Electrician Courses with Independent Electrical Contractors
IEC offers apprenticeship programs that require two, three or four years of work to complete. These programs provide you with 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.
The topics studied in our electrician courses include all of the following:
- Electrical theory
- Electrical skills
- Mechanical skills
- Safety (very important when dealing with electricity)
- Codes and standards
- Troubleshooting electrical problems
- Motors and control
Once you become an experienced journeyman, you can take your electrical education even further with IEC's Professional Electrician's Program (PEP). This program, which requires two years to complete, covers advanced topics that include blueprint reading and leadership.
Did we mention that if you take electrician courses with Independent Electrical Contractors you will actually GET PAID while you learn?
To become a skilled, qualified electrician, you need to learn hands on. You learn by actually doing work. That is the kind of education you get when you study at an IEC training center. You will actually earn money during your apprenticeship and graduate with no debt. No student loans are necessary to learn with the IEC.
Our training program has been approved by the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau for Apprenticeship and Training, and has been awarded college credit equivalency from the American Council on Education.