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IEC Apprenticeship Program for 2021 - 22

The first week of classes for the IEC-KYIN Apprenticeship Program will be August 9-12. Apprentices should check the email address they provided when enrolling for a message with more detailed information about class nights and times.

All classes take place at the IEC Training Facility at 1810 Plantside DR, Louisville KY 40299. Students should enter through the training entrance at the back of the building.

Books and other materials will be given out at the beginning of class. Attendance for the full duration of class is mandatory for all students.


Beginning in 1968, the Kentucky & Southern Indiana chapter of the IEC has been providing electrical training to Kentuckiana area contractors, electricians and apprentices, graduating over 1,000 qualified candidates. If you would like to consider a career as an electrician, you are invited to contact us
(tel: 502-493-1590), and we will explain its many advantages and how you can get started.


Apprentice Competition

 

Apprentice Graduation

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Apprentices must be full-time employees of an IEC member contractor who services as the "apprenticeship sponsor."  Apprentices attend class one night per week, for 39 weeks, August through May.  156 hours of instruction are received each year for 4 years. Apprentices graduate as an "Electrician", and many are ready to pass the Master Electrician Exam to receive their Master Electrician License.

  •   Fully accredited by the U.S. Department of Labor and the Kentucky Apprenticeship
      Council.
  •   Fully accredited by ACE for up to 37 hours of college credit
  •   Approved by U.S. Veteran's Administration

Curriculum Includes:

    •  Residential, Commercial and Industrial Wiring
    •  Motors, Generators
    •  Transformers
    •  Motor Controls
    •  Structured Cable
    •  Fire Alarm and Security Systems
    •  Voice, Data and Video Systems
    •  Programmable Controls
    •  National Electrical cod
    •  Blueprint Reading e
    •  Electrical Safety

Career Paths:

    • Apprentice
    • Journeyman
    • Electrician
    • Foreman
    • Supervisor
    • Project Manager
    • Estimator
    • Purchasing Agent
    • Electrical Inspector
    • Electrical Supply Sales Representative
    • Electrical Contractor

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Click on the link to see list of member contractors for possible employment opportunities.

 

 

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