This is the quickest way to become a licensed electrician making the most money possible. Working the other two days per week for a member contractor will not only help pay for your training but get you the necessary hours of on-the-job training. This program 3 days per week, eight hours per day. Upon completion of this program, you will have 2,000 hours credited toward your on-the-job training. You will need 6,000 additional hours of on-the-job training to take the masters exam.
This program meets two nights a week for 4 hours each night. Once you complete classroom instruction and reach 8,000 hours of on-the-job training, you can apply to take the master’s exam. Students are required to work for an electrical contractor while enrolled, but will receive discounted tuition fees if they work for one of our member contractors.
This program meets one night a week, and each class period is 4 hours long. Once you complete 576 hours of classroom instruction and reach 8,000 hours of on-the-job training, you can apply to take the master’s exam. Apprentices are required to work for an electrical contractor while enrolled. Work for a member contractor while training and they’ll help pay your tuition fees.
Instructor and former student at IEC. With his extensive experience in and around our full-time program, he is able to highlight key aspects that sold him as both an instructor and a student.
“The Full-Time Program at IEC offers an unparalleled immersion experience, allowing students to dedicate a year to fully understand the intricacies of the electrical trade through comprehensive classroom and hands-on learning, enabling them to explore different career paths within the industry.”
One of the program’s main strengths lies in its hands-on approach, where students not only learn in a classroom environment but also receive dedicated guidance on practical application. By practicing what they learn with trained instructors, students can reinforce their knowledge through repetition, free from the distractions that arise when training on job sites alongside other responsibilities.
IEC’s Full-Time Program stands out due to its immersive and hands-on learning experience, dedicated instruction, and comprehensive curriculum that goes beyond traditional apprenticeships, providing students with a competitive edge and a broader understanding of the electrical trade.”
All of our instructors are graduates of the IEC apprenticeship program and have completed the IEC Nationals Instructor Training Program.
Unlike other programs that are written by educators with little-to-no electrical background, our Premier Electrical curriculum is nationally approved and written by electricians for electricians.
Students receive a combination of on-the-job training and classroom training that consists of demonstrations, labs, lectures and homework.
Our dedicated and professional staff is available to assist you with whatever you need as you progress through your program.