Fresno F.A.C.T. is a non-profit
Labor Management Alliance.
IBEW Electrical Apprenticeship Program - Safe & Reliable Workforce
Rescue The Children
Clovis Community Medical Center
Chukchansi Hotel, Spa & Casino
Pacific Ethanol Inc., Madera Plant
Saint Agnes Hospital Tower
Please contact our members directly for more information about project details, and to learn about the important aspects of the positive community impact and economic benefits of working with F.A.C.T. Members.__
Our members serve Fresno, Madera, Tulare, and Kings Counties.
PROJECTS & CASE STUDIES
Each issue of our eNewsletter highlights important projects and profiles significant benefits realized by descision makers who utilize the skills and experience of F.A.C.T. Member companies and organizations.
As you prepare to move forward with the planning of your next project, these detailed facts and figures are designed to help you communicate the power of your vision by demonstrating the successes of our members when presenting to key stakeholders, constituents, government agencies, financial institutions, environmental groups, and civic or social organizations.
We are here to provide you with the planning and execution for labor and construction which will enable your project to come to life with the highest degree of industry standards.
The Joint IBEW/NECA Electrical Apprenticeship Program - Safe and Reliable Workforce Critical to Successful Projects
We sent our crew out to talk to industry leaders about how regional business and civic leaders rely on having a highly trained skilled workforce ready to work on electrical projects.
Take a moment to watch to the quick interview below as F.A.C.T. Board Member Dick Caglia of Electric Motor Shop and Supply Co., discusses the importance of using skilled labor who have participated in the joint IBEW/NECA* Electrical Apprenticeship Program.
Mr. Caglia's long family history of success in the field provides a high level of insight into the critical significance of safety and training in the electrical industry, explaining "...you can trust that these fellows and ladies know what they're doing."
(File size 2 MB) Dick Caglia
We also had the chance to sit down with Chuck Stanton, Training Director of the Electrical Apprenticeship Program at the Fresno Area Electrical Training Center and were interested to hear more about the program.
Watch the clip below to learn specifics about how a highly skilled workforce has numerous economic benefits for our region's future. Mr. Stanton describes how public safety can be directly affected, adding some eye opening statistics on the nature of our safety at home that really put safe electrical installations into perspective.
(File size 1 MB) Chuck Stanton
The National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (NJATC) requires electrical apprentices to complete a structured, national curriculum.
To learn more about the Electrical Apprenticeship Program, simply click here to navigate to our "Apprenticeships" page.
*The IBEW/NECA electrical construction industry is training more than 42,000 apprentices a year for jobs in the industrial, commercial, residential, and telecommunications sectors utilizing Apprenticeship Programs. This training is offered at more than 300 locations throughout the United States by NJATC. It is sponsored by the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). In addition, IBEW/NECA managers and instructors receive specialized training at the National Training Institute sponsored by the NJATC at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.