Message from the President

It my pleasure to serve as the president of IEC Fort Worth/Tarrant County Chapter and also as the 2016 president of the IEC of Texas. Please see the photo of the IEC of Texas officers installation at the January 22nd board meeting in Austin. Read More

Fall Apprenticeship Program Opens
March 1st

Applications will be accepted March 1st through July 28th for the 2016-2017 school -year. Applications will be taken Tuesday through Thursday at the IEC office from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Minimum requirements to apply for the program are: Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Applicants must have a high school diploma or must have successfully passed the GED Equivalent and have a GED Certificate.Read More

Lunch and Learn Febuary 11th

Finding, Attracting & Retaining Skilled Workers in a Tight Market – Hiring the Next Generation: This outstanding seminar provided by Phil Mussallem, president of Electrical Staffing, will be held February 11th from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm. Lunch will be included a the chapter office. Registration is $15. Read More

Glen Mazur’s Troubleshooting Workshop is Back

March 4th and 5th our chapter will host this workshop on meters, relays, harmonics, grounding and more. You can attend the one day seminar on either March 4th or 5th. You’ll learn how to improve your troubleshooting skills, meter types to use and what the meter reading means, troubleshooting new problems, electrical problems using test circuits and MUCH more.
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Safety Luncheon Set for March 9th

The safety luncheon, “General Requirements for Respiratory Protection,” will be presented by Jack Blease of Honeywell Safety. The program will be held at the IEC Fort Worth Chapter office March 9th at 11:45 am. Cost for the program is $15.00. Read More

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Annual Meeting set for March 24th at
Joe T Garcia’s

Mark your calendars for our annual meeting festivities at Joe T Garcia’s La Puertita. It’s your chance to learn everything happening at our chapter.
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Cyber-Crime is Scary and Expensive

Business owners today understand the tremendous benefits of using the Internet, computers, and technology in their everyday operations. Unfortunately, all that technology can open the door to some very serious cyber threats. Every business that is “plugged in” is a target for criminals to steal, spy, and cause major disruption.
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Can you ask for a waiver for workers’ compensation claims?

Can the company request an employee, including a pregnant worker, to sign a waiver from liability, due to potential danger of on-the job injury sustained or harm sustained, at the hands of a mental health patient who is a resident of our facility?
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Insurance Can and Should Fit into Your Financial Plans

Life insurance is something that you, as a business owner, frequently hear about. Everyone says you should have it, but has anyone ever explained why or what it can do for you? Do you really need it? No, you don’t—unless you want to help provide some financial security for your family and business.Read More

Sincere Thanks to Our Members

We would like to say thank you to Thomas & Betts for the donation of control components to be used in our apprenticeship program labs valued at $6,080. We’d also like to thank the IEC Foundation for making this donation possible. It’s industry partners like Thomas & Betts who make it possible to provide the quality education our trade needs.Read More

Renew your Electrician License with IEC

TDLR Approved Four Hour Continuing Education Course. Provider Number 1059 | NEC 2014 Article 110, NFPA 70E and State Law Course Number 14649Read More

 

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