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Education

NECA’s educational programs keep you at the forefront of the electrical contracting industry. With programs on a wide range of topics, NECA has both your professional growth and your company’s future covered.

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Requests for Information discusses how to best utilize RFIs and how to get the responses you need to keep your project moving forward.

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Communication Best Practices for Project Managers discusses the typical types of communications a project manager has and provides strategies to improve those communications.

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Notifications Cover ImageNotifications helps the electrical project manager understand the contractual aspects of notifications, as well as their impacts and best practices to ensure you’re complying with your contract and protecting your company.

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Career Resources and Licensing

NECA Student Chapters

NECA provides you with the resources you need to get you started with a career in the industry, including activities at colleges and universities through NECA's Student Chapter program and mentoring opportunities.


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State Licensing Information:

NECA offers online code training approved by states and localities. Learn more here

Find the major provisions of electrical code, enforcement, and contractor/electrician licensing requirements for each state in the U.S.


Conferences and Special Events:

Opportunities to connect with your peers in the industry through our annual convention and trade showNECA Now Leadership Conference and Future LeadersWomen in NECABusiness Developers and Safety Professionals groups.

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NECA staff work to benefit our members, and the industry through the development of advocacy, labor relations, safety, and training resources for electrical contractors.

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