Training Partners

For more than 80  years, IAEI has been teaching training classes for various organizations.
  • American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) 
  • Electric West
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
  • Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC)
  • International Sign Association (ISA)
  • National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
  • Professional Affordable Continuing Education (PACE) 

  • NECA 

    UL

    ICC

NETA
NFPA

NJATC


 

International Training Partners

IAEI also develops and implements training for our international training partners:
  • Bermuda
  • Canada
  • Cayman Islands
  • Grand Cayman
  • Jamaica
  • Mexico
  • Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Ministry of Engineering
  • Saudi Arabia
  • UAE – Dubai

Clients

Rounding out the IAEI training portfolio are our partners in the field of formal education and government for whom we have developed and provided electrical education.
  • Angelo State University
  • Army Corps of Engineers
  • Bettis Atomic Labs
  • Bismarck State College
  • Cape Kennedy Space Center
  • Chevron USA
  • Disney
  • Howard College
  • Joliet Junior College
  • Lawrence Livermore Labs
  • McHenry College
  • University of Minnesota
  • NASA
  • City of North Las Vegas
  • Northrop-Grumman
  • Penn State University
  • Pennsylvania Housing Research Center at Penn State
  • Orange County Sheriff’s Department
  • Raytheon
  • Rutgers University
  • The Smithsonian Institute
  • Southeastern Pennsylvania Transist Authority (SEPTA)
  • Texas A&M University
  • Texas Instruments (TI)
  • Tinker Aire Force Base
  • Valero Energy Corporation
  • US Forest Service

FAQ

Who I contact to set up an onsite training seminar or to become a training partner?
Contact the IAEI Education Department at 972-235-1455 or by emailing Joseph Wages, Jr.

Does IAEI submit its programs for state approval for license renewals?
Yes. Each program is submitted for approval depending on each state’s requirements and criteria.

Does IAEI offer different seminar topics?
Yes, IAEI offers over twenty different topics for electrical education and training. The three staples offered by IAEI are the Soares Grounding and Bonding seminar, Analysis of Changes seminar, and the One- and Two-Family Dwelling Electrical Systems seminar. You can view all the topics and a brief synopsis of each at the IAEI website.

What is the price structure for an IAEI seminar?
Prices would depend on the type of seminar you are interested in. For an IO seminar, check the IAEI website for registration prices. For co-op seminars, IAEI has made these types of seminars very attractive and affordable at significantly reduced prices to encourage an educational partnership between the IO and the IAEI chapters and divisions. For on-site seminars, prices are based on an individual bases dependent upon variables such as the type of organizational involvement with IAEI, location, length of seminar, etc. Interested parties should contact the education department for a specific quote for an on-site seminar.

What different types of seminars formats does IAEI offer?
IAEI offers three different types of seminars to offer educational opportunities to our members and others in the electrical industry.

(1) International Office
(IO) seminars are seminars conducted by IAEI International at IAEI headquarters. These seminars are open to anyone with registrations handled by the international office.

(2) Cooperative (Co-Op) seminars 
are held by the local IAEI chapters or divisions in conjunction with the IO to offer seminars to industry professionals in their local areas.

(3) On-Site seminars
are seminars held at a client’s facility that provide training at the convenience of the client, whether within regular business hours or on scheduled shifts. These types of seminars are usually the most cost-effective way for meeting the client’s educational goals as organizations save a significant amount in reduced travel expenses and lost productive time. IAEI provides an IAEI national instructor to travel to the client’s facility on the date and time of the client’s choosing. The client handles any and all meeting facilities and registrations that might be associated with the on-site seminar.