LOVELAND, Colorado — July 9, 2014 — IECRM is excited to announce that Precision Service Electric, Inc., an electrical contractor based in Loveland, Colorado, has won one semester of paid tuition for the IECRM Four-Year Electrical Apprentice Program, a prize valued at over $800. Guests at a special IECRM event in Loveland were invited to enter in the drawing. The giveaway and networking event was held at QED in Loveland, Colorado.
The Four-Year Electrical Apprentice Program is a training program for aspiring electricians. Students work full-time as electrician’s 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, toured the QED facility, won door prizes, and engaged in hands-on demos. A Greenlee Textron display trailer made a special visit to the event.
“Seeing the emphasis merit shop contractors are putting on education, shows us how strong and supportive the Colorado construction industry is right now,” said Kristin Kim Haynes, IECRM COO. “Our State Board Approved Four-Year Electrical Apprentice Program provides special value to Veterans because they can pay with their GI Bill Benefits, and to contractors who work further away in the Colorado mountains and Wyoming because they can utilize our Live-Online remote training.”