Electrical Training Program
IEC offers a federally recognized electrical apprenticeship program in over 50 chapters across the United States. The IEC apprenticeship program consists of a minimum of 576 hours of classroom instruction and a minimum of 8,000 (documented) on the job training hours (OJT’s) with an electrical contracting company. Additionally, the IEC apprenticeship program is recognized by the American Council on Education (ACE) for up to 41 college credits.
Mission: We believe that real learning happens when you fulfill two things; knowing how and understanding why. Both are essential to beginning and supporting a successful career. With this in mind, our goal is to prepare every student to enter the workforce within weeks (knowing how) and to help develop the skills necessary for a promising future (understanding why).
Core Values: Each of our following 5 core values helps us fulfill our mission and put us FIRST in the trades.
Fun - Learning should always be fun.
Interactive - Hands-on labs give you the ability to practice what you learned.
Rapid-paced - You don't have to wait years to start a career. Start earning now!
Smaller, longer classes - The right class size and durations mean more time for meaningful discussion and questions.
Theory - Learn principles and concepts needed to apply to real world situations, understand the code, and become an expert.
Earn While You Learn
Get paid while you learn. You’ll get on-the-job training with an IEC contractor during the day and attend classroom and hands-on instruction in the evening.
The IEC Apprenticeship Curriculum is recognized as one of the best teaching tools for electrical apprentices in the nation.
U.S. Department of Labor Recognition
IEC’s program is recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship, making it an approved program with nationwide credentials.
Earn College Credit
Put your training to work for you. When you finish your four-year training program, you’ll qualify for up to 41 college credits through the American Council on Education, making a college degree more affordable and less time consuming.
No Student Loans!
The cost of your classroom education may be potentially shared by your employer.