New! 2020 Announcement
IEC-FECC, formally Florida Electrical Apprenticeship (FEAA), will continue with the same pride and integrity we've demonstrated for decades,
to provide quality education and training for our apprenticeship school.
Our school has an 88% graduation rate out of hundreds of apprentices who have gone on to receive their journeyman’s license and some have even become master electricians owning their own companies.
IEC-FECC's curriculum is regarded as among the best in the industry and is recognized by the US Department of Labor and State Apprenticeship Council's across
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Welcome to Apprenticeship!
The current electrical workforce is aging and the need for skilled electricians is constant. Jobs for experienced electricians are always available.
IEC-FECC apprenticeship program is registered with the State of Florida, Department of Education, which includes on-the-job (OJT) training with a sponsoring contractor and related training classes at night through Palm Beach State College and Riviera Beach Prep Acadamy.
Advantages of Apprenticeship
Training in an exciting career that is in demand and essential
Get paid while you attend classroom training
Periodic raises as your knowledge in the field increases
NO student loans to re-pay
Opportunities for advancements within the industry
Career Path of an Electrician
IEC-FECC is a 4 year apprenticeship program
in which you work in the electrical trade at the same time you are attending your related training classes.
4 years of classroom
8000 hours OJT (48 months)
The quickest way to obtain a journeyman's license in Palm Beach County is by way of apprenticeship. With a completed apprenticeship certificate you can apply to receive your Palm Beach County journeyman's license upon passing the journeyman's exam.
IEC-FECC is your raceway to excellence.
We offer courses in support of members looking to get their Master's license.
Many of our graduates have gone on to obtain their journeyman's and masters license and have become electrical contractors, owning their own companies.