Upcoming Class Schedule

We are still taking names for the following: Basic Electrical Safety, Blueprint Reading, Code of Excellence, Conduit Bending, COMET, EPRI I (instrumentation), EPRI II,  EVITP (Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Training Program), Electrical Project Supervisor (foreman), First Aid/CPR/AED, MSHA, NFPA 70E,OSHA10/30, Photovoltaic, Rigging and Signaling, and Test Instruments.  As soon as we have enough people interested, we will get a class on the schedule. Also keep on eye out for the one day four CEU classes that we have started to shedule.

All classes that have Continuing Education Units (CEUs) may be taken once per calendar year for those credits to apply to your license as per the Department of Safety & Professional Services (DSPS).

Scheduled classes are listed below. Please contact the hall (920) 432-0158, if you have any questions or wish to sign up for any of the classes scheduled or unscheduled.

New Member Orientation

This class is required for current 1st year Apprentices as unpaid related instruction.  It is also necessary for beginning Construction Wireman to advance to the next level.  Learn about the benefits and the workings of your Local Union.  This class is open to all members and there is no charge, if you have not attended a New Member Orientation Class, we strongly recommend you attend.  Class will be held Thursday, March 14th from 4:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.


Structured Cabling Class

Premises cable installation.  This course will offer the opportunity to gain insight and  hands-on knowledge of the current standards, codes and applied uses.  Learn how to install, identify, terminate, and test premises cabling.  Learn about ANSI/TIA-568C standards and chapter 8 of the NEC.  Understand the uses of different types of cabling.  Class is not approved for CEUs, is limited to 20 students, and a class fee of $10.00.  Classes will be held on the following Wednesdays; February 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th and March 6th, 13th and 20th from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

JIW/Masters Exam Prep Class:

This course will prepare students to take the WI State Journeyman's or Master's Exam and is entirely based on the 2017 NEC Code Book.  The 2017 Code Book can be purchased at the hall for $80.85.  Class is approved for 25 CEUs, is limited to 20 students, and a fee of $35.00.  Classes will be held on the following Wednesdays; February 20th, 27th, March 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th, April 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th,  May 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

NFPA 70E Class:

The NFPA 70E standard states that to work on energized 50V AC/DC and above, you must be trained in Electrical Safety Related Work Practices and re-trained every 3 years.  Also, in reference to First Aid, CPR, AED training:  According to the 2018 NFPA-70E Standard,  Article 110.2(C)(2)(d):  "Training Shall occur at a frequency that satisfies the requirements of the certifying body".  In other words you must have a current First Aid, CPR, AED card.  Class is approved for 8 CEUs, is limited to 15 students, and a class fee of $10.00.  Classes will be held on; Wednesday, April 24th, Thursday, April 25th, and Friday April 26th from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

OSHA 30:

Class is aproved for 30 CEUs, is limited to 25 students, and a class fee of $10.00.  Class will be held on the following Mondays; April 22nd, 29th, May 6th, 13th, 20th, June 3rd, 10th, and 17th from 5:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.

COMET/ Code of Excellence

COMET class is required for all apprentices and recommended for all CWs and members that have not taken the class.  The class content covers: the history of the IBEW and the role of Henry Miller as the first worksite organizer, analysis of current, past and trend lines of market share, identification of setbacks to our organization, and discussion about the gap between union and non-union workers.  The real purpose of this class is to get everyone to understand that the amount of work, the amount of our wages, the health of our pensions and the success of this organization are all tied to the percentage of organized electrical workers in our industry.  With that, comes a call to action to get every member to think and act the part of a worksite organizer.
Code of Excellence class is designed to implement professionalism and best practices on each and every IBEW jobsite.  It also insures that our jobs meet the highest standards, including the safest possible workplace and work methods, the ultimate quality and quantity of work, and unsurpassed work skills.  Class will be Thursday, April 4th from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.  Open to all members, no fee, no CEUs.


Mike Holt's DVD Classes

The following DVD’s and material are available for check out (CEU hours listed in parenthesis):

 Commercial Calculations (4.5)
Dwelling Unit Calculations (8.0)
Equipment for General Use (5.0)
General Requirements Circuits & Protection (10.0)
Grounding vs. Bonding (4.5)
Limited Energy & Communications Systems (5.0)
Motor & Air Conditioning Calculations (4.5)
Multifamily Dwelling Calculations (5.0)
Raceway & Box Calculations (5.0)
Special Equipment (5.0)
Special Occupancies (5.0)
Transformer Calculations (5.0)
Voltage Drop Calculations (4.5)
Wiring Methods (10)

 You must complete 10 review questions for each hour of CEUs, and you must get 70% on these tests.  There is a $10.00 fee for each DVD when applying for CEUs only.


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First Aid/CPR/AED:   The State of Wisconsin is not accepting First Aid/CPR renewal if done through an online course.