All students must attend 12 weeks of training at one of our Training Centers. Students pay no tuition & no out of pocket expenses for tools. In fact, you will receive a stipend for each day of training and housing is provided if you reside more than 60 miles from the IMI Training Center in Lansing. You will receive an internationally recognized, portable credential upon achieving journeyman status.
In partnership with Washtenaw Community College (WCC), BAC University at WCC will grant 25 college credits to BAC members for the completion of a registered BAC apprenticeship program in conjunction with WCC’s online Construction Supervision program. Check it out by visiting this site!
Students receive job placement after graduating from a pre-job class. After registration with the US DOL Office of Apprenticeship as an apprentice, a 5% raise is received for every 6 months and 750 hours worked. The benefits beyond wages are health care, pension, union representation, and continuing education.
Applicants must: be a resident of Michigan that is at least 17 years old with a high school diploma or equivalent; take ACT WorkKeys assessments in Applied Mathematics, Reading for Information, and Locating Information; be a U.S. citizen; possess a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation; and pass a drug free test & general physical.
Fill out this application. The application cover letter supplies you with specific details. The Training Center will proctor ACT WorkKeys assessments when the application is submitted or you can submit documentation of your current ACT WorkKeys scores. For more information, please contact one of the training centers listed below and like us on Facebook.