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Gain a highly employable skill that is always in demand. A career in the electrical construction industry. Rather than going into debt for years only to just begin searching for a job, earn while you learn in our apprenticeship


You will complete 8000 hours of on the job learning as well as 1100 hours of in classroom related instruction. After completion you will be a journeyman inside wireman in the IBEW Local Union 611.


After completing the IBEW-NECA apprenticeship program, you'll be trained in all aspects of the electical trade, reaping the benifits of a job that pays well including benefits, and  is always challenging.


An apprenticeship combines on-the-job and classroom training. This allows you, as the apprentice to actually earn while you learn. As an apprentice, you will work year-round for electrical contractors, and attend classroom sessions during acedemic year. As you learn by doing, you are paid directly by contractor with which you are employed. While progressing through the training, you recieve guaranteed promotion and pay raises.

While on the Job you will be supervised by a qualified journeyman that has perfected their craft over years. Their experience and knowledge will guide you in the finer aspects of being a union electrician. After completion the apprentice becomes the instructor on the job, continuing the process of the apprenticeship to pass the skills on to the next generation of electrical workers

In the classroom the instructors are idustry experts. Journeymen with years of experience and knowledge. Our instructors complete a four year course in instruction. This is achieved by attending the Electrical Training Alliance's National Training Institue where they are trained by long time leaders in adult education. Because of this our instructors are not only experts in the electrical field they are also well trained in passing on the information in the classroom.

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As of March 19, 2020 All Classes Are Suspended until Futher notice. This includes all  Continuing Education Classes. Please Check this Website for Updates as They Come Available

CPR/First Aid

Eight hour class teaching CPR including AED training and First Aid from the perspective of an electrical worker.

Significant Changes to the 2017 NEC

An overview of the changes to the 2017 National Electrical Code. It is recommended that the student bring a copy of the 2017 NEC.


An overview of the requirements of electrical related safe work practices according to the latest standards.

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