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About Mid-Oregon IEC

The Mid-Oregon chapter of the Independent Electrical Contractors is an advocate and resource for the region’s electrical and limited energy contractors.

As a community-oriented organization, we strive to strengthen the workforce through educational and apprenticeship programs, advocating for our members in local and state government, and teaching safe and ethical business practices. Our workforce is only as strong as its members. Together, we can strengthen the industry.

The Independent Electrical Contractors of Mid-Oregon are dedicated to strengthening the competitive environment for the area’s independent electrical contractors. We accomplish this by:

  • Developing a creative, professional workforce
  • Advocating within local and state government
  • Promoting safe, ethical, and profitable business practices
  • Providing industry leadership and advocacy
Apprenticeship
Expectations

Diligent Performance

In order to get the most out of your apprenticeship, it’s important that all apprentices conduct themselves professionally, work hard and safe, and complete all training classes to the best of their abilities.

Notification of Changes

Change in employer or employment status? New address or phone number? Unexpected personal commitment? Keep us apprised of your progress, status, and needs.

Monthly Progress Reports

All apprentices must submit monthly, signed progress reports detailing work progress, delivered to the administrator’s office no later than the 10th day of the following month. This is important in ensuring that you are advancing at each six-month interval.

Ensure Rule Compliance

Make sure you’re up to date on safety procedures, laws regarding supervision of work, training agent status, and that you are working diligently, punctually, and professionally!

Diligent Performance

In order to get the most out of your apprenticeship, it’s important that all apprentices conduct themselves professionally, work hard and safe, and complete all training classes to the best of their abilities.

Notification of Changes

Change in employer or employment status? New address or phone number? Unexpected personal commitment? Keep us apprised of your progress, status, and needs.

Monthly Progress Reports

All apprentices must submit monthly, signed progress reports detailing work progress, delivered to the administrator’s office no later than the 10th day of the following month. This is important in ensuring that you are advancing at each six-month interval.

Ensure Rule Compliance

Make sure you’re up to date on safety procedures, laws regarding supervision of work, training agent status, and that you are working diligently, punctually, and professionally!

Apprentice Testimonial
Savannah Herrell
Apprentice Electrician

At IEC Mid-Oregon, we are committed to getting electrical apprentices the training, support, and on-the-job experience they need in order to have a highly successful career. Apprentices split their time between hands-on, engaging classroom learning and employment with a Title III Training Agent, where they learn from Journeymen on the job and begin utilizing their skills out in the field.

Listen to Savannah, a fourth year Apprentice Electrician, talk about her experience with IEC.

Randall M. Tyle | Apprenticeship Coordinator and Owner, Apprenticeship Training Services

For more than twenty years, Randall Tyle has been supporting apprenticeship programs that keep Oregon’s electricians at the forefront of their industry. Throughout the state, Randall coordinates training and apprenticeships for machinists, plumbers, mechanics, and electricians. With a background in Naval Aviation, Randall served as an S-3 Viking Crewman for 20 years with the US Navy, where he also worked as a Staff Oceanographer and as a Curriculum and Standards Specialist.