Deciding to become a Colorado electrician is a great career move. The electrical industry is growing faster than the national average, and in certain booming locations, the demand far outweights the supply of available qualified electricians. Colorado is a growing state, and there will continue to be a need for electricians for years to come.
So how do you go about getting a Colorado electrical license?
According to the state of Colorado government website:
Applicants for a Colorado journeyman electrician's license are required to verify eight thousand hours earned in no less than four years of electrical construction wiring experience, for lights, heat, and power; with a minimum of four thousand hours earned in no less than two years of that time being commercial and/or industrial work. Verification of experience must state the hours and months of the time spent performing residential and commercial/industrial wiring.
It sounds difficult. Luckily, Independent Electrical Contractors makes sure you meet the necessary requirements and gain the necessary knowledge for licensing. At a Colorado IEC training center, you will not only receive classroom instruction from world class instructors, you will also receive hands-on training in the field as an electrical apprentice. And you get paid to do it!
Our programs provide the hands-on technical skills to be successful in today's electrical field. Your education will consist of 8,000 hours of paid training and 576 hours of technical classroom instruction.
To begin your journey, contact your nearest IEC office or contact us with the form on this page.
IEC Rocky Mountain Chapter
11429 Pearl St
Northglenn, Colorado 80233
Ph: (303) 853-4886
Fax: (303) 853-4909
IEC Southern Colorado Chapter
2345 N. Academy Blvd.
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80909-1511
Ph: (719) 596-3688
Fax: (719) 596-3404
Western Colorado IEC
PO Box 1052
Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81602-1052
Ph: (970) 945-1079
Fax: (970) 945-1079