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There’s never been a better time to prepare for a career that's financially rewarding and personally satisfying. And there’s never been a better training program than the nationally acclaimed NECA/IBEW Local 48 Electrical Apprenticeship Training Program. Our apprentices learn from the most-respected and experienced instructors in the nation’s most technologically advanced facility. The result is the most-skilled and most-productive electricians in the nation.

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NOTICE: Journeyman and Apprentice Services PDF Print
Please be aware that Journeyman & Apprentice Services has been updated.
 
You will need to log-in using your valid email address previously provided. 
 
The new site will be using a new method of accessing your account. This will require a valid e-mail address. If you previously registered with a valid e-mail address, simply enter your e-mail address in the "log-in" screen and select "forgot password". A link will be e-mailed to the account you previously provided so you may create a password to log in. 
 
Your username will now be your email address, and your password will be the new one you provided. 
 
 
 
2014 Graduation PDF Print
Congratulations to the class of 2014. Ceremonies were held on Friday 5/2/14 at the Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel. There were 63 graduates for the class of 2014.
 
Awards were given to three top graduates for each program. Israel Arellano - Inside Program, Aaron Gardinier - Limited Energy Program, and Jason Scribner - Limited Residential Program.
 
There was also a special award given to retiring instructor Jeff Luby for his seven years of service to the training center and 37 years as an IBEW member.
 
Some of the notable people in attendance were Michael Callanan-Executive Director for the NJATC, Timothy Gauthier-NECA Chapter Manager, Gary Young- IBEW Business Manager, Rodney Belisle-NIETC Director, Ryan Beyers-Milwaukee Tool Representative, Lee Bowman- Platt Electric Supply, officers and staff of IBEW LU 48 and NECA Oregon-Columbia Chapter.

 

 

 

 

 

 NIETC 2014

 

 

 

                           

 

                                          More Graduation Pictures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
New Oregon CEU requirements PDF Print

New CEU requirements have been established in Oregon, effective December 22, 2012.

 


This will have a staggered effect on license holders, but ultimately will affect anyone with an electrical license. The new requirement is as follows:

 

Electrical License holders in Oregon who currently are required either 16 or 24 hours of continued education will need to include 4 hours of Oregon Rule and Law to the existing requirement to renew their license during future renewal cycles. This will be in addition to the already required Code Change requirement but will not increase the 16 or 24 hours required.

 

 For a General Journeyman, This will equate to the original 8 hours of code change, the new requirement of 4 hours of Oregon Rule and Law and the remaining 16 is of the license holders choice, code change or code related. Keeping in mind, a Washington WAC class will not count for Oregon CEU’s. This new requirement will be enforced during the 2015 renewal cycle.

 

For a Supervising Electrician, this will go into effect after October 1, 2013 and be required during the 2016 renewal cycle. This will mean 12 hours of Code Change and 4 hours of Rule and Law, leaving 8 hours of your choice.

 

 

For Limited residential electricians, this is also in effect during the 2015 renewal requiring 4 hours or Rule and Law in addition to the required 8 hours of Code change, leaving 4 hours of your choice.

 


Limited Energy A and B, requiring 8 hours of Code Change must incorporate the Rule and Law into the required code change. This is effective October 1, 2014 and will be required during the 2017 renewal cycle.

 

 

The training center is offering separate 4 hour rule and law classes to meet the needs of the license holders. 

 

 

The following table is provided by Oregon BCD

 


Table 2-A

 

The following licenses require completion of a separate 4-hour Oregon Rule and Law course, in addition to the code-change requirement, after the dates listed below:

 

October 1, 2012

 

General Journeyman Electrician

 

Limited Residential Electrician

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October 1, 2013

 

General Supervising Electrician*

 

Limited Supervising Electrician*

 

 

 

 



October 1, 2014 

 

Limited Journeyman Manufacturing Plant Electrician

 

 

 

 

 


The following licenses do not require completion of a separate 4-hour Oregon Rule and Law course after the date listed below. That material will be included in code-change courses for these licenses.

 

October 1, 2014

 

Limited Maintenance Electrician 

 

Class A Limited Energy Technician

 

Class B Limited Energy Technician

 

Limited Renewable Energy Technician

 

Limited Journeymen Sign Electrician

 

 

 


*NOTE: Supervising electricians will also now be required to complete 12 hours of code-change education.

 

 

Orientation Video

 

A free information orientation is held the third Tuesday of every month at 4:00pm.  Pre-registration is not required.  If you have attended an orientation in the past, is is suggested to attend the orientation again, as information and policies may have changed.  You may also view the information orientation by clicking on the link below.

Orintation Video

Code Books Available

NECA-IBEW Electrical Training Center is now selling the 2014 NEC Code Books in both Soft Bound and Loose Leaf versions.

Prices are as follows:

  • 2014 NEC Code Book - Soft Bound: $70.00
  • 2014 NEC Code Book - Loose Leaf: $80.00


  • For a limited time these prices are specially discounted for our IBEW contributing members.  Come by and pick up your new 2014 NEC Code Book today!

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