IEC National Announces Call for Presentations for IECCon17
ALEXANDRIA, VA, January 12, 2017 (Newswire.com) - The Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC), the nation’s premier trade association for merit shop electrical and systems contractors, representing over 3,000 companies, announces a "Call for Presentations" for IECCon17, its 2017 annual conference held October 25-28, 2017, in Phoenix, AZ.
Building on the success of past conferences, IEC is looking for innovative, knowledgeable, and articulate experts to share their expertise with their fellow peers working in the electrical or systems contractor ecosystem. The submissions deadline for speaker proposals is Monday, February 27, 2017.
Under the submission guidelines, presentation submissions should focus on suggested topics, such as overtime rule concerns for employers, top reasons electrical service installations get red tagged, the buzz about drones, gig workers and how they affect the labor force, how to handle an unexpected service equipment meltdown, skilled worker labor shortage, temporary electrical power, and other relevant issues to the electrical and systems contracting industry.
All submissions will be reviewed and are selected based on practical applicability and relevance to the IEC audience; quality; innovation; and originality of the information and delivery, organization and focus, qualifications/reputation of presenter(s), and creative use of multi-media or adult education tools. To submit a presentation online, visit www.ieci.org/iec-con/2017-proposals.
Established in 1957, IEC is a trade association representing more than 3,000 members with 50 chapters nationwide. Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, IEC is the nation’s premier trade association representing America’s independent electrical and systems contractors. IEC National aggressively works with the industry to establish a competitive environment for the merit shop – a philosophy that promotes the concept of free enterprise, open competition, and economic opportunity for all.
Source: Independent Electrical Contractors