee (JATC). In addition to the completion of OJT and RSI clock hours, students must complete 17 credits of general education coursework to earn the applied science degree.
Contact Information for Apprenticeships
Skagit Valley College is affiliated with two Apprenticeship programs, the Northwest Carpenter’s Institute of Washington, and the Northwest Washington Electrical Industry JATC.
Although these apprenticeship programs are affiliated with Skagit Valley College, each program has its own coordinator and selection procedures. Generally, applicants must be at least 18 years old, have a valid Washington state driver’s license, and go through a selection process which might include a written test, physical test, drug test, and/or interview.
If you are interested in applying to one of these apprenticeships or would like more information, please log onto the program’s website.
Northwest Carpenter’s Institute of Washington
Northwest Washington Electrical Industry JATC