Connect to Your Future in Electrical Contracting
Note: Due to the upcoming holiday, early bird registration has been extended to Monday, July 8!
Interested in a career as an electrician? Enrollment for the Four-Year Electrical Apprentice Program opened on Monday, June 17 for IECRM members, and on Monday, June 24 for the general public. Register and pay in full by July 5 to receive early registration tuition rates. Enrollment will close Friday, July 19 or when all seats are filled.
IECRM’s four-year expert program is accredited by the US Department of Labor (DOL), Office of Apprenticeship (OA/BAT), recognized by the US Department of Veteran’s Affairs, and approved and regulated by the Colorado Department of Higher Education, Division of Private Occupational Schools Board.
In addition to being the largest IEC electrical apprenticeship training program in the country, IECRM graduates also earn transferable college credits through the highly regarded IEC electrical apprenticeship program. With a combination of classroom and on the job training, students can earn up to 44 credit hours toward an associates degree at a Colorado community college and up to 53 credits toward a bachelor degree of their choice at CSU Global, an online extension of Colorado State University. 53 credits is nearly half of the credits needed for a Bachelor degree and a cost savings of up to $20,000. In addition IECRM alumni receive a discount of 10% off of tuition at CSU Global.
“The vast majority of our students are employed as apprentices while they are attending school at IECRM,” says Marilyn Stansbury, CEO of IECRM. “Our graduates literally ‘earn while the learn’ and many contractor employers pay for their electrical students’ schooling.” According to Stansbury, graduates typically earn $40,000-$50,000 after graduation, with no school debt.
Unemployed students can apply for tuition assistance and may receive free tuition and books.
“Virtually all of our students leave our program with no debt, a full-time job, skills that take them anywhere, and a living wage to support a family,” says Marilyn.
For more information about how to enroll, visit /education-and-training