IEC Skills Based Installer Program Puts New Workers to Work Faster!
Congratulations to IEC April IEC Skills Based Installer attendees, Corbin Thompson, Marlon Eason, who were hired by Tom Young of Penco, and Valentine Aza, who was hired by Mark Good of Good Electric! These are just 3 of IEC’s Installer participants who are now employed with an IEC contractor.
These now newly employed electrical workers also happen to be recipients of IEC’s GIFT Scholarship. They each received a portion of the Installer program fees paid on their behalf. Being new to the industry, you could say that the Installer program bridges the beginner gap and gives contractors extra reasons to give the new worker an opportunity with a company. Reasons include that these workers show up on site skilled in hand and power tool usage, they know their numbers, measure accurately and are prepared day one to bend pipe, prep wire, install cable and more! Who wouldn’t want these professionally prepared workers on their jobsite?
The Installer program is proving to be the answer to some of our contractors looking to build an experienced workforce.
The next session begins on May 3rd running on Mondays and Wednesdays until May 26th from 5:00pm to 9:00pm. This is a perfect opportunity for contractors with new workers needing to learn their way around and maintain productivity, or for the new person looking to enter the electrical field. The Skills Based Installer Program is where you start. Click here to register for May session now!
Contact Sylvia Velez for information on upcoming June sessions. She can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org.