Ammonia Technician

Ammonia Technician

An ammonia refrigeration technician is responsible for maintaining, repairing, and examining refrigeration systems, working specifically with ammonia refrigeration to perform preventative maintenance to refrigeration systems. They also respond to any breakdowns , meaning they may need to be on call to conduct emergency repairs. These technicians must be able to perform physical tasks such as scaling tall buildings, climbing ladders, climbing scaffolding, and moving around refrigeration systems and must be able to work with a variety of individuals, including fellow technicians, supervisors, and clients.

CDL Truck Driver

CDL Truck Driver

Up to $45,000

Professional truck driver apprentices drive different types of trucks and heavy vehicles to transport materials. Other duties may include loading and unloading trucks, performing inspections and preventative maintenance.

Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) A or B required for most apprenticeships, and our affiliated related training instruction (RTI) providers will help you with that pre-apprenticeship certification. Those with military driving experience should take advantage of the CDL Military Skills Test Waiver to obtain their CDL quickly.

Automobile Mechanic

Automobile Mechanic

Up to $35,000

Automotive mechanics, often called (service technicians or service techs) inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks. Most automotive service technicians and mechanics work in well-ventilated and well-lit repair shops. Although technicians often identify and fix automotive problems with computers, they work directly on the vehicles as well to ensure they operate at the highest safety standards.

Transportation Management Coordinator

Transportation Management Coordinator

Up to $34,000

Transportation management coordinators perform basic operational tasks for freight transportation companies involved with air, trucking, rail, ocean and related services. In addition, they focus on customer services such as bookings, arranging transportation services. Transportation management coordinators repair and maintain equipment. They assist with sales, accounting, administration, among other areas, to provide customers with the movement of freight shipments moving internationally and domestically.

Transportation management coordinators is a general title that also includes fleet managers, driver managers, and dispatch managers.

Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Mechanic

Up to $44,000

Diesel technicians repair and maintain diesel engines used to power machines, such as buses, ships, trucks, railroad trains, electric generators, and construction machinery, using handtools, precision measuring instruments, and machine tools. They diagnose trouble, disassemble engines, and examine parts for defects and excessive wear.

A diesel mechanic is a generic occupational title that also fits most of the iterations of diesel and maintenance technicians within it.

Freight Broker (in process)

Freight Broker (in process)

Up to $38,000

Freight brokers match their company with reliable shippers to transport goods and negotiate terms of that business relationship so both parties make a profit in moving cargo. As a freight broker in the Transportation & Logistics Sector, you will need to understand a variety of equipment, including tractor/trailer, rail, maritime and air methods to determine the best course of shipping action. At the end of your apprenticeship, you will receive a certification for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) certifying your ability to act as a broker.