Journeyman Inside Wireman with 24 years experience in the Electrical Construction trade 1990 to present.
NECA-IBEW NJATC Apprenticeship Instructor Inside Wireman Course 2003 to present. This marks my 11th year in the classroom as a JATC instructor at the training facility in Michigan City Indiana.
Since 2003 I have been one of six classroom instructors employed to teach apprentices in the Local 531 Inside Wireman Program. I was chosen to teach electrical theory and trigonometry for conduit bending as a result of my Valpo Tech background.
Referrences available on request.
I have been employed with the signatory contractors of IBEW Locals 531 and 697 since May of 1990.
My job tasks have included all aspects of Electrical Construction including, print reading, planning, and installation of electrical conductors, wire ways and the associated distribution equipment in mills, power houses and commercial business settings.
I am currently working for Enerfab at the FGD Project at Nipsco in Michigan City Indiana.
Before joining the IBEW in 1990. I attended Valparaiso Technical Institute earning a EET in 1989.
I am a graduate of Valparaiso High School, class of 1976. I was a Vocational Architecture major there in my last 2 years.
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