The Electrical Training Network course material has been praised by apprentices for being easy to use and for helping them pass the journeymen's exam the first time they took it.

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Many people are using Electrical Training Network's apprentice training material. See what they are saying:

"Our employees enjoy learning with a structured, understandable curriculum. The feedback from other contractors confirms this -we've found a solution to the training problem. If we can provide quality training to our employees thereby increasing their productivity and salaries, this will, in turn entice more young people to the industry."

–Kenny Javens, owner of Javen's Electric, Inc.

"Productivity, profits, and employee retention increase with on-going training."

–Dutch Hasskamp, owner of Dutch's Electric, Inc.

"ETN's apprentice course is the best training tool that we have found on the market today! Well-educated employees increase the productivity of our workforce."

–John Kuntz, owner of Kuntz Electric, Inc.

"It has vastly improved our ability to hire inexperienced people and train them to be skilled electricians."

–Tom Kopperud, co-owner of Norman's Electric Service, Inc.

"This course helps us attract employees and improve their standard of living through good paying jobs and a sense of accomplishment."

–Jim Grant, owner of Jim's Electric Company

"I think that anyone completing the course will make a well rounded electrician. The higher test scores on the journeyman test show this."

Ron Clark, Dept. of Workforce Education Apprenticeship Supervisor

"We have seen an increase in the success rate of our apprentices who complete your materials and take the journeyman electrician examination."

Don Havens, Program Manager
Apprenticeship and Construction Training
Arkansas Dept. of Workforce Education

"The ETN curriculum is super! The material is well organized and presented in a manner the student can easily understand. As an instructor, I appreciate the flexibility it provides."

Bob Chatmon, Electrical Instructor
Eastern Arkansas Electrical Apprenticeship Committee
North East Arkansas Community College

"Students and instructors find that each chapter is easy to use."

Louren Ross, Year 1 instructor

"Curriculum has plenty of information to keep the students, even the most advanced ones, busy."

Jeremy Carter, Year 2 instructor

"Materials are challenging enough for the students to gain the knowledge they need in order to pass the journeyman's exam."

Mark Clairday, Year 3 instructor

"I started working as an electrician four years ago. I had no former experience or education in the trade. Being 29 years old, married, with four children to support, going to college or trade school was out of the question, but I knew I would need more than just four years of on the job training to have a chance of passing my state exam and to excel at my job.

My employer told me about the Electrical Training Network. [I used the materials and] since that time I have completed years one through four. I cannot begin to tell you how much that I have learned that I would not have gotten from work alone. From conduit bending to transformers and motor controls and everything in between. this class has been very informative and challenging and I firmly believe it will give me that edge I need to pass my state exam and do quality work."

Mike Jackson, Jackson Electric Inc