IECRM’s Open Enrollment for the apprenticeship training program for member contractors begins in June. Classes begin the week of August 3rd.
- Early Bird Registration (Members Only) – Monday, June 15 and closes Friday, July 3
- Early Bird Registration (the Public) – Monday, June 22 and closes Friday, July 17
- Orientation and Book Pick-up is scheduled for the Week of July 27
The Math Assessment will be given online. The link will be made available when registration opens.
IECRM is working with ever-changing guidelines for in-class sessions and we are hoping to return to normal as soon, and as safely, as possible. Please stay tuned and see the iecrm.org homepage for the most current information.
To better serve the needs of the IECRM contractors and requests for improved apprenticeship management, IECRM launched a new enterprise system called FlashPoint to track all apprenticeship actions, including real-time OJT hours, registration and tuition, grades and attendance, and much more!
Contractors, join IECRM staff for a FlashPoint Training on Tuesday, June 9. Get ready to register your students like a pro, and learn about NEW features, explore NEW reports, learn tips and tricks. This session will be conducted online via Zoom. Credentials will be sent upon registration.
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 only state-approved electrical training school in Colorado, and one of the top electrical apprenticeship training programs in the country, IECRM students also earn up to 44 credit hours toward any Colorado community college. These credits are transferable to an Associate’s in Applied Science or an Applied Technology degree.
“The vast majority of our students are employed as apprentices while they are attending school at IECRM,” says Marilyn Stansbury, CEO of the organization. “Our graduates literally ‘earn while they 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 Stansbury.
For more information about how to enroll, please click here.