Electrical training courses for members of IBEW Local Union 43 are offered throughout the year. Most courses are held in two semesters; a fall session and a spring
Aside from courses specific to the trade, the CNYETA also offers safety and other valuable courses such as OSHA and CPR. These courses are offered throughout the year based on enrollment.
Please contact the CNY ETA with questions or for further enrollment information during normal business hours at (315) 546-0221 or by filling out the form to the right. Please see below for additional information on the classifications and courses offered at the CNYETA!
- Applied Codeology
- Blueprint Reading
- Building Automation
- Code Calculations
- Conduit Bending
- Fire Alarm
- HVAC Control Systems
- Journeyman Productivity
- Motor Control
- Motors & Transformers
- NYS Lighting Controls
- Prysmian 15KV Splice Class (Journeymen ONLY)
- Solar Photovoltaic
- Structured Cabling/Fiber Optics
- Troubleshooting / Test Instruments
- Welding (Journeymen ONLY)
- OSHA 10
- OSHA 30
- First Aid
- Code of Excellence
CW courses are held as a year round session. There are three levels of courses that CWs are able to enroll in. The courses begin in September and end in June. Please contact your Local 43 Membership Development Representative to verify which course(s) you are able to enroll in. Once you are aware of the course(s) you are eligable for click HERE to see course availability.
The CE courses are held in semesters, one fall and one spring. CE course availability can be viewed by clicking HERE.
- CE Courses have minimum enrollment numbers to be held, if a course does not make due to low enrollment, we will contact you.
- There are prerequisites for some of the courses, please be sure to consult Local 43 Membership Development Representative or Training Center staff if you have questions.
The courses listed above are offered based on availability at the Training Center and enrollment numbers. Please contact the training center if you are interested in taking a course by using the contact form to the right, or calling during normal business hours. We will contact you when the details for the course you selected are available.
The Central New York Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the Electrical Industry (CNYETA) admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin. And provides to all, the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the Training Fund. The CNYETA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs and other school administered programs.