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The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) is an organization working specifically for the betterment of electrical contractors and the electrical industry. Founded nationally in 1901 to provide a formal organization and education for the new electrical trades, it now has 118 national chapters and foreign affiliates, with more than 4,000 electrical contractor company members.
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) was founded in 1891 to reform the harsh working conditions experienced by America’s first electrical wiremen and linemen. It is the only union established specifically for electricians. IBEW currently has 1,100 local unions throughout the United States and Canada representing more than 750,000 member electricians.
Training Center
Through progressive partnering, the Oregon-Columbia Chapter of NECA and IBEW Local 48 has developed the foremost electrical apprenticeship program in the country. Our nationally acclaimed Apprenticeship Training Program provides the most skilled and productive electrical workers in the industry and is emulated by chapters and locals across the country. Our training program is a cooperative effort funded through our Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee – not taxpayer dollars. This private effort allows us to maintain and develop a skilled, qualified workforce for today and for the future.
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