Independent Electrical Contractors of New England
Empowering Electricians Since 1968.

Building

1800 Silas Deane Highway 

Rear Building

Rocky Hill, CT 06067

 

1800 Silas Deane Highway is a big brick apartment building called Stepny Place (across from Rita’s Ice cream).  Go into the driveway of the apartment building and follow the driveway to the back right of the parking lot.  We are the small brick building with a carport and a flagpole (pictured above).


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April 11

Dinner Meeting - 5:30 pm

J. Timothy’s Tavern -  Plainville
Sponsored by All-Phase Electric Supply

 

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May 12

License Exam Prep Class 

7:30 am - 4:00 pm

Rocky Hill

 

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May 16

Bus Trip to Fenway

Sponsored by:

ROI / Federated Insurance / Veeco Electric

 

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May 18 & 19

Foreman Training

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

(Must attend both days)

Rocky Hill

 

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May 22

Business Law Review

4:00 pm -7:00 pm

(For those taking their E-1 Licensing Exam)

 

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Please note that all meetings, events, instructors and classes are subject to schedule change with proper notification.  
REFUND POLICY: A full refund, minus a $35.00 administrative fee, will be given if notification of cancellation is made 10 days prior to the training. After that date, no refund will be given and no-shows will not be refunded.  There is a $15 restocking fee for cancelled book orders.  IEC-NE reserves the right to cancel any event that does not meet the minimum registration requirements.         

What is IEC New England?

The Independent Electrical Contractors of New England, Inc. (IEC-NE) is the region’s premier trade association representing Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island independent electrical and systems contractors, aggressively working with the industry to establish a free environment for merit shops - a philosophy that promotes the concept of free enterprise, open competition and economic opportunity for all. 

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Upcoming Events and Classes

  Date Time Event Location City Registration
Tue, Apr 24, 2018 4/24/18 7:30am Breakfast Series - Substance Abuse in the Workplace Substance Abuse in the Workplace - IEC New England Rocky Hill Register
Fri, Apr 27, 2018 4/27/18 7:30am 2018 CT Continuing Education IEC New England, Instructor: Frank Gladwin Rocky Hill Register
Wed, May 2, 2018 5/2/18 4:00pm IEC New England Board of Directors Meeting IEC New England Office Rocky Hill Call for Details
Thu, May 10, 2018 5/10/18 5:00pm Apprenticeship & Training Graduation & Dinner Apprenticeship Graduation ~ The Aqua Turf Club Plantsville, CT Register
Sat, May 12, 2018 5/12/18 7:30am E1/E2 Technical Refresher Prep Class IEC New England Rocky Hill Register
Sat, May 12, 2018 5/12/18 7:30am 2018 CT Continuing Education IEC New England, Instructor: Tim Ackert Rocky Hill Register

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