Midwest IEC Opens New Location

 

 

Yesterday evening, September 11th, Don Hulsey welcomed politicians, guests, and apprentices to the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new Midwest Chapter of IEC. This building allows for more space for classes, and materials to assist students in their new lab. 

 

 

The festivities included an expo for industry partners and other businesses, a cookout, and networking opportunities of all involved. Our Executive Director and Assistant, Sherri and Devin, were in attendance to congratulate the chapter on their expansion. As a nation-wide organization, we share in each other’s successes, and we are so proud of them for their growth and forward-thinking. We know that this new location will benefit countless students in the years to come. 

 

 

Congratulations Midwest!

 

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Central IN IEC Remembers September 11th

 

We at Central IN IEC would like to express our sincerest gratitude to all of those who have lost their life for this country. We would also like to express our deepest condolences to all of those who have lost their loved ones to this horrific tragedy. You will always be in our thoughts and prayers. 

 

NEC 2017 Code Update Seminar

 

 

 

With it being a new course year, many are left wondering what the changes are in the National Electrical Code, and what that means for businesses. Well, don’t worry! We’ve teamed with Inpwr to bring you Steven J. Owen, a specialist in the NEC, to educate our members and answer any questions that you may have.

 

 

 Steven J. Owen is an Electrical Consultant with National Code Seminars. The course is designed to allow active participation in the importance and use of the National Electrical Code and will include; 

• how to size conductors for specific applications; 
• how to correctly select overcurrent devices; 
• how to correctly specify and select raceways;
• how to use the NEC in practical application in the workplace

 

 

The cost of this seminar, which will include a continental breakfast and lunch, is only $40 per person (member), or $75 per person (non-member). If you require CEU’s from another state(s) and would like to receive hours for this seminar, you can do so for an additional $150 per state. 

 

 

To register for the 2017 NEC Code Update please fill out the form in the following link: https://iecindy.wufoo.com/forms/w1s4ygeu1bimlxg/

 

 

Registration deadline is Monday, September 11th. 

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