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The IEC Way

We provide aspiring electrical apprentices with the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in the electrical field, without causing them to go into debt. By allowing apprentices to get their on-the-job training hours while they are attending school, over 90% of our students qualify to take the Journeyman's Exam at the end of four years with IEC! 

We are an association of merit shop electrical contractors dedicated to providing industry-related education and training, business management, legislative participation, safety, training, and materials. Our members are dedicated to quality, integrity, and professionalism in the electrical construction industry.

Today’s electrical construction industry is rapidly changing with the introduction of new technology, new methods and increasing competition. This environment requires the independent electrical contractor to be professional in managing and constructing electrical projects.

Established in 1996, the Southern Colorado Chapter is one of 50 chapters nationwide representing over 3,200 merit shop and systems contractors. IEC promotes the common interests of independent electrical contractors and works with local, state and federal governments to make the electrical industry safer and stronger.

At IEC, our mission is to provide your apprentices, journeymen and management with education, training and forums so you can build a team of professionals and excel in the electrical construction industry.





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Electrical Apprenticeship School in Southern Colorado



Apprenticeship Training

IEC Southern Colorado Chapter offers a four year training program located in Colorado Springs, CO. Students can attend school one night per week. During their apprenticeship, students receive hands on training that is extremely valuable in preparing them to take the Journeyman’s License Exam.  


CEU Courses

This is an upgraded and dynamic modular program specifically designed for the electrician who wants to be a leader in the electrical trade. These are classes designed for Licensed Electrician and Apprentice Development. New classes are forming now and will be announced soon.


Workshops and Seminars

The Chapter offers management workshops that cover topics such as: project management, material ordering, change orders, safety and business management, just to name a few. To view upcoming workshop and seminar events see our Calendar.

Are you an apprentice looking to get hired on with a contractor? 

Email to be added to our Job Board. Your resume and contact information will be available to contractors who are looking to hire.

Must be registered for classes with IEC to qualify. 

Or are you a contractor member looking to hire knowledgeable, reliable electrical students? 

Email for access to our Job Board.




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2345 N Academy Blvd

Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Tel: 719-596-3688

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