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Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (external link)

School Name and Address

Contact for more information

Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee
6770 East Marginal Way South
Building A-106
Seattle, WA 98108
Main telephone 206.764.7940
Website https://www.ajactraining.org/ (external link)
Request more information info@ajactraining.org
Other sites Spokane Office:
2110 North Fancher Way
Spokane, WA 99212

General Information

General information

Public or private Private
Type of school Non-profit apprenticeship advisory committee that implements training programs for occupations in the aerospace and advanced manufacturing trades.
Date founded 2008
Degrees offered Certificate of Completion
School accreditation Registered with the Washington State Apprenticeship and Training Council/Department of Labor and Industries.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act eligible training provider All programs are approved.

Additional information

Apprenticeship programs are located in King, Benton/Franklin, Pierce, Snohomish, Spokane, and Yakima counties. Apprentices take classes one night a week at a community or technical college and receive on-the-job training during the day at a company's job site in these areas. AJAC apprenticeships are only offered to employees of specific, participating companies. The types of apprenticeship available at any given time depend on the demand for workers by employers and industry. See https://www.ajactraining.org/apprenticeship/getting-started/ (external link) for more information.

Student Body


Enrollment varies by apprenticeship program and location.


Program costs

Some apprenticeship programs may require students to pay half of their classroom training at a community or technical college or other facility, although this is usually reimbursed by the company providing the apprenticeship.

Financial Aid

Financial aid programs at this school

Veteran's benefits
Veteran's benefits, such as the GI Bill, are honored


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Education required for admission

High school education High school diploma required and GED accepted.
Other education requirements for admission Applicants can be working towards a GED if they can show proof of successful completion within six months of entering the apprenticeship program.


Applicants must have passed college math or English courses (090 or greater), or have successfully completed an assessment test such as COMPASS, World of Work Inventory (WOWI), or ASSET.

Other admissions information

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and must be able to perform the physical tasks of the trade.


Degrees offered

Pre-licensing training
Certificate or diploma

School catalog

Academic index website https://www.ajactraining.org/apprenticeship/occupations/ (external link)

Attendance options

Most apprentices attend classroom sessions during the evening and conduct their on-the-job (OJT) training during the day.

Educational programs (external link)

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