Become An Apprentice


Scope of Work: The Millwright is a construction mechanic whose skills are in the areas of moving, leveling, aligning and installing large machinery. Also incorporated into the Millwright’s scope is rigging, erecting, splicing of belts, cleaning, lubricating and replacing gears, and fabrication and installation of conveyor systems, turbines and generators, automated systems and welding. Millwrights also repair all of the above systems, as well as install them.


  • High school diploma or GED and must
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be a US citizen
  • Have a valid Michigan driver’s license
  • Have reliable transportation

Length of Program: 4 Years. Minimum hours of related classroom instruction per year: 672 hours. There is a 30 day probationary period.

Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights
Millwrights Local 1102 Apprenticeship and Training
27555 Mound Road
Warren, Michigan 48092
(586) 573-4660 Fax: (586) 573-2468

Open Enrollment Dates:
Applications must be submitted during the first two weeks of the beginning of the year ONLY. Call the training center in late December/early January for exact time and dates.

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