The electrical training ALLIANCE reaches beyond the textbook, incorporating advanced technology in all aspects of training. Blended learning enables students to continue training remotely, bridging the gap between an apprenticeship and learning in the classroom. The electrical training ALLIANCE encourages training centers to embrace new technologies and offers ongoing technical courses to support all facilities using its curriculum. Since instructors and students can connect virtually, training on the go is easier than ever. Blended Learning also enhances the classroom time as Instructors can spend more time with hands-on instruction rather than going over homework.
Registration information and course schedules are easily found on our website. Check out the latest course catalog.
Many electrical training ALLIANCE instructors are experts in their field, but are new to teaching. With access to the world's largest electrician training library and experienced educators, instructors have a plethora of resources to help them organize and teach classes. We also offer technical courses and monthly webinars so all instructors can stay up-to-date with the latest technologies.
Our monthly webinars feature new curriculums and special presentations by our partners. These webinars keep instructors, contractors and students informed of current technologies, industry news and product information.
All instructors are encouraged to participate in The electrical training ALLIANCE's annual National Training Institute (NTI), an event offering ongoing training for new and experienced instructors.
Specialty trade skills mean nothing without a solid foundation of core skills. Our core curriculum allows students to specialize in their trade while still becoming well-rounded craftsperson. Every region requires different skills from electricians. Being an electrician in rural Indiana is not the same as being one in Las Vegas! Each state's certification exam is unique and qualifications for an electrician's license vary. The electrical training ALLIANCE provides the flexibility to train for these unique demands by offering core and advances studies. The core curriculum establishes the foundation of skills necessary to be an IBEW/NECA Journey-Level Worker. The Advanced Studies curriculum creates alternative training paths to customize your training centers' workforce to specific market demands the contractors and their customers demand.
To accommodate students and instructors, we have at least one training center in each state. Each of these training centers offers courses uniquely designed for the location. Find a training center near you. If needed, electrical training ALLIANCE can also notify your state licensing board of your course completion. Rush reporting is available for an additional fee.