MECA provides a forum for Independent Electrical Contractors to continue learning while improving their company and their industry. You are invited to become one of the true professionals in the electrical industry by joining IEC today. 

What we have to offer:

MECA IEC Apprenticeship Training program -
-Approved Standards with Ohio State Apprenticeship Council (OSAC)
-Four-year registered apprenticeship program through the U.S Dept. of Labor
-You will receive 168 hours of classroom education per year, with lectures, demonstrations, and  laboratory work which are among the best and most  up-to-date in the industry by dedicated field  experienced faculty and professional staff.
-College credit for selected electrical construction courses leading to a short-term technical certificate rewarded by Sinclair Community College.
MECA IEC Continuing Education for Journeyman & Contractors and Electrical Inspectors -
-Click here for our next Code Class to be held June 4 and June 11,2022.
MECA IEC offers various seminars and programs throughout the year.
The National IEC offers its members certain benefits from companies.  Click here for a complete list of corporate benefits you can receive.
Communication Tools you will receive from the National IEC - 
-Insights Magazine (published 8 times per year) addresses emerging market trends, federal   government activities, contractor success stories, new product information, buyers guides, and more
-E-newsletters Electrical Matters and IEC Extension keep members up to date on the latest news  within the association and in the electrical contracting community.
Access to the members-only section of the website which provides valuable safety resource information and a variety of powerful tools to enhance your productivity and profitability.
Public Relations & Federal Government Advocacy from the National IEC – 
-Representation of merit shop workforce issues, including state and federal employment regulations,  project labor agreements, union activities, association health plans, and employment discrimination
-Political Action Committee (PAC) and Political Educational Fund (PEF) provide advocacy support in  Washington on behalf of IEC members
-Participation in state and federal apprentice advisory boards
-Industry Career Awareness Program - working with organizations (SkillsUSA/VICA) to raise student  awareness of career opportunities in the electrical contracting industry
-Award programs that recognize excellence and achievements of IEC members and chapters
National IEC Convention and Trade Show
Networking opportunities - An opportunity to assist with employee apprentice shortages when requested, work together on issues affecting the local electrical contracting industry and sharing new technology and cost saving materials.