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Please Call for Appointments

317-562-1102

Hours

Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm

Where Our Contracter Members are Located

Adam’s Electric, INC

Allen Home Systems

Ph: (317) 787-4354

Email: laura@allenhs.com

American Electric Co. Inc.

AMPD Electrical Services

Ph: 317-474-1286

Belcher Electric

317-508-2371

Bright Light Electric LLC

574-268-4654

brightlightelectricllc@gmail.com

Caplinger Company

Ph: (317) 306-9992

Email: Kevin@caplingerco.com

Cross Electric

317-894-2427

crosselectricindy.com

Design & Build Electrical Contractors, LLC

317-787-6636

design-electric.net

DGH, Inc.

317-353-8952

handydgh.net

EEMC, Inc.

317-835-4595

eemcinc.com

Electrical Enterprises, Inc

317-784-2224

Elite Electric

susie@eliteelectricindiana.com

Empire Electric

317-417-2850

empireelectric1234@gmail.com

First Rate Electric Service Corp

317-632-7371

firstrateelectric.com

Freedom Electric

(765) 745-0149

freedomelectricin.com/

Frye Electric

317-271-1099

fryeelectricinc.com

GEMCO Constructors, LLC

317-417-9885

gem-constructors.com/

Godby HPE

317-471-8700

https://godbyhpe.com/

Hammans Electric

InPwr, Inc.

317-723-3375

https://inpwrinc.com/

IU Health/Methodist

Must apply in person

J.E. Brown Electric

Jefferson Electric LLC

Ph: (317) 418-3917

joel@jeffersonelectricllc.com

JLP Electric Inc.

317.345.1800

jlpelectricinc@gmail.com
www.jlp-electric.com

JN Electric

Ph: 317-887-9112

Email: JNelectric@sbcglobal.net

J.R. Wortman

Ph: 765-763-64444

Email: sean.smith@jrwortman.com

K & D Wiring

Ph: (317)891-0294

Fax: (317)831-0394

mark@kdwiring.com

Kinder Electric

Ph: 317-842-0809
Fax: 317-842-9366
mattK@kinderelectric.com

Kopec Electric

317-716-4534

kopecelectric.com

Land Electrical Services

3174915144

cland@landelectric.com

Maxwell Electric

Mister Sparky

Ph: 317-975-0541

Kenneth.jackson@authoritybrands.co

The Peterson Company

317-938-2048

jknop@thepetersoncompany.com

Premier Power Maintenance

317-879-0660

premierpower.us

RC Electric

317-600-3001

rcelectric-llc.com

Ridgeline

Solar Energy Solutions, LLC

matt@sesre.com

Ph: (859)312-7456
Fax: (877)312-7456

Toric Engineering

Ph: 317-718-1800

sales@toriceng.com

Upward Electrical LLC

Ph: 3179459286

Email: Lloydowens93@gmail.com

White’s Electrical

317-834-1922

Whiteselectrical.com

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does the traditional apprentice program cost?

$700 Registration is non-refundable and applied to tuition 

Member Tuition:  $2,425 a year

Non-member Tuition: $3,225 a  year

Online classes: $600 additional per semester: for individuals who live 50+ mile radius of Indianapolis or those who travel more than 50% of the school year 

**prices subject to change for 2022 class year

Will I be a journeyman or master when I graduate?

The state of Indiana does not recognize journeyman status or master electrician status.  Graduates from our programs who have obtained 576 classroom hours and 8,000 hours of on-the-job training will be able to make application for permission to take the master electricians exam,  which when passed with a 75% score will give you an Indianapolis Master Electrician license.  This license may be used to obtain additional city or state licenses.

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.

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.

Is IEC part of the union?

We are a merit-based institution.  We do not dictate who you work for or how much they pay you.  You can make those arrangement with which ever employer you choose, but we recommend our member contractors.

I already applied to the Union, do I need to reapply for the IEC?

Yes, we are a merit-based organization and do not have any affiliation with the IBEW.  To apply to our program please read and select your option from here.

How much does the 2 year accelerated apprenticeship cost

$700 Registration is non-refundable and applied to tuition 

$2,550.00 per module member fee (2 modules  per calendar year – includes textbooks)

$3,550.00 per  module non-member fee (2 modules per calendar year – includes textbooks)

**prices subject to change for 2022 class year 

How many classes do I attend a week?

All classes are held at the IEC-Indy Office, 8861 Boehning Lane, Indpls, IN 46229 (March 2021)

4 yr program – Classes are held one evening a week from 4:30 – 8:30 p.m. For your convenience, classes are held Monday – Thursday, or online classes are an option for those who live or work outside the 50+ miles radius of Indianapolis. You’ll also be expected to attend occasional field trips.

2 yr program – same program as the 4yr – attending classes two evenings per week from 4:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Full Time Program – 40 week program, 3 days per week, 7:30am – 3:30pm 

Journeyman certifications are awarded by completing 8,000 hrs on the job training as well as 576 classroom hours.

Do I have to be an IEC member to enroll in the apprenticeship program?

No, but members (and their employees) save on tuition costs. The Department of Labor requires individuals to be employed by an electrical contractor to be considered an apprentice.  You must also be an apprentice for your work experience to be counted towards the 8,000 hours of on-the-job training requirement of a journeyman electrician.  However you can start school now and find employment later.

Can I transfer from another apprenticeship program to the IEC?

Yes, students who are in the accelerated programs can move into the traditional program.  Those in the traditional program can switch to accelerated with special permission.

Will you find me a job?

Not exactly, IEC is an association of contractor members who pay dues to the IEC for access to manpower referrals.  Individuals are responsible for securing their own employment, by contacting our members for employment opportunities within their companies.  If anytime during the apprenticeship program an individual becomes unemployed, we refer those individuals to our contractor members in need of manpower.