LOVELAND, Colorado — July 28, 2015 — Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain (IECRM), (www.iecrm.org) is excited to announce that Delaney’s Electric, Inc., an electrical contractor based in northern Colorado, has won one semester of tuition to the IECRM Four-Year Electrical Apprentice Program, a prize valued at over $800. Guests at the special IECRM event in Loveland were invited to enter in the drawing. The networking event was held at QED (www.qedelectric.com) in Loveland, Colorado. QED is a regional electrical distributor serving residential and commercial contractors, industrial facilities, and OEM businesses. QED is one of the nation’s top 50 wholesalers of electrical supplies.
The Four-Year Electrical Apprentice Program is a training program for aspiring electricians. Students typically work full-time as electrical apprentices during the day, and attend class at IECRM one night a week. IECRM classes are taught in Denver, Loveland, and Live-Online.
During the networking event, guests met IECRM staff and instructors, networked with other attendees and toured the QED facility.
“Northern Colorado and Wyoming construction development is booming,” said IECRM COO, Kristin Kim Haynes. “With national and international companies expanding into the Rocky Mountain Region, our contractor members, distributors, service providers and suppliers are reaping the new business rewards. We are thrilled that IECRM can help satisfy the business development and educational needs of our industry.”
For information about the electrical apprenticeship program offered by IECRM, upcoming industry networking events, or about IECRM in general, please visit www.iecrm.org.