Frequently Asked Questions
How much does the apprentice program cost?
Registration (1st year only, nonrefundable) $195
Member Tuition: $825 a semester
Non-member Tuition: $1,225 a semester
Online classes: $400 additional per semester
Book Fees: $285-$345
How many classes do I attend a week?
All classes are held at the IEC-Indy Office, 10640 Deme Dr., Suite 2019, Indpls., IN 46236.
You’ll attend class one evening a week from 4:30 – 8:30 p.m. For your convenience, classes are held Monday – Friday, or you can take classes online. You’ll also be expected to attend occasional field trips.
In addition, you must complete 8,000 on-the-job training hours.
What certification do I get when I graduate?
When you graduate from IEC-Indy’s Apprenticeship Program, you’ll receive a certificate from the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship certifying you as a Journeyman/Journeywoman Electrician (a residential electrician).
You’ll also receive a certificate from IEC, which gives you entry to jobs with IEC contractors in other states.
If you wish to pursue higher education, you can apply the credits you earned at IEC-Indy’s Apprenticeship Program to your future college program.
Do I have to be an IEC member to enroll in the apprenticeship program?
No, but members save on tuition costs.