What is IEC’s Apprenticeship Program for Electricians?
The electrician apprenticeship program is a combination of classroom and on the job training over a four year period of time. The program is designed to provide the apprentice with the necessary theory and practical training to earn the status of electrician.
A minimum of 576 hours of classroom instruction and a minimum of 8,000 (documented) on the job training hours are required for completion of the program.
The apprentices, who satisfactorily complete the requirements, will be certified by the Apprenticeship and Training Committee.
At the end of the training, the apprentice receives a Completion Certificate from the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship, and Training.
What Makes IEC’s Program Successful?
All IEC instructors are graduates of the IEC apprenticeship program and have completed the IEC Nationals Instructor Training Program.
IEC’s Premier Electrical curriculum is written BY electricians FOR electricians. Others are written by educators who have little to no electrical background.
144 hours of classroom training per year. With lectures, demonstrations, labs, homework, and a comprehensive final that must be passed prior to graduating to the next level.
2,000 hours of on-the-job training, per year (8,000 hours for all four years).
The Nationally Approved Electrical Curriculum
The curriculum is used nationwide by nearly 12,000 electrical apprentices a year.
Dedicated professional staff and instructors are available to assist you in progressing through the apprenticeship program.
What Are the Minimum Requirements?
- Applicants must be at least 18 years old.
- Applicants must be high school graduates or have successfully passed the GED equivalent. A copy of a high school transcript and transcripts of other specialized education will be required.
- Applicants must have a valid driver’s license or another form of government-issued ID.
- Applicants must be employed by an electrical contractor or obtain employment within 30 days of starting classes.
- Applicants must have their own reliable transportation to the employer’s place of business and/or job site and to the place where job-related instruction is conducted.
- Applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of the trade.
- The term of apprenticeship requires applicants to attend a minimum of 576 hours of classroom instruction at night without compensation and a minimum of 8,000 hours (documented) in an on the job training program supervised by the Apprenticeship & Training Committee.
- Applicants must complete the apprenticeship application (below) and pass a basic math and reading test. You can follow this link for a practice math test.
With a growth rate in excess of 20% per year, IEC’s electrical apprenticeship program is recognized as the “premier electrical apprenticeship program” in the industry.
Through this combination of education, training, and hands-on experience, students not only learn an understanding of theory, operation, and code, they also learn how to develop management and leadership skills.
Below are links to the course outlines for each year of the electrical apprenticeship program. These outlines specify what will be taught throughout the four-year program:
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Registration Deadline July 31, 2020
- To register you must meet the minimum requirements mentioned above and ,
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- Tuition due in full by August 10, 2020 (paid by you or your employer)
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IEC-Indy’s Electrical Apprenticeship Program has many certifications to assist
IEC-Indy in delivering a quality education, such as:
IEC-Indy’s four-year electrical apprenticeship program is recognized by the US. Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship & Training.
IEC-Indy’s four year electrical apprenticeship program is recognized by the Veterans Affairs so veterans can receive their VA benefits.
IEC-Indy’s four year electrical apprenticeship program is recognized for 40 college credits from the American Council on Education (ACE).
IEC-Indy’s four-year electrical apprenticeship program has been approved by the Workforce Investment Act for possible tuition assistance for the qualifying apprentice.
IEC-Indy’s curriculum will transfer 28 credits towards Ivy Tech’s Building Construction Management Program, or 32 credits towards their Building Construction Technology Pathway.
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