DENVER, Colorado — November 6, 2012 — The Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain (IECRM) (www.iecrm.org), the largest educational institution for electrical and energy professionals in the Rocky Mountain region, invites educational professionals and licensed independent electricians interested in part-time employment as instructors, to the inaugural IECRM Open House on Tuesday, November 27, 2012, at IECRM (76th and Washington) in Denver, Colorado. Visitors are welcome to attend the Open House at two convenient times: from 7:30-9:00am and from 4:00-6:00pm. Plan to stop by!
At the Open House, visitors can:
- Meet current IECRM instructors, and hear about their experiences in teaching students and in working at IECRM
- Meet IECRM staff
- Find out how to apply for employment at IECRM
- Find out about open instructor positions
- Tour the facility’s classrooms, labs, and offices
- Enjoy food and beverages
IECRM’s four-year Electrical Apprenticeship Training program and continuing education classes bring in over 500 students each year.
“At IECRM we take pride in offering the best training for electrical apprentices available,” said Director of Education Jeff Macht. “For any program to be successful, the key is to have passionate, qualified teachers. We have some of the best instructors available, and if you would like to join our team, we would love to talk to you about the opportunities available at IECRM.”
The event’s special guest will be Thomas & Betts (www.tnb.com), an international company that designs, manufactures, and markets electrical components used in industrial and commercial markets. T&B is a global leader in innovative Wire and Cable Management, Cable Protection Systems, Power Connection and Control, Safety Technology, HVAC Building Solutions, and Engineered Transmission Structures.
The IECRM Open House will take place at IECRM, at 480 East 76th Avenue, Building 5, in Denver Colorado, on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 at two separate times: from 7:30-9:00am, and from 4:00-6:00pm. For more information about IECRM and its educational programs, please call (303) 853-4886 or visit www.iecrm.org.