National Electrical Contractors Association

The Voice Of The Electrical Construction Industry



NECA sponsors more than 300 joint training programs in the U.S., a program that allow electrical apprentices to earn a paycheck while learning their craft.

Electrical apprenticeships last for five years, with the apprentice taking on more responsibility and earning a higher wage each year. Apprentices completing the program are known as journeymen electricians.

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) is NECA’s partner in local and national joint apprenticeship training committees and centers.

Find a local JATC at the National Joint Apprenticeship Training Center.
  • View a complete listing of NECA's resources and industry information by topic.
  • NECA’s education programs provide innovation, business trends and effective leadership exclusive to electrical contractors.
  • NECA is working every day to ensure you have every opportunity available to stay on top of the issues affecting your business and to be directly in touch with your Senators and your Representative in Congress.
  • NECA communities are member-initiated groups where contractors and industry professionals sharing common interests and business concerns can come together.
  • NECA membership isn’t just about saving your firm time and money; it’s also about helping your company make more money and achieve success!
  • NECA contractors employ the most highly trained and reliable workforce in the industry. They will get your job done right the first time, on time, without disrupting your business.