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Dear IECRM Members and Partners,

Safety First!

The safety of our members and apprentices is, and always will be, our top priority. The dynamic nature of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak requires us to be nimble and flexible in how we respond, provide member services and apprenticeship training, as well as protect our members and your employees.

IECRM is continually monitoring this rapidly changing situation, continuing to remain vigilant, and following recommended precautionary measures, protocols and guidelines from various health organizations including the World Health Organization (WHO), U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and local city and state authorities.

In order to provide you with the latest information about this crisis, we invite you to check our website for daily updates and to follow us on LinkedIn,  FacebookInstagram, and Twitter. You can rely on us to be responsible, reasonable, and responsive.

Members are encouraged to join our Weekly Online Member Forums: Covid Impacts.
This live-online weekly session will be a facilitated discussion with key safety and business leaders to discuss and answer questions among participants regarding preparedness, response and future planning amid the COVID-19 situation. This is an opportunity to share ideas, learn from others, and consider how we are doing as an industry during this unprecedented time. A Zoom link will be distributed to those who register prior to the start of the session. We hope you can join us! 

Community Care
Take everyday actions to protect yourself and those you love. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has recommendations and resources for you here. We echo their guidance, especially by actively encouraging all of our staff, members and apprentices to stay home when sick, and migrating classes and some events to online. We appreciate your partnership in carefully responding to matters of public health.

Changes to Apprenticeship Training Program
Starting the week of March 23rd, ALL apprenticeship classes will be held online. Our instructors have been trained to use the Classroom Management System (CMS) for online delivery and instruction; and students and their managers have received detailed information for accessing the online system.

Tutoring offered at the Northglenn Main Campus has been postponed until further notice. We will send out communication when we are able to offer it again.

Continuing Education Classes (CEUs)
IECRM will continue offering CEUs in order to meet State of Colorado license renewal requirements. CEUs will move to a live-online format via Zoom until further notice. If you have already registered for a CEU or professional development course, please watch your email for messages from Londell@iecrm.org for updates on scheduling and movement of classes online. You may still register for CEUs at iecrm.org/ceus.

Meetings, Events, Activities
We have suspended face-to-face meetings except via virtual tools like Zoom. As such, we also are postponing the Summit Awards Banquet.  This also includes deadlines for project and individual nominations for Summit Awards. A new date has yet to be determined. If you have already submitted a nomination, thank you! It will be safely held and judged along with all entries when a new deadline for submission is set. Additionally the Safety Awards application and judging are postponed with new dates to be decided.

Event updates at a glance:

Events that have been postponed and will be rescheduled:
Summit Awards Banquet: Thursday, April 23 (postponed)
Summit Awards Nominations: Tuesday, March 31 (postponed)
Federated Insurance Risk Management Seminar: Wednesday, March 25 (postponed)
Instructor Appreciation: Saturday, May 9 (postponed)
Energy Expo: Friday, May 8 (postponed)
Apprenticeship Tutoring (postponed)
Events that have been cancelled and will not be rescheduled:
IECRM Career Fair: Friday, April 17
IECRM Career Fair: Friday, May 15
Events that will continue as scheduled but will take place live-online via Zoom:
Safety Forum: Wednesday, April 29
All Regularly scheduled Board and Committee Meetings between March 16 and May 15
Events that are still scheduled:
IECRM Wire-Off (competitors only): Friday, May 8
IECRM Apprentice Graduation: Saturday, June 6

 

IECRM Staffing / Office Operations:
Through at least March 31, we will be following Social Distancing or Work from Home protocols. That date may change given the constantly evolving situation and recommendations. We promise to keep you apprised of any changes in this schedule.

We know this is a stressful and unprecedented time for your business, employees, families and community. We appreciate your flexibility during this transition.

As you know, we view each and every one of you as an extension of our family and we care deeply about each of you and our community as a whole. You may contact the IECRM office by phone at 303.853.4886 or email info@iecrm.org with any questions, concerns or needs we can support; and so we can provide additional information and/or respond appropriately as we continue to serve you.

Stay safe and healthy,

Marilyn Akers Stansbury
marilyn@iecrm.org


Recent IECRM COVID-19 Communications:

April 1, 2020 – Weekly Member Forum
Topic: Emergency Preparedness: Lessons / Learning, How are We “Really, Really” with COVID-19?  https://youtu.be/i0pyMAbMUYU

April 1, 2020 – Weekly Member Forum
Topic: COVID Resources for the SBA Economic Injury Program, the CARES Act, & Labor & Employment Issues  https://youtu.be/ooB43dx4olo

March 20, 2020 – Update
IECRM to Host a Covid Preparedness Forum, Live-Online , Weds, 3/25

March 19, 2020 – Update
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) move to a live-online delivery via Zoom

March 18, 2020 – Update
Resources for IECRM members to help navigate the impact of COVID-19

March 17, 2020 – Update
New Changes to Apprenticeship Training Schedules, New Online Format for CEUs, Postponed Events, and more.

March 13, 2020 – Update
IECRM Training Schedule


Resources and COVID-19 Updates Just a Click Away

IECRM is here for you during this challenging time. Here are handy updates and links to resources for your referral:

Colorado Covid Information:

Help Colorado Now

Colorado Department of Health & Environment

Colorado Department of Health FAQS  

Email Colorado Department of Health COHELP@RMPDC.org (answers in English only)

Colorado Employment Law Updates

Denver Department of Health & Environment

 

CDC Covid Information:
CDC Guidance for Businesses

CDC recommendations for schools, community, business

COVID-19 Website

What You Need to Know About COVID-19  

Interim U.S. Guidance; Risk Assessment

CDC: Getting your household ready for COVID-19

 

National/ International Resources:

US Department of Homeland Security: Critical Infrastructure Workforce

World Health Organization Newsroom

Global Statistics

OSHA

FEMA: Guidance for COVID-19 preparedness 

Small Business Administration

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

Monthly NIOSH eNews 

Other Resources:

Engage For Good: Social Impact Resources

Engage For Good: Legal Impact Resources


Who is IECRM?

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 38 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.

What does it take to become an electrician?

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.

What is required to renew your electrical license this code cycle?

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.

Important Dates for Late-Start 2019-20 Students

Monday, February 17 Late-Start 2nd Semester Registration Opens

Class Orientation & Start Dates

Monday, March 16 – Thursday, March 19
(5:30-9:30pm)
Classes Begin Online and at the Northglenn, Fort Collins & Parker Locations
The class night of the week will be assigned and emailed to the student the week before class starts.

Training Locations & Availability

  • Main Northglenn Campus: 11429 Pearl Street, Northglenn, CO 80233
  • Fort Collins Campus: 912 Smithfield Dr., Ft. Collins, CO 80524
  • South Denver Location: 15653 Brookstone Dr., Parker, CO 80134
  • Live-Online Program: Online

Class Schedules

Class schedules are generated and emailed to students the week before school starts.

The next enrollment period for new students will begin in June of 2020.


 2020 Code and NEC Changes books are NOW available to purchase at IECRM and online. Get yours today!


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Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain

11429 Pearl St.
Northglenn, CO 80233
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