DENVER, Colorado — To close out its annual Instructor Appreciation Week, IECRM hosted a special April 11th Happy Hour at Jay’s Grille & Bar in Denver to celebrate the 23 instructors of its Four-Year Electrical Apprentice Program and continuing education classes. The special event included complimentary bar beverages and food for all guests, and was sponsored by QED. Instructor Appreciation Week was sponsored by Encore Electric, Inc.
“Every week is reason to celebrate our amazing group of instructors, and this week is a moment where we take pause and formally recognize our deep and sincere gratitude through Instructor Appreciation Week,” said IECRM CEO, Spenser Villwock.
The event also celebrated the newest members to the IECRM energy trade association. New members at the event included GE Johnson Construction Company, JLL, and Panduit.
Long-time IECRM members at the event included 1st Electric Contractors, Inc., and Encore Electric, Inc. IECRM Industry Partners at the event included CET and Associates, QED, and Stewart & Stevenson.
IECRM will begin registering students for the 2014-15 academic school year in June, and continuing education classes are currently open for enrollment. Visit http://www.iecrm.org/education-and-training/ to learn more about educational programs for the electrical and renewable energy industries, or call (303) 853-4886.
Bryan Beckett of EcoGreenOffice; Nate Arnold of Northglenn Winlectric; Instructor Jeff Magee; Alex Weinberg, Todd Armstrong, both of CET & Associates
Dave Moir of Stewart & Stevenson; Instructor Steve Cauley; Brad O’Rourke of At Your Service Car Care; Paul Lingo IECRM Training Director; Spenser Villwock IECRM CEO; Nick Grimstadt of Eaton
Justin Kubicek of Spectrum Mobile Services; Laura Heon of Panduit; Instructor Steve Breeds
About Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain (IECRM)
Since 1981, the Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain (IECRM) has been the leading electrical and renewable energy contractor association in Colorado. Representing over 200 member companies responsible for $2B annually, and educating over 725 electrical apprentices and licensed electricians annually, IECRM is dedicated to educating, promoting, and advancing the electrical industry.
IECRM, located in Denver, Colorado, is a chapter of the Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC), a national trade association for merit shop electrical and systems contractors.Tagged with tED