Chapter Programs and Services

Apprenticeship Training
IEC Southern Colorado Chapter offers a four year training program. Students can attend school one night per week, or one day per week. During their apprenticeship, students receive hands on training that is extremely valuable in preparing them to take the Journeyman's License Exam.

Professional Electrician's Program (PEP)
This is a two year modular program specifically designed for the journeyman with five years experience or more. There are eight topics covered. Each module is nine weeks in length.

Workshops and Seminars
The Chapter offers management workshops that cover topics such as: project management, material ordering, change orders, safety and business management, just to name a few.

Our chapter has a full-time lobbyist in Denver to monitor legislation that will effect you as a small business owner and electrical contractor. Our National office monitors legislation in Washington, DC We watch and promote legislation that has a positive impact on your business.

Safety is a priority with IEC. We provide safety manuals, tool box talks, and other safety literature to our members. Safety is taught in each of the apprenticeship classes. Putting safety first can save you, the contractor, money and time.

Monthly Membership Meetings
Membership meetings are held on the third Thursday of every month. It is an opportunity to network with other contractors and suppliers. A special speaker presents a timely topic at each meeting. Prospective members are always welcome. For more information, contact the chapter office.