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September 6, 2022
IEC Trade Skill Programs for Electricians
If you’re a beginner or a small firm looking to grow your career in the electrical industry, look no further. At Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC), we offer electrician training to equip you with the industry’s best, safest, and most professional work methods. We have trade skill programs to help you get started as an electrician or grow your business.
Acquire On-job Skills
Our trade skill program equips you with primary electrical skills to help you stand out from other electricians. Some of the skills you gain from the program include:
- Safety measures, including first aid and fall protection skills
- Using, maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing electrical appliances
- Recognizing state and local electrical codes
- Conducting tests for electrical systems
Advance your electrical skills and knowledge to qualify as a certified electrician. Enrolling in our program at Independent Electrical Contractors is the first step toward receiving this certification. Our team of professionals aims to impart their expertise and experience to advance your electrical know-how.
Earn While You Train
Electrician training helps you become a recognized electrician, but you can also earn on-the-job money while training with us. We connect you with our member contractors who pay you to work as an electrician assistant. Your pay varies depending on your skill level and exposure.
Apprenticeship programs operating under licensed electricians connect you to an income. Our licensed electricians run our trade skills program, warranting a salary as you learn. The wage rate is based on your experience, but even with zero experience, you get paid.
Network With Professional Electricians
Our skill program comprises expert electricians responsible for taking you throughout the training. This allows you to interact with various professionals and inquire about the secrets of success in the industry.
If you are dedicated and focused on the training, the electricians notice your passion and maintain contact. This helps you establish connections with your future employees or business partners.
Gain National Certification
Experts in our trade skill programs help you meet the US Department of Labor, Ohio State Apprenticeship Council (OSAC), requirements to qualify as a certified electrician. According to OSAC, you must complete at least 8,000 hours of on-job training and 576 hours of classroom training to become a recognized electrician.
The mentorship helps you meet these requirements by setting field and classroom training schedules. At Independent Electrical Contractors, we allow you to attend classes two nights every week from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm after work. Our school year is from August through May. This helps you gain competitive training and exposure to handle theoretical and practical electrical projects throughout your career.
Electrician Training Programs
Whether you’re looking to start your career as an electrician or are already in the industry, electrician training helps you enhance your skills and earn money on the job. At the same time, you learn and network with experienced electricians.
At Independent Electrical Contractors, we offer government-certified training programs to help you become a pro electrician. Our expert electricians help you create a rich network for your career. Contact us to enroll and take your career to the next level.