Registered Apprenticeships for Employers

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Registered apprenticeships are customized to local industry needs and specifications.

  • The length of a Registered Apprenticeship program varies upon industry needs
  • Programs are structured with a combination of On the Job Training (OJT) Hours and supplemental related classroom instruction. The goal of related instruction is to provide apprentices with a deeper understanding of what they are learning during their OJT hours.
  • The credentials an apprentice earns while enrolled in a registered apprentice are portable and nationally recognized within their industry.

Current Registered Apprenticeship Instruction

HVAC and Plumbing

  • LCCC utilizes course curriculum developed by the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) 
  • Related instruction for these industries is currently four years in length with a progression of skills and knowledge. The apprenticeship culminates in the apprentice sitting for the ICC National Standard exam following the completion of their fourth year of related instruction and completed On the Job Training Hours.
    • HVAC and Plumbing Adjunct instructing staff are Journeymen or Masters in their industries
    • Credentials gained by apprentices are completely portable and theirs for life
  • OSHA 10 and 3M Confident Climber Certifications  
  • Construction Math
  • Basic Electricity, Alternating Current
  • Leak Detection, Evacuation, Recovery, and Charging
  • Retail Refrigeration Systems
  • Troubleshooting Gas Heating, heat pumps, cooling, control circuit and motor systems
  • Heating, Cooling
  • Heating and Cooling System Design
  • Fasteners, Hardware and Wiring Terminations
  • Air Distribution Systems
  • Sheet Metal layout and processes
  • Soldering and Brazing
  • Basic Carbon Steel and Piping Practices
  • Basic Copper and Plastic Piping Practices
  • Customer Relations
  • Zoning, Ductless and Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems
  • Compressors
  • Chimneys, Vents, and Flues
  • Commercial Airside Systems
  • Hydronic Systems (Commercial)
  • Plans and Specifications
  • System Troubleshooting and Maintenance
  • Introduction to Supervisory Skills and Training
  • System Startup and Shutdown
  • Journeymen exam prep
  • Journeymen License Testing
  • Plumbing and Applied  Math
  • Basic Electricity
  • Installing Fixtures  and Valves, Types of Valves
  • Reading Commercial Drawings
  • Structural Penetrations, Insulation, and Fire-stopping
  • Installing and Testing and Sizing DWV Piping and Storm Systems
  • Installing Roof, floor and Area Drains
  • Venting
  • Corrosive and Resistant Waste Piping
  • Sewage and Sump Pumps
  • Installing and Testing Water Supply Piping
  • Installing Water Heaters
  • Copper Tube and Fittings
  • Cast Iron Pipe and Fittings
  • Steel Pipe and Fittings
  • Compressed Air
  • Service Plumbing
  • Drain, Waste, and Vent (DWV) Systems
  • Sizing and Protecting the Water Supply System
  • Potable Water Supply Treatment
  • Business Principles for Plumbers
  • Fundamentals of Crew Leadership
  • Water Pressure Booster and Recirculation Systems
  • Private Waste Disposal Systems
  • Private Water Supply Well Systems
  • Codes
  • Hydronic Solar Heating Systems
  • Swimming Pools and Hot Tubs
  • Plumbing for Mobile Homes and Travel Trailer Parks
  • Introduction to Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems

LCCC provides

  • Related classroom instruction to complement the on the job training that each apprentice receives through their sponsor employer
    • Grant writing and management for registered apprenticeship

To quality for Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Training money, please visit Wyoming Workforce Apprenticeship Grants.

Upskill Your Workforce:

  • ASSE Initial and Recertification for Backflow
  • OSHA 10
  • Leadership
  • Customized Training

Funding Opportunities and Resources:

Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Registered Apprenticeship Grants:

  • Wyoming-based Sponsor(s) with U.S. DOL Office of Registered Apprenticeship Programs  
  • Related Instruction Providers associated with a Wyoming-based Sponsor
  • Only the formal related instruction component for the apprenticeship programs is eligible for funding consideration

Contact Ivie Moore at DWS for more information 307.777.5723 or

Learn about Wyoming Workforce Apprenticeship Grants.

Office of Registered Apprenticeship, Department of Labor

Build your Apprenticeship: Learn more about what a registered could look like for your company

Ready to Build? Contact Michael Ann “Mike” Broad 307.772.2448 or to get started.

Meet Our Instructors: 


Alec Verplancke

Alec Verplancke (Level 1)

Dave Smith

Dave Smith (Level 2)

Levi Wann

Levi Wann (Level 3)

Kyle Jobes

Kyle Jobes (Level 4)

John Zuver

John Zuver (Level 3)



Randy Schein

Randy Schein (Level 1 & 4)

Stephan Shaw

Stephen Shaw (Level 2)

Mark Crase

Mark Crase (Level 1)

Andy Arias

Andy Arias (Level 3 Sheetmetal)