February 26, 2021
One of IECRM’s 2021 goals is to attract more members! We are working with IEC National for Power UP: Energize Your Bus
Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain (IECRM), established in 1981, is one of 50 chapters of Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC), founded in 1957. IEC is a national trade association for merit shop electrical contractors. Learn more about IEC National.
IECRM is the largest IEC electrical training program in the country and has been the leading electrical and renewable energy contractor association in Colorado for over 39 years. Our member base is comprised of over 250 electrical contractors and industry partners and provides training to over 2,500 electrical apprentices and licensed electricians annually. IECRM is dedicated to educating, promoting, and advancing the electrical industry. Learn more about IECRM here.
A combination of 8,000 hours on-the-job training as an Electrician’s Apprentice and at least 288 hours of classroom training is required in order to take the license exam to become a Journeyman Electrician in the state of Colorado or Wyoming.
Apprenticeship is an “earn and learn” training model that combines work-based learning with related classroom teaching using the highest industry standards.
IECRM provides the classroom training that is required by the state of Colorado and offers resources to connect individuals to companies that are hiring.
Please visit our FAQ page for more information about becoming an electrician.
This registration is for 1st Year Students only.
A Message from Paul Lingo, IECRM’s Training Director:
Since the current spike of Covid-19 cases, not only in Adams County but state and nationwide, we have had to make the difficult decision to postpone in-person and the possibility of hybrid instruction at this time. This results in all classes to continue to remain online at the start of the next semester. We will reevaluate the possibility of transitioning to hybrid or in-person labs in February 2021.
Our goal is to keep our students, their employers, co-workers, IECRM staff, and their families safe during these times.
IECRM is working with ever-changing guidelines for in-class sessions and we are hoping to return to normal as soon as possible. Please stay tuned and we will update you as soon as we can.
Important Dates for Late-Start Students:
Students that are repeating the second semester will be billed for book kits separately. It is required for all students to have an updated book kit for the school year.
Members must be in good standing in order to receive the member rate. Payment in full is required by end of the day on the close of early-bird registration (February 26) in order to receive the discounted rate.
What is passing?
All classes will remain ONLINE for the remainder of the semester unless otherwise noted.
The next enrollment period for NEW students will begin Summer of 2021.
All licensed electricians in the state of Colorado are now required to complete 24 hours of CEUs each code cycle. The current code cycle will end in September of 2020. IECRM offers CEUs in-class and online.
IECRM MEMBER FORUM
IECRM Member Forum: Bonding in Today’s Environment and Being Prepared
Wednesday, February 10,
IECRM offers a variety of continuing education classes including, electrical CEU classes (required by the state of Colorado to renew licensure), license preparation, safety, OSHA, CPR, NFPA 70e, renewable energy, solar, low voltage, and more. Accelerate your career here!
IECRM cares about Workforce Development, Labor & Employment Issues, and Economic & Infrastructure Investments. Another thing we care about is voting.
The IECRM 2020 Election Guide serves an education resource for our more than 250 trade association electrical contractor member companies, industry partners and their employees. The goal is to ensure that the electrical contracting industry voice – and individual voice – is heard and counted as we cast our ballots for candidates and initiatives in the 2020 federal, state and local elections.