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Rocky Mountain Chapter Workshops
Check this website periodically for any upcoming educational workshops.
89th Annual Meeting & Trade Show 2022
A Big THANK YOU to all who attended!! We will see you next year.
Attendees Register Here
Vendors Register Here
Northeast Division Workshops
A big Thank You to all who attended our workshop on February 11. You made it a great success!
Check this page periodically for upcoming workshop dates.
For more information and to register, please see our “Northeast Division” page.
89TH ANNUAL MEETING
The Rocky Mountain Chapter 89th Annual Meeting was held on Thursday, March 31 and Friday, April 1, 2022 with 164 attendees The meeting was a big success and we appreciate all who attended! We do expect to post the code panel questions and answers in the near future.
Mark March 23 & 24, 2023 on your calendar for next year’s meeting. We anticipate a sold out venue due to it being a year to look at all the 2023 Code Changes. Registration will not begin until January 2023.
SCHOLARSHIPS: We will be offering scholarships to next year’s meeting for someone that might be not be financially able to attend or is a rising star in the industry. If you know of someone who you think may be deserving of a scholarship, please send a letter to us stating why you believe this person would benefit from attending this meeting. Recipients will receive a free one-year membership to the International Association of Electrical Inspectors. We have a limited number of scholarships available so let us know as soon as possible. Please use the Contact Us link at the bottom of this page or send a letter to Rocky Mountain IAEI, PO Box 209, Drake, CO, 80515 or Email us directly at IAEI Rocky Mountain Chapter.
ARE YOU A STUDENT IN THE ELECTRICAL FIELD?
If so, you may be eligible for a FREE, 1-year membership in the IAEI. To see if you are eligible, please go to: https://www.iaei.org/page/2021-iaei-student-application
The Rocky Mountain Chapter welcomes you into membership in the Electrical Industry Safety Leader!!
It is with deep sadness that we pass along the news of the death of Steve Clark. Steve was an inspector for the City of Aurora and a former Rocky Mountain IAEI Board Member. Steve was an integral part of our local electrical community and he will be greatly missed.
See Our Latest “Did You Know” Blog Post
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
In the license cycle 2020-2023 you will need to complete 24 hours of Continuing Education. This requirement began September 30. 2020. 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.
Our Latest Blog Post!
Did you know… Did you know that there are restrictions to where you can install circuit breakers and fused switches? Those restrictions can be found in article 240.24(A) through (F) of the 2020 NEC. Circuit breakers and fused switches are called overcurrent devices. They need to be readily accessible and installed so the...