Electrician Apprentice Jobs from IEC

Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) offers complete electrical training that starts with electrician apprenticeship jobs and carries forward with continuing education courses that give you the skills and experience you need for success in the competitive electrical industry today.

Codes and standards, technology, customer expectations – these all change constantly, and they must all be managed. There is WAY more to being a successful electrician that knowing how to twist two wires together. IEC doesn’t offer jobs – we offer careers.

What Can You Expect from Your IEC Electrician Apprenticeship?

  • 2,000 hours of training per year, performed on the job, administered by your nearest IEC office (and we have offices nationwide!).
  • 144 hours of classroom training per year in state-of-the-art labs led by the highest quality instructors.
  • A comprehensive final exam that must be passed to move to the next level of advancement.
  • The highest quality training and study materials.
  • Your education will be backed by IEC’s commitment to providing thte highest quality education in the industry.

We offer 2, 3 and 4-year apprenticeship programs that allow you take you career as far as you desire. Our programs have been awarded college credit equivalency by the American Council on Education, and we have been approved by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau for Apprenticeship & Training and State Apprenticeship Councils for use in 38 states and Washington D.C. This is a real education that you get WHILE earning good money!

During your electrician apprenticeship training with IEC, you will accumulate a minimum of 8,000 hours of training and 576 hours of technical instruction. The topics you will master include:

• Safety, First Aid, and CPR

• Mechanical Skills

• Electrical Skills

• Electrical Theory

• Codes and Standards

• Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Wiring

• Fire Alarm, Signaling, and Life Safety Systems

• Lighting Systems

• Transformers

• Motors and Control

• Electrical Troubleshooting

In addition, our Professional Electricians Program, or PEP, allows journeyman electricians to continue their education through accelerated courses on more advanced topics such as motor control and electrical theory. 


What are you waiting for? Start building a rewarding career in the electrical field today!

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