Craft Development Program for
Active Duty Military
The Craft Development Program for Industrial Electricians is for active duty military nearing the end of their service and their spouses. Those serving in the National Guard also are eligible.
No matter where you are currently assigned, you may be eligible to attend the program using PTDY. Contact your Transition Assistance Program/Soldier for Life (TAP/SFL) office or refer to this memo
for more information.
Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) provides the training through a partnership with CB&I and Fort Polk in Leesville, Louisiana.
The program blends CB&I’s award-winning safety content with the industry’s National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) complete course for electricians.
Qualified graduates receive job offers from CB&I and certificates of completion from CLTCC and the NCCER.
This program is full-time (40 hours per week) for 16-weeks. The focus is hands-on training that mirrors the work completed on a CB&I project.
Cost of Program
Tuition is approximately $1,760 - repaid to qualified graduates employed by CB&I. To apply to the program or learn more, please email Electrician-training@CBI.com, or visit with the TAP/SFL office at your command.
Interested spouses should use the same email listed above.