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Membership Application

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Thank you for your interest in the Electrical Contractors Association of Alberta. We have several different memberships available - find the one right for you below. If your still not sure which is the best fit, contact our office, and we will be happy to assist you.

** Member applications are subject to approval by the Board of Directors.

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Electrical Contractors (Regular Members) refers to Electrical Contractors Companies employing both union and non-union labour. Member benefits include:

  • Member pricing for ECAA events 
  • Access to Member only events and Member only content on the ECAA website
  • Listing in the on-line ECAA Membership Directory
  • Preferred rates through Affinity partners

Regular Members (Contractors) Rural Membership Year Initial Application.  Applies to communities in or within: Red Deer, Fort McMurray, North East (Lloydminster), Grande Prairie, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat.

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Any person employed by a company who is actively engaged in the activities associated with the electrical industry. This includes distributors, manufacturers, agents and those who promote professional services through education, safety and strong stakeholder relationships.

Moving your RME membership to CME, or applying for the first time? Apply here.

CME (Certified Master Electrician) is a regulatory (individual) member of the ECAA and qualifies for business license exemption within specific cities and municipalities of Alberta. 

Qualifications: active Master electrician (your Masters is current with Safety Codes Council), have completed ECAA's online Ethical Practices for Regulatory Members course, will be completing the work yourself onsite (without employees). Once approved, you can apply for a business license (must be master's first and last name and NOT as a company) and have the fee waived.

Journey Person Associate Member: can be a master electrician or journeyman who would like an individual membership with the ECAA.

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This membership category is described as: “Any level of government or government agency that directly employs either union or non-union electricians.”

Persons who made an application and are enrolled in the PEC program.

PEC Retired Member: is an individual PEC no longer working in the industry; and/or whose member company is no longer active. Annual Professional Development points are no longer required.

Retired Member: is an individual ECAA member no longer working in the industry; and/or whose member company is no longer active. 

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