Watson Apprentice Takes First Place at the NC State Fair Electrical Apprentice Contest
Raleigh - Watson Electrical Construction Co LLC's (WECC) apprentice Wesley Sartain (Raleigh) won first place in the 2018 NC State Fair Electrical Apprentice Contest.
The contest measures the apprentice’s mastery of skills such as conduit pipe bending, knowledge of the National Electrical Code, the accuracy of layout and installation, the operation of an energized system, and safety.
WECC had eight apprentices competing in the NC State Fair Electrical Contest. They are Timothy Amerson (Rocky Mount), fourth place; Joseph Hensley (Raleigh), sixth place; Steven Hofmann (Charlotte); Cody Jones (Winston-Salem); Jesse Marban (Raleigh); Jon McMillian (Wilmington), ninth place; Christopher Pavelek (Raleigh), tenth place; and Wesley Sartain (Raleigh), first place.
The Watson Apprenticeship Program is a standardized, performance-based, electrical training program accredited through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and operating under the Standards of Apprenticeship registered in the states of NC, SC, and VA as well as the Federal Department of Labor and the Veterans Administration. Training received in our program is recognized nationally.
Contact our recruiter Eric Emde at 252-299-0842 or email@example.com if you would like information on how you can become a Watson Apprentice.
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