Carve your path to success at TP Mechanical

DSC_4427 ApprenticeAt TP Mechanical, we recognize that the future of our industry depends on the training of skilled workers. That’s why we’re committed to training the next generation of skilled craft workers. TP Mechanical’s apprenticeship program and ongoing education initiatives offer employees the chance to advance their knowledge and expertise.

The Apprenticeship Program’s success with employees is due in part to the combination of in-class and on-site job training. The in-class portion of our program is enhanced by quality instructors who have years of experience and were selected by TP Mechanical personnel. The on-site training takes place in the field where you will get the chance to acquire knowledge alongside their classmates.

Our current group of apprentices will attend a recognition event on June 19, and those who have reached the end of the four-year program will officially graduate. TP Mechanical will advertise for applicants to the next class of apprentices in June. Be on the lookout and you could be a part of the program next year.

What is your path to Success?

TP MechanicalBuck,Daniel_apprentice banquet cincy LOW RES DSC_6746 seeks out apprentice candidates based on their commitment to the work, attitude and their desire to learn. Many of the people seeking to become apprentices are new to the skilled trade. Therefore, we provide the skills and training to make them successful. Our company leadership believes in developing our culture by promoting within and coordinates learning plans to build individual capabilities and our workforce.

Which Trade?

Three trade options are offered for extended training during the four-year Apprenticeship Program.

Courses offered include:

Fire Protection

  • Processes that go into a fire protection project
  • Studying the design and fabrication aspects of fire protection systems
  • Preparation for State of Ohio or Kentucky fire protection licensing tests

Plumbing

  • Processes that go into plumbing and piping systems, fixtures, and welding
  • Studying state and international plumbing codes
  • Preparation for the Journeyman tests

Sheet Metal

  • Processes that go into HVAC systems design and construction
  • Indoor Air Quality and Commissioning
  • Fuel gas code and mechanical code

 

By The Numbers
Our apprenticeship program consists of a minimum of 8,000 on-the-job training hours and 576 hours of classroom learning over the course of 4 years.

Contact Us for more information on the apprenticeship program. Start now on your path to success with TP Mechanical.