Knowledge of the Code is one of the most powerful aspects and strengths anyone involved in the electrical trade can possess.  That's why the IAEI and the Wisconsin Chapter focus on providing authoritative Code education through affordable, high-quality technical seminars.


Steve Froemming, Secretary/Treasurer
Wisconsin Chapter IAEI

Are you an IAEI Member?  If not, look at these benefits!

  • Members receive discounts on training seminars and receive a free NEC Code book after three consecutive renewals.
  • IAEI News magazine provides a bi-monthly publication written by experts in the field on various electrical topics relevant to all levels of electricians.
  • IAEI members can become strong allies when support, expertise, and resources are needed. 
  • With 137 chapters nationwide, your membership allows you access to a wealth of knowledge through chapter meetings, conferences, and networking events.
  • Sign up for your membership today along with your session registration!

Wisconsin Chapter IAEI   

2019 Fall Training

The Wisconsin Chapter IAEI in conjunction with the local inspectors' associations present the 2019 Fall Training Sessions featuring updates and clarifications of the 2017 NEC and SPS 316 changes.  Seven dates and locations for you to choose from. Sign up today!

Registration/Check-in for all Sessions:  7:00 a.m. to 7:45 a.m.
Seminar for all Sessions:  7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Light lunch included!


Due to a legal interpretation by DSPS of the definition of a "one and  two-family dwelling," the 2017 NEC and SPS 316 will affect almost every person involved in the electical field in Wisconsin.  Don't miss out on one of these sessions!

DSPS Update:
We have requested DSPS provide staff to explain the updates regarding the electical "State of the State."  If DSPS is unavailable, the training will include the latest information available from DSPS concerning the implementation of the 2017 NEC and SPS 316.



2017 NEC and SPS 316 Updates:
We will discuss the changes electricians face when moving from the 2011 NEC and SPS 316 to the 2017 NEC and SPS 316.  Changes will also highlight items adopted from the 2014 NEC.


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Six hours of CEUs will be provided for Commercial and UDC Electrical Inspectors, Master Electricians, Residential Master Electricians, Journeyman Electricans, Industrial Journeyman Electricans, Residential Journeyman Electricans, and Registered Electricans.

Qualifies for hours for Apprentices and Design Professionals.

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