Training That Fits

Training That Fits

We’re not just checking a box.

We’re committed.

We invest heavily in training our Team Members – whether an apprentice, journeyman, or supervisor. And we certify our team members through The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).

Our training doesn’t end with new-hire orientation; it’s part of our culture.

Learn more about our on-going training and career development programs below.

Join Our Team!

MKD Electric is looking for talented industrial service, maintenance, and capital projects electricians, as well as instrumentation technicians to join our team. We provide excellent benefits, training and educational opportunities, and promote from within the company.

Working for MKD is more than just a job; it’s a career, and a rewarding one at that. Our team members are more than just employees, they’re family.

Learn more about careers at MKD Electric >>


Our rigorous, five year U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship Training certified program has been customized for the industrial electrical market. It all begins with an intensive 6-week, full-time, paid, in-house boot camp to ensure our new team members are safe and productive. The remaining four years of apprenticeship includes weekly classroom instruction and “hands-on” lab work at the MKD Training Center, as well as documented on-the-job training.

Read more about our industrial electrical apprenticeship »


To ensure that we have the highest quality industrial electricians and instrumentation technicians, our journeymen are tested and certified through NCCER.

As part of our ongoing performance program, they also have an individual development plan for continuous growth and improvement.


All project supervisors are trained to effectively supervise projects and personnel. This includes a yearly Foreman’s Academy that encompasses:

  • Safety
  • Planning
  • Job Costing
  • Scheduling
  • Client Relations
  • Materials and Tools
  • Job Productivity and Efficiency
  • Conflict Resolution and much more


All Project Managers receive extensive training, including estimating, budgeting, scheduling, and job costing, as well as project management certification through a nationally accredited university.


Selected team members participate in a 12 month program wherein they learn various leadership concepts and how to apply them. Through group interaction and hands-on activities, they are given the opportunity to develop and hone these skills.