February 2018 Madison Area JATC Course Offerings

There is a Steward Class coming up next week on Tuesday, January 30 at 5:00
PM at the hall. If you are interested in becoming a jobsite steward, or
just learning more about what they do, please sign up to attend this class.

The Intro to Electrical Safety Related Work Practices (scheduled for
Saturday, February 10, 2018) and the Intermatic Electronic Controllers
(ET90000) (scheduled for Tuesday, February 13, 2018) both are below the
minimum enrollment numbers to run as scheduled. Participants should register
at least two (2) weeks in advance to ensure the course runs as scheduled.

If you signed up for the Significant Changes to the 2017 NEC class in
February, note that the original class date of February 3 has been changed
to February 17, 2018.…

October 2017 Madison Area Electrical JATC Course Offerings

Please be advised that the three (3) upcoming courses (#M Medium Voltage Cable Splicing, Data Cabling 101, and the Crouse-Hinds Hazardous Locations
Training) are below their minimum registration numbers. All three will be cancelled or rescheduled if the enrollment numbers are not meet very soon
(no later than early Thursday morning). Please call 608-221-3321 to sign up for these courses.

October 2017 Madison Area Electrical JATC Educational Course Offerings

Polar Plunge 2017 Results!

This year our team of Leah Bohn, Eric Proces, Nicholas Tarbet, Cameron Knuteson, Joshua Stern, Thomas Hamielec, and David Boetcher raised a total of $4,439.19 to support Special Olympics of Wisconsin!

From Special Olympics Wisconsin:

Each and every day, our athletes inspire us as they defy odds, demonstrate courage and beat their personal bests. Opportunities to bring out our athletes’ abilities are made possible because of your participation and support of the Polar Plunge.

We are thrilled to announce that more than 1,000 Plungers raised $295,000 at the Madison Polar Plunge on February 18th! It takes $552 to support one athlete for one year. That means you have changed the lives of more than 534 athletes forever.