From In Person To Online Training Classes, IEC Fort Worth/Tarrant County Offers Continuing Education Classes To Electrical Professionals In North Texas And Beyond.
Educate | Promote | Advance
How do you want to learn?
Choose your style of learning to complete your required CEUs: in-class, live online, or self-paced. And our custom class offerings for your company are available for scheduling.
IEC Fort Worth/Tarrant County is an Approved Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation Continuing Education Provider. Provider Number: 1059
Available In-Person Courses
Notice from the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR)
Update 2021: To apply for a Journeyman Electrician license, you must have completed at least 7,000 hours of on-the-job training under the supervision of a Master Electrician licensed in Texas. Submitting at least 7,000 hours of on-the-job training will simply allow you to take the examination before reaching the full 8,000 hours required for licensure.
IEC Fort Worth/Tarrant County Chapter prides itself on the passion and talents of our instructors. We currently have over 15 instructors for our Four-Year Electrician Apprentice Program and Continuing Education Classes.
As electricians themselves, they bring a wide range of experiences to the classroom, which helps our students develop an interest and understanding of real-life applications and the impacts of their skilled trade.
Investing in Tomorrow’s Electricians
Founded in 1996, the Independent Electrical Contractors Foundation (IECF) was formed to provide new apprentices the opportunity to gain the valuable hands-on training they need to join the workforce as professional electricians and technicians. Thanks to the loyal support from our industry partners grant funding and the latest state-of-the-art equipment has been donated to Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) training centers across the country.