The IEC apprenticeship program is built for your success. See how this program helps you become an expert electrician.

Program Operation

Here is how the program works

All IEC students must be working for an IEC Contractor Member before classes begin.

IEC staff will assist you in finding employment with an IEC contractor member.

All students must remain working with an IEC member contractor for the remainder of the program to graduate.

Classes start every August.

Apprentices attend school two nights per week for 16 weeks each semester.

Class times are from 5:00pm to 7:30pm.

The U.S. Department of Labor and Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training (BAT) certifies the IEC’s Electrical apprenticeship program. 

Upon completion of the program requirements, you will be certified as a Journeyman Electrician by both IEC and BAT, and registered nationally.


How To Enroll

Here is how to jump start your new career


Interview with IEC's apprenticeship and training committee.


You need to be able to pass a drug test.


You will also need a drivers license and reliable transportation.

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