Welcome to the Georgia Chapter of IEC
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- The mission of Georgia Chapter IEC is to advocate and educate members to drive their success.
Our Vision: IEC members are viewed as professionals who produce quality projects and work on time and on budget.
Incorporated in 1974, the Georgia Chapter is celebrating its 35th year and currently has 37 contractor members and 17 partner members across the state. Nationally, there are over 3,500 members with 47 chapters. The National IEC (www.ieci.org) celebrated 50 years in 2007.
The territory of the Georgia Chapter covers the majority of the state of Georgia except the Atlanta metro, which is the Atlanta Chapter (www.iecatlanta.org) and the Northwest corner of Georgia, making it one of the largest territories of any chapter within the IEC. The Georgia Chapter provides apprenticeship training, as well as, continuing education training in 7 areas across the state (excluding Atlanta): Northwest Georgia, Augusta, Columbus, Macon, Savannah/Statesboro, Albany and Valdosta.
IEC Georgia Wage Survey Results are in! Members click here for 2015 results!
IEC is reaching out to students via media. View our awesome clip on our program and outreach!
IEC Contractors are hiring Experienced Electricians; Apply Online Here!
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- Looking for new employees? Check out our Industry Outreach page.
- IEC Georgia is now an approved vendor for WIA in Columbus and Savannah. Applicants begin the process.
UPCOMING TRAINING AND EVENTS
- NEC Article 430, Friday, Columbus- May 6th See schedule and register. or Register online - Columbus
- Augusta- Practical Field Supervision, Friday , May 13th 7:30a - 4:00p Registration Form - Register Online
Columbus Class of 2017 Columbus Class of 2019 Columbus Class of 2020 2015 Legislative Visit to Washington L to R: Paul Roesel, Harvey and Mrs. Hammock, Senator Isakson, Kristen Williams, Niel Dawson IEC Atlanta/ Georgia attends 2014 Skills USA at the Georgia International Convention Center ACE Electric's Valdosta IEC Apprenticeship Class of 2014 Christopher Awesome, 2013 Recipient of the Academic Achievement Award in Savannah! 2013 Savannah Apprenticeship Graduating Class with Guest Speaker Senator "Buddy" Carter. and Christopher Awesome. Congratulations on a job well done! IEC ATLANTA CHAPTER REPRESENTS GEORGIA WELL AT THE 55TH NATIONAL CONVENTION AND EXPO, BY BRINGING HOME THE 2012 APPRENTICESHIP CHAPTER OF THE YEAR AWARD IEC in Valdosta at the Wiregrass Technical College Job Fair IEC Georgia Members meeting with Senator Saxby Chambliss in DC
Featured left to right: Guest Speaker, Senator "Buddy" Carter, Phillip Nease, Christopher Rovinelli, Austin Lowe, Chris Gilbert,
Columbus Class of 2017
Columbus Class of 2019
Columbus Class of 2020
2015 Legislative Visit to Washington
L to R: Paul Roesel, Harvey and Mrs. Hammock, Senator Isakson, Kristen Williams, Niel Dawson
IEC Atlanta/ Georgia attends 2014 Skills USA at the Georgia International Convention Center
ACE Electric's Valdosta IEC Apprenticeship Class of 2014
Christopher Awesome, 2013 Recipient of the Academic Achievement Award in Savannah!
2013 Savannah Apprenticeship Graduating Class with Guest Speaker Senator "Buddy" Carter.
and Christopher Awesome.
Congratulations on a job well done!
IEC ATLANTA CHAPTER REPRESENTS GEORGIA WELL AT THE 55TH NATIONAL CONVENTION AND EXPO, BY BRINGING HOME THE 2012 APPRENTICESHIP CHAPTER OF THE YEAR AWARD
IEC in Valdosta at the Wiregrass Technical College Job Fair
IEC Georgia Members meeting with Senator Saxby Chambliss in DC
IEC's mission is simple, "helping independent electrical contractors succeed!"
Electrical contractors whom are independent and practice the “merit shop” business philosophy have turned to the IEC for over 50 years for the “power to succeed.” With over 3,000 members nationwide, IEC has the collective power and wisdom to assist small and large contractors alike to prosper.
Who or what is IEC and why do we care? IEC, a non-profit trade association, provides a wide range of services to both IEC members and the entire electrical community within the State of Georgia. We exist to help merit shop electrical contractors become more successful. Member or not, you should register, or login if you are already registered, on the lower portion of this page, and begin accessing information available through our site. Members receive access to much more information, and if you are an electrical contractor in the state of Georgia (outside metro Atlanta) and adhere to the merit shop philosophy of business, then we invite you to join the IEC. See all the many services we provide to over 200 members throughout the state of Georgia.
IEC Georgia Welcomes R.L. Wiley of Augusta, Georgia as its Newest Member
R.L. Wiley is based in Martinez, Georgia, near Augusta and is owned and operated by Robert Wiley since 2000. R.L. Wiley‘s motto is “honesty, integrity and quality workmanship,” which is exemplified in the qualifications R.L. Wiley’s workers hold. All of their employees are OSHA 10 certified, Hilti Firestop certified, and are trained on the current Infectious Control Risk Assessment (ICRA). This equals extra care for their clients!
R.L. Wiley provides quality service in commercial, maintenance, industrial, and specializes in healthcare fields. They have a list of services available that includes 24 hour emergency service. This organization’s consistency in customer care, and prepared workers, makes R.L. Wiley an excellent addition to IEC Georgia.
IEC Georgia looks forward to working with R.L. Wiley by providing them with access to the online electrical apprenticeship program, as well as IEC’s newest online training, the Professional Electrician’s Program (PEP) to start in October.
To contact R.L. Wiley go to their website at www.rlwiley.com/Home.html, or call at 706-922-5026.
Introducing an Exciting NEW Benefit for IEC Georgia & Atlanta Members
By Niel Dawson
I have been personally researching a new member benefit for months and have gotten the approval from both the Atlanta and Georgia Board of Directors to move forward with offering this exciting new benefit that is outlined on the reverse side. Please not only take the time to read the information below, but also give our representatives just 15 minutes of your time to review this new money-saving benefit with you. Certainly call me if you have any questions.
Recent changes in the healthcare industry have spotlighted the rising cost of employee benefits. Our industry may be particularly hard-hit with this, given that we are already grappling with a shortage of skilled workers. How will we handle the rising costs of running a business with the competitiveness of the job market?
Although we cannot solve the large crisis in healthcare, we can help with another common employee benefit cost — your 401(k) plan. If you are currently offering a retirement plan, would you like to eliminate your company cost and reduce your liability for the plan? If you are not currently offering a plan, do you feel like your labor needs require you to have one, but you are concerned with the administrative burden and time commitment of offering one?
IEC has a solution for both! It's called a Multiple Employer Plan. We have partnered with a retirement industry leader, BenSource/Transamerica Retirement Solutions, to bring you an employee benefit solution that’s unsurpassed for price and value.
What are the Benefits? •No cost to the employer: No start up fees, no TPA fees, no document fees — normally $3-5K per year
New Online Professional Electrician's Program (PEP) for IEC Georgia Contractors
IEC Georgia is offering a new online Professional Electrician's Program (PEP) geared toward experienced electricians that know what they are doing with their hands, but lacks the book knowledge. Now there is an online 2 year program that provides the same Journeyman certification as IEC’s 4 year apprenticeship program.
This program consists of 9-10 week modules over a 2-year period that provides electrical theory, code fundamentals, blueprint reading and more. To qualify you must have 10,000 documented hours worked in a non-helper capacity in the electrical field.
This program is designed to bring your experienced workers to a higher level of performance by adding to and honing their current skills. For more information on how to register and the schedule, click here.