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Why IEC?
Your Future in Electricity
  • With an increasing dependency on electrical systems in homes and businesses, trained technicians are more important than ever.
  • Florida has a 20% projected growth rate in this field over the next eight years.
  • With a projected shortage of electrical workers, prospects for employment have never been brighter.
  • Regarding EEO and Outreach, Mr. Baird wanted to inform everyone that DOL will be taking a hard line on ensuring that chapters are doing the appropriate EEO Outreach. He encouraged everyone to ensure that the phrase "Women and Veterans are encouraged to apply" on all advertisements and applicable forms.
What We Provide
  • Our program provides 180 hours of classroom instruction each year by going to school two nights a week plus up-to-date job training over the course of the apprenticeship.
  • After completing our training program and on-the-job training you will qualify for Journeyman Electrician licensing.
  • Your training is all completed while you earn an income without the need for loans!
IEC Program Benefits
  • A nationally recognized program
  • Earn college credit
  • Paid on-the-job training, earn while you learn
  • Electricians are among the highest paid of the skilled trades
  • State certification
  • No monthly or annual dues
  • No loans to repay
  • Unlimited growth potential
  • Excellent wages! Electricians can earn $23+ an hour
Scheduled Training
If you would like to sign-up for any of the training listed below, please contact Robert Jacob at rjacob@iecfwcc.org to request or submit an application form.
Our Programs
Journeyman Electrician
  • Electrical Theory & National Electric Code (NEC)
  • Commercial & Industrial Installations & Service
  • Commercial Motor Control and/or Service
  • Residential Installations
  • Site & Slab Work
Field Service Engineer
  • Voice, Data & Video Systems
  • Telephone Networks
  • Data Networks
  • Wireless Technologies
  • CATV & Sound Systems
  • Fiber Optic Installations
  • Terminating & Splicing Cables
  • Fire Alarm & Life Safety Systems
  • Nurse Call
  • Security
Residential Electrician
  • Electrical Theory & National Electric Code (NEC)
  • Residential Construction & Service
  • Structured Wiring
  • Residential Installations