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Continuing Education for Texas Electrical License Renewal

CLASSROOM TRAINING

TDLR Provider No. 1034 – Central Texas IEC
Course No. 16235

CETX-2017 CODE UPDATE, SAFETY, LAW & RULES

Description: This is a 4-HOUR Texas Electrician continuing education class is based on the following:

  • Three hours on the most important Code Changes in the 2017 NEC®
  • Half hour on Electrical Safety 2015 NFPA 70E®
  • Half hour on Texas Electrical License Law and Administrative Rules

This courses is approved by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation for renewal of all Texas State Electrical Licenses.

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Cost:
Pre-registration and payment
$35.00 per person of IEC Members
$45.00 per person of NON IEC Members
Registration and payment at the door (walk-ins)
$55.00 per person

When and Where: Austin_ceflyer_Jan-Aug_2017

Austin (Centex Chapter)NFPA 70E 2015

Saturdays 8AM-12PM
Jun 17, Jul 15, Aug 19

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Register for class by clicking on the RED box above or by calling the Chapter.
(512) 832-1333
(877) 837-1333 Toll Free
Credit cards accepted. Visa, Master Card, American Express.

Pre-payment is required to reserve your seat.
Seating is limited, make your reservation today!
Due to state regulations, no one will be admitted to the seminar after it begins.
A licensee may not receive continuing education credit for attending the same course (number) more than once.
YOU are responsible for renewing YOUR license.

Exam Preparation for the Texas Standard Electricians Exam

Description:This is a course designed to prepare the Journeyman and Master Electricians to take the state license exam. Our exam preparation seminars are very fast paced and cover Electrical Theory, Ohms Law, the 2014 NEC® and Code Calculations.

Sample exam style practice questions will be provided at each class for homework to be reviewed at the next scheduled class meeting.

THIS IS THE LAST EXAM PREP ON THE 2014 NEC®, Texas will start testing on the 2017 NEC®, September 1st 2017. 

Students are asked to bring a 2014 NEC® book, calculator and highlighter pens.

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Monday- June 26, 2017 (5-9pm)
Thursday- June 29, 2017 (5-9pm)
Thursday- July 06, 2017 (5-9pm)
Monday- July 10, 2017 (5-9pm)
Thursday- July 13, 2017 (5-9pm)
Monday- July 17, 2017 (5-9pm) Masters Only

Cost of Journeyman Exam Prep Class, (20-hours of instruction):
IEC Members $275.00
Non-Members $325.00
Refresher Class $150.00 (must have record of previously taken this class)

Cost of Master Exam Prep Class, (24-hours of instruction):
IEC Members $375.00
Non-Members $425.00
Refresher Class $250.00 (must have record of previously taken this class)

LOCATION: IEC Centex Chapter – 8868 Research Blvd. #502 Austin, TX 78758

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Pre-payment is required to reserve your seat.
Seating is limited, make your reservation today!

Credit cards accepted. Visa, Master Card, American Express.

Professional Electricians Code Training (PECT)

At the Centex IEC, you can get the education and training you need to become a professional electrician.shutterstock_5530651 This Professional Electricians Code Training Course, is a refreshed, exclusive Centex IEC offering.

An ideal choice for those who have an abundant amount of electrical experience, but lack the formal in-class training. This fast paced, technical training program, aims to provide an alternative path, for those with four (4) or more years of field electrical experience, (8,000 hours plus) to gain the classroom knowledge generally offered in the first two years of a typical electrical apprenticeship program.

This program is NOT designed to replace Registered Apprenticeship Training, but to improve an electrician’s skills to keep them competitive and productive in today’s market. Each of the 6-week MODULE style courses cover a wide range of relative topics accompanied by Mike Holt’s industry leading textbooks and taught by an industry subject matter expert.

Courses must be taken in consecutive order. The electrician understands that this is a 9-month commitment and is obligated to pay for all 5 modules:

  • MOD 1 – NEC® Articles 90-110 and Basic Electrical Theory
  • MOD 2 – NEC® Articles 200-285 and Code Calculations
  • MOD 3 – NEC® Articles 300-393
  • MOD 4 – NEC® Articles 400-450
  • MOD 5 – NEC® Chapters 5, 6 and 72014_Understanding_the_National_Electrical_Code_Volume_1_2_Combo

When: Tuesdays 5pm – 9pm
Starting: November 1, 2016
Ending: June 6, 2017

TUITION PER MODULE: $495.00 per person
($2,475.00 Total if paid over 5 installments)
Pay for all 5 modules in advance and save $225.00
BOOK PACKAGE COST: $365.00 plus tax
LOCATION: IEC Centex Chapter – 8868 Research Blvd. #502 Austin, TX 78758

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Call the IEC office to register for this class.

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Pre-payment is required to reserve your seat. Seating is limited, make your reservation today!
Credit cards accepted. Visa, Master Card, American Express.
Employees of IEC Contractor Members receive a $50 discount off each module tuition.

All tuition and book package cost MUST be paid before Nov. 1, 2016
NO REFUNDS AFTER Nov. 1, 2016

 

OSHA Safety Training for the Construction Industry

OSHA Top Ten 2014 combined

OSHA 10-Hour

This 2-day 10-Hour Outreach Training Program teaches workers about their rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint as well as how to identify, abate, avoid and prevent job related hazards in construction.

An excellent program for ALL electrical personnel, Job Foremen, Supervisors, Project Managers, and Company Owners.

Participants who complete the full 10-Hour course (must attend BOTH classes) will receive an U.S. Department of Labor-OSHA course completion card in Construction Safety & Health. The following subjects will be covered as well as some tips on keeping your jobsite safe.

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  • Introduction to OSHA (2-hours)
  • Focus Four Hazards (4-hours)
      Struck By
      Caught in/or Between
      Fall Protection
      Electrical Safety
  • Personal Protection Equipment (1-hour)
  • Health Hazards in Construction (1-hour)
  • Elective Topics (2-hours)
      Excavations
      Tools – Hand & Power
      Scaffolds
      Stairways & Ladders

When: TBD (as needed)

Where: The Centex IEC Training Center

Call: for dates for next class.

Pre-payment is required to reserve your seat. Seating is limited, make your reservation today!
Credit cards accepted. Visa, Master Card, American Express.

 

 

American Red Cross First Aid with CPR & AED

This training meets OSHA and NFPA 70E Guidelines for First Aid and CPR Programs and combines lecture, interactive video demonstrations featuring emergency scenarios that are likely to occur in a variety of environments and hands-on training to teach participants lifesaving skills.

  • First Aid: Participants learn to recognize and care for a variety of first aid emergencies, such as burns, cuts and scrapes, sudden illnesses, head, neck and back injuries, and heat and cold emergencies.
  • CPR Adult: Participants learn how to perform CPR and care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults.
  • AED: Participants learn how to use automatic external defibrillators.

Emergency Preparedness Training for Electricians

Train employees to overcome any reluctance to act in emergency situations and to recognize and care for life-threatening respiratory or cardiac emergencies. Students who successfully complete this course will receive certificates for Standard First Aid with CPR / AED valid for two years.

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When: Call the Chapter for scheduled class dates

Cost:

$90.00 per person / Members
$105.00 per person / Non-Members

Where: The CenTex IEC Training Center

 

 

NOTICE: The above courses on this (Continuing Education) webpage are NOT affiliated with any training offered through IEC National.

General Cancellation Policy:
To receive a full refund, cancellation must be received in writing via fax, mail or email at least three (3) days prior to the seminar. If notification is received less than three (3) days in advance, registration can be transferred to another person at the time of cancellation. If no notice is received, the registration fee will be forfeited.If inclement weather, illness, minimum size class enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances prohibit a seminar from being conducted, a full refund will be given to each person registered. Cancellation requests should be submitted to CenTex IEC, 8868 Research Blvd., Suite 502 Austin, TX 78758 or they can be faxed to 512-832-1883 or emailed to Erica Waiser. CenTex IEC reserves the right to cancel a seminar / Class and move the attendees to an alternate date if minimum class size is not met.

Tax Deductible:
Continuing education expenses for courses to maintain and improve professional skills may be tax deductible. Check with YOUR tax adviser.