Electrical Industry Training Center

The St Louis Electrical Industry Training Center

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The St. Louis Electrical Industry Training Center is the nation's best high-tech learning facility for apprentice and journeyman electricians and communication technicians. This is where IBEW Local #1 electricians and contractors obtain training in all established and emerging technologies, participate in continuing education and training to ensure responsiveness to owners' present and future needs, apply technological innovations to reduce costs, improve quality, and expedite production and service, and take advantage of technology and other tools to customize training to meet the specific needs of facility owners and buyers of construction.

Our training center is managed by the St. Louis Area Electricians Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee. This committee includes members from IBEW Local #1 and electrical contractors signatory to the IBEW agreement, including members of the St. Louis Chapter, National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA).

Apprentice and journeyman training is our most important priority. The funding commitment by IBEW and NECA exceeds $2 million per year. Program rigor far exceeds any non-IBEW training program. The results: a knowledgeable and reliable work force whose members keep pace with rapid changes in technology.

The St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers, the local arm of the Business Roundtable, has repeatedly recognized the excellence of the St. Louis Electrical Construction Industry's outstanding training programs with its Construction Industry Cost Effectiveness Award.

Please contact us directly to:
1) Learn more about careers in the electrical and communication construction industry;
2) Join a tour at the St. Louis Electrical Industry Training Center;
3) Engage a speaker for our classroom; or
4) If qualified, sign up for our night school programs.

St. Louis Electrical Industry Training Center
2300 Hampton
St. Louis, Missouri 63139
(314) 644-3587
(314) 644-3589 (fax)
Dennis Gralike, Director
Tim Kelley, Superintendent of Related Instruction





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