The Apprentice Program is an 8,000-hour program including over 700 hours of training at a local college or university and various on-the-job training assignments. To become a qualified applicant, an individual must submit proof that he or she has completed two semesters of high school or college algebra or geometry, or a combination of both, with a “C” average or better.
When additional training is being planned, current Chrysler employees will be notified by announcements posted in Chrysler facilities. Notices may also be posted at community agencies within a facility’s geographical area to attract qualified external candidates.
If an individual successfully completes the test and meets the required qualification, the candidate will be considered for placement based on their elected trade as openings occur.
There are seven apprentice training classifications: