FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to work for an IEC Contractor to attend your school?

IEC Education of Utah Training is available for any electrical apprentice. There is a price break for students working for IEC contractor members.

What are the pre-requisites?

First year students must pass a math placement test or be able to show math competency in order to enroll in our program. We will accept a variety of math placement assessments. Contact us for specifics. Students wishing to enroll in years 2-4 must have proof of passing the pre-requisite course. (Year 2 students must have passed year 1, etc)

What about Books?

We require students to purchase the “kit” for the associated year. There are three ways to purchase books: 1) buy them through your IEC Contractor, 2) buy them at a local college bookstore, 3)buy them direct from IEC and have them shipped directly to you (additional freight charges apply).

How Much does it cost?

Check with IEC for pricing. 801-255-3880 .

Can I go at my own pace?

Our program is structured to follow the regular school year. Our intention is to have students interact with their instructors and other students on a weekly basis. The weekly assignments can be done at your own pace and on your own schedule.

What equipment is required?

You will need a computer with an internet connection. We test our system using ie7; however, other browsers may also work. You will need the ability to read .pdf files. Occasionally you may be asked to upload photos or scans. You will receive a login and password upon registration.

Do you have Labs?

We require attendance at one or two labs each semester. We will attempt to conduct the labs at a convenient location, but some labs may require personal effort to complete.

How much time will it take?

These courses take a lot of self-motivation to complete. You should plan on spending 6-8 hours each week on schoolwork.