The inside wireman does the electrical work on industrial, commercial, and private structures and installations. Work consists of installing conduit, wire, distribution and service panels, lighting fixtures, motors and controls. Much of the work may be outside, in all kinds of weather, and involve reading of plans, codes, and specifications.
School consists of an initial six to seven week session, with four additional sessions approximately once every year. Classes are held eight hours a day, five days a week, at the Electrical Training Centers in Anchorage and Fairbanks. There is a total of 1400 hours of class-related training.