Training Program :: Sound & Communication Apprenticeship

Institution Profile

Organization: various


Address: 911 Bern Court, Suite #100

City: San Jose

State: CA, 95112

Location Website:

Program Website:

Program Type: Apprenticeship

Phone: (408) 453-3101

Program Description

A low voltage electronic and control systems equipment technician. Duties include: construction and installation, servicing and maintaining sound, pro-audio/video, fire/burglar, security/CCTV, access control, telephone/data and computer systems integration.

Application Process

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.


As an employee and union member you will be afforded excellent medical, dental and optical coverage as well as pension plan benefits.

Additional Information

  • An applicant must be at least 18 years of age. There is no maximum age.
  • An applicant must have a high school diploma or GED.
  • An applicant must be in good health and physically able to perform all phases of the work.
  • An applicant must have a valid California Driver's License.
  • An applicant must be able to speak, read and write English in order to comprehend instructions on the job and in related training classes and to ensure personal and co-workers safety on the job.
  • Must be able to distinguish colors.
  • Additional academic math requirements may apply. Contact individual programs for verification of academic math requirements.

Additional Locations

Location Name Address City State Phone
n/a3033 Alvarado StreetSan LeandroCA(510) 351-5282
n/a4056 Mission StreetSan FranciscoCA(415) 587-2053
n/a4675 Viewridge AvenueSan DiegoCA(858) 569-6633 ext.111
n/a5420 E. HedgesFresnoCA(559) 251-5174
n/a6023 S Garfield AveLos AngelesCA(323) 221-5881

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Program Length

Programs vary from thirty-six (36) to forty-eight (48) months with apprentices obtaining between 6000 hours to 6400 hours on the job depending on the individual program. The required supplemental classroom training hours also vary from 150 hours per year up to 204 hours per year depending on the individual program requirements.