NJATC logo (1)The most skilled electricians are taught at the training centers managed jointly by the International Brotherhood of Electricians and the National Electrical Contractors Association. IBEW electricians receive extensive training in learning their trade and participate in continuing education and certification classes, including the latest in technology and safety standards that keep each craftsperson at the top of their profession. It’s that committment to training which has enabled the completion of many high-tech, high-finish projects on-time and on-budget. Some of the more recent projects include Target Field, TCF Bank Stadium, Guthrie Theater, Walker Art Center, the conversion of the Riverside Power Plant, upgrades at the Monticello Nuclear Power Plant, University Bioscience Building, and the new 35W bridge.

IBEW professionals participate in hundreds of hours of training programs each year and apprentices have an impressive 95% first-time pass rate in achieving state licensure. We are proud of our role in training the skilled electrical craft worker of today and we are confident in the need for an even more highly skilled electrical worker in the future.

The greater Twin Cities metropolitan area is home to two state-of-the-art electrical training centers located in St. Paul and St. Michael, Minnesota.0

The Minneapolis Electrical Training Facility in St. Michael is home to one of the most up-to-date solar photovoltaic training facilities in the country, and we are right now training skilled IBEW electrical workers for this challenging and fast-growing field. We also train our workers in other “green” technologies – Wind Energy, Programmable Controllers, Instrumentation, and high-efficiency lighting technologies. Many of these technologies are fast changing and we are committed to staying up-to-date with those changes. We welcome you to visit our training center and catch a vision for the future in this challenging field. For more information visit .

The Saint Paul Electrical Training Center educates more than 1700 apprentices and journeyman annually through trade related classroom and hands on instruction. The Saint Paul Apprenticeship and Training Committee and IBEW Local Union 110 have invested millions of dollars in equipment, tools instructor education to provided state of the art electrical service training. Most important our advanced and continuous training provides union electricians with a distinctive competitive edge in the electrical industry. To learn more about the St. Paul Electrical Training program please visit

Our apprentices are prepared to handle any electrical job with competency, pride, and professionalism. Let us work for you!