Welcome to the New
Rocky Mountain Chapter
News and Updates
Rocky Mountain Chapter Workshops
Check this website periodically for any upcoming educational workshops.
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Northeast Division Workshops
Our thanks to all who participated in our Fall workshops.
For more information and to register, please see our “Northeast Division” page.
88th ANNUAL ROCKY MOUNTAIN MEETING – YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!
The Rocky Mountain Chapter is currently debating the status of our 88th annual meeting. Of course, Covid-19 restrictions are hampering our ability to have a large meeting. We would like for you to let us know your thoughts on the matter. Please scroll to the bottom of this page and click on Contact Us to express your opinion.
- Would you prefer June or July for a meeting? (Smaller, maybe 100 – 150 attendees)
- Would you prefer to attend in-person?
- Would you prefer to attend online?
- Would you like to see it moved from Thursday, Friday to Friday, Saturday?
Thank you for your input!
UPCOMING WESTERN SLOPE WORKSHOPS:
Mike Frenze and Dustin Behounek are currently working on securing locations and dates for spring workshops. Soares Grounding and Bonding will be the topic. Keep checking in for updated information.
Board member and Douglas County Inspector and our friend, Jim Dorsey, passed away suddenly the weekend of September 26 & 27. Jim was the chairman of our Codes and Standards committee and put forth a lot of time and energy in that role. Jim also gave his time as a member of an NEC code-making panel.
We will miss Jim’s dry wit and sarcasm greatly. Some of Jim’s words of wisdom were directed at his 3 daughters. Their favorite was always – “Remember girls, wiring is not a hobby”.
About The IAEI – Rocky Mountain Chapter
The primary concern of the IAEI is consumer safety. Knowing that mishandling electricity can become extremely dangerous, perhaps even fatal, the IAEI and its members are committed to improving design, installation, inspection, and usage of this energy. Education is one of the best methods for improving safety.
The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the IAEI is an organization devoted to education in the electrical field. The purpose is to provide Colorado electricians with the best education possible at a price that is affordable to everyone. The IAEI is a non-profit organization relying on volunteers in the industry that are all dedicated to getting the best instructors available and the most current information included in the seminars.
All of our workshops meet the criteria set by the Colorado Electrical Board for Continuing Education Units.
Colorado Continuing Education
The state legislature has passed a new bill regarding continuing education for electricians!!
In the license cycle 2017-2020 you will need to complete 24 hours of Continuing Education. This requirement began September 30. 2017. You will need a total of 24 hours of CE over the next three years. Four of those CE hours must be in Code Changes, the other 20 hours can be in the core areas of your choosing.
For information regarding the Colorado State licensing changes and CE requirements, please visit the State Electrical Board’s website at
Serving the Colorado Counties of:
- Kit Carson
For more information, please see our Northeast Division page.