WHAT IS JUMPSTART?
JumpStart is a State-Licensed 26-Week Pre-Apprenticeship Program designed to actively address the skilled labor shortage by training our nation’s next generation electricians, plumbers and technicians. Founded in 2004 by RAMS, JumpStart has since trained thousands of new electricians and plumbers and placed them on some of the most notable jobs throughout the state of Florida.
- Paid intensive classroom instruction
- Training in use of basic electrician’s or plumber’s tools
- Job site safety training through the RAMS WorkSafe program
- OSHA-10 trained
- Merit raises throughout the program
- Full paid sponsorship in a state-approved apprenticeship program
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?
JumpStart is a lot like a construction boot camp. RAMS provides a structured program taught by former tradesmen that gives dedicated participants a clear path to a rewarding career. Sure, the work is hard, and our teachers push our Jumpers to be the best they can be. But when they graduate, they have all the skills need to begin their path to a successful career.
PAID INTENSIVE CLASSROOM TRAINING
This includes hands-on use of various tools used in the plumbing or electrical trades.
Jumpers come to your job site ready to work with a teachable attitude.
We work with you to ensure each Jumper is exceeding production and safety expectations.
Jumpers are motivated by raises they earn during OJT.
Jumpers receive a certificate of completion from the state and are ready to join your team.
JUMPSTART IS A KEY
TO YOUR FUTURE SUCCESS
UPON GRADUATION, YOU WILL HAVE…
- Completed 960 hours of field OJT
- Received a certificate of completion from the Florida Department of Education
- OSHA-10 Certification
- Permanent job placement
“JumpStart has been a critical addition for our company. It’s helped us to better blend labor rates and train our crews for tomorrow.”
– Electrical Contractor, 30+ Years
DID YOU KNOW?
Average college student loan debt is $39,400*
Average monthly student loan payment: $351 per month*
Average time to payoff student debt: 20 years*
Studies suggest people graduating as of 2015 and beyond will have to delay retirement until 75 because of student debt.