Spring 2020 Seminars
The Rocky Mountain Chapter will hold a series of seminars on NEC 2017 Theory and Calculations, a hands-on workshop where attendees will be using the 2017 NEC to work through assorted problems to arrive at the correct code solution. Also, pictures of code violations will be shown with the attendees writing the proper correction notice. Make it to one of these day-long events to get your state-required continuing education!
January 24 - Loveland, CO at the Ranch Event Center (sponsored by the Northeast Division)
January 25 - Greeley, CO at Zoe's Cafe & Event Center (sponsored by the Northeast Division)
Cost to attend is $125 for an IAEI member and $150 for a non-member. Registration at the door is an extra $25.
This workshop is an interactive workshop dealing with theory and calculations. You will receive 8 CEUs toward your 2020 license renewal. The Rocky Mountain IAEI is a Colorado approved education provider.
2020 IAEI Rocky Mountain Chapter Annual Meeting
March 19-20, 2020
Learn more and register: www.rocky-iaei.org
Electrical inspectors, contractors and installers are invited to attend the 2-day educational program at the Annual Meeting, which will have numerous trade booths, as well as code forum discussions and informative class subjects.
Topics will include 2020 Code Changes, NFPA 70E, Medium Voltage Systems, UI History of Wiring Methods, Code Panels, Code Quiz, Grounding & Bonding, and Available Fault Current. Come learn from the program and from all of the experienced IAEI members who will be in attendance with you.
Regular Meeting Information
Third Friday of each month at 9:30 a.m.
The chapter holds various educational seminars throughout the year. Subjects include:
- 1- & 2-Family Dwelling Systems
- Soares Grounding
- Changes to the NEC
- Hazardous Locations
- Code Calculations
- Separately Derived Systems
- and many more.
Its members consist of
- Electrical inspectors
- Electrical engineers
- Electrical contractors
- Manufacturer representatives
- Other volunteers.
The Chapter has annual meetings in Denver, Colorado in March. The Wyoming Chapter has its annual meeting in May, held in Thermopolis. Both meetings have numerous trade booths, as well as code forum discussions, UL inspectors meetings, and informative class subjects.
For information regarding the Colorado State licensing changes, please visit the State Electrical Board's website at
Don't forget to sign up for your continuing competency assessment at www.pearsonvue.com as soon as possible!