WELCOME TO IEC CENTEX CHAPTER!


Our mission is to offer independent electrical contractors quality education programs, industry information and services and deliver clear communication with governmental agencies, all helping to enhance our members success, promote ethical business practices and providing leadership for the electrical industry.

EDUCATE | GROW | ADVOCATE | RECOGNIZE

IEC provides a forum for independent electrical contractors to continue learning while improving their company and the electrical industry. We invite you to join our association of electrical professionals and start receiving the benefits of IEC membership today.

Interested in a career in the electrical trade? Follow this link to MyElectricCareer.com to learn how you can get started.

Upcoming Events

Electrical Estimating and Beyond

This full-day course covers the principles of commercial estimating. Learn to increase profits on every job. Use take-off forms provided, organize your jobs, learn take-off shorthand, and find hidden costs.
Course Information:
Date: Wednesday, July 25, 2018 (8:30AM – 3:30PM)
Cost: $375 IEC Members | $450 Non-Members
Electrical Estimating and Beyond 2018
[Click Here] to Register for this Course

Estimating Course Content:

  • Introduction to estimating tools
  • Blueprints and specifications
  • Setting up the estimate
  • The steps to a successful bid
  • How to identify hidden costs (And then take advantage of them)
  • Job breakdown | Material & labor costing
  • Proposals


Electrical Tradeshow & Wire-Off Competition

This is the LARGEST tradeshow for electrical and system contractors, engineers, estimators, project managers, purchasers, inspectors, electricians, apprentices and helpers in Central Texas. For more than eleven years the CenTex Chapter of IEC has hosted an annual Electrical Construction Tradeshow and Wire-Off competition showcasing our Apprenticeship Training program. Many of you have made this event a huge success each year by supporting the wire-off competitors and participating in the Tradeshow. Please make plans to attend our 2018 event. Open to the public!

Date: 5/24/18
Time: 1:00pm – 6:00pm
Location: Norris Conference Center
Cost: FREE



Building Electrical Troubleshooting Skills

This very exciting one day seminar is designed to provide the essential knowledge and skills required when selecting and using test instruments to test and troubleshoot electrical equipment, circuits and systems.

Participants will build and test electrical circuits that are used to take measurements, using at least 8 different types of meters. Test instruments used include DMMs, current clamps, power quality analyzers, and meter attachments.

[CLICK HERE] for more information or to Register for the Monday April 16 Class

[CLICK HERE] for more information or to Register for the Tuesday April 17 Class



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