IEC’s New Worker program consists of 12 modules and is intended to prepare an apprentice for his or her first day on the jobsite. It is designed as a precursor—but it is not a prerequisite—to IEC’s four-year apprentice program.
Each module ranges from two to three hours in length and is focused on interactive learning. Module lessons include a short lecture accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation, and group and hands-on activities. The program is delivered digitally via IEC’s Content Management System (CMS) and students will receive a completion certificate for each module.
IEC’s New Worker Modules* include:
- Orientation and Introduction into your Electrical Career
- Tool Safety
- Hand Tools Identification and Usage
- Material ID – Boxes and Enclosures Identification and Installation
- Safety – Ladder Safety, Lift Awareness, Fall Safety
- Devices Identification and Installation
- Material Identification – Fittings and Conduit ID
- Material Identification – Fasteners, Supports and Fittings Identification
- Safety – PPE
- Power Tools Identification and Usage
- Wire Prep, Identification and Installation
- Measuring Tools
*Check with your local chapter for availability.
For more information, contact Chrissy Skudera, Director of Curriculum Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org.