1091 S. Parker Road Denver Co. 80234 / 720-809-6933 / rmetidenver@gmail.com
Our Mission Vision
RMETI serves as a catalyst for tradesmen who represent proper morals, responsibility and virtue to restore INTEGRITY to the electrical industry- as well as to advise students in life skills such as professionalism and in communication.
Our Commitment
RMETI is committed to top quality training. We provide the best educational programs available to use both in career and life. RMETI’s staff and partners are committed: Instructors, Businesses and Contractors are able to offer more than just industry code but also hands on experience! We ensure our graduates are professional with excellent communication skills which serve the Customer, City Inspectors and all contractors.

The Rocky Mountain Electrical Training Institute (hereafter referred to as school) offers a top quality electrical training program supported by a professional group of teachers and electricians committed to passing on quality knowledge and “Tradesman” skills to the next generation of the
electrical construction workforce.

Programs Offered/Certificate Programs

Program A :  155 hrs. 1st year Students
Occupational Objective: The graduate will be more than half way to the point of passing the Residential Wireman’s State Exam.
Program B :  152 hrs. 2nd year Students
Occupational Objective: Graduate will have knowledge to pass the Residential Wireman’s Exam.(with 2 yrs working time documented)
Program C :  154 hrs. 3rd year Students.
Occupational Objective: The graduate is close to Journeyman level.
Program D :  154 hrs. 4th year Students
Occupational Objective: Graduate will have the knowledge to pass the State Journeyman Exam.(with 4 yrs working time documented)
Program Costs Tuition Registration / Book Fees Total
Programs A thru D: $1200 $250 $1450
Costs include current codebook (non-refundable & subject to cost change).
See Educational Services for more details on programs.
Build a future with responsibility, integrity and leadership
In electrical construction and beyond!

Class Schedule

Part time only Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 6-8 PM
Classes starts every :   March  and   September

When an unexpected closure occurs due to extraordinary conditions such as inclement weather, students will be notified as soon as possible by phone/ text/email and or radio, T.V. that provide closure information as a public service.

Classes are not held on these holidays:

  • New Years Day/ Eve
  • Christmas Day/ Eve
  • Memorial Day
  • Thanksgiving/Friday after
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day

Build a future with responsibility, integrity and leadership
In electrical construction and beyond!

Entrance Requirements / Enrollment / Postponement of Start Date /
Placement Assistance

Entrance Requirements
The school does not discriminate based on race, sex, religion or ethnic origin. Prospective students do not need a high school diploma or equivalency diploma to be accepted for enrollment. However, there are companies that do require these documents for employment. Most accept a Trade School to Diploma. A mark on your record may not be held against you. Some restrictions may apply.
Prospective students may email name, address, and phone for enrollment go online to rmeti.com or email rmetidenver@gmail.com to be placed on our next sessions enrollment list.
Postponement of Start Date
Postponement of a starting date, whether at the request of the school or the student, requires a written agreement signed by both student and school. The agreement must set forth:

  1. Whether the postponement is for the convenience of the school or the student, and;
  2. A deadline for the new start date, beyond which the start date will not be postponed.

If the course is not commenced, or the student fails to attend by the new start date set forth in the agreement, the student will be entitled to an appropriate refund of prepaid tuition and fees within 30 days of the deadline of the new start date set forth in the agreement, determined in accordance with the schools refund policy and all applicable laws and rules concerning the Private Occupational Educational Act of 1981.

Placement Assistance
Rocky Mountain Electrical Technical Institute will help students in job placements thru our network of contractors and suppliers. While assisting you in your job search, we make no guarantee expressed or implied of future employment. Current law prohibits any school from guaranteeing job placement as an inducement to enroll students.

Attendance Requirements / Progress Policy / Grading System /
Graduation Incentives ...

Attendance Requirements
Students are expected to arrive to class on time and with proper materials. An overall attendance rate of at least 95% is required. Instructors may request your withdrawal from the program if you miss more than 3 classes without valid reasons. Proper documentation will be required to substantiate a student’s withdrawal. Instructors need to be notified a week in advance of any leave of absences with documentation.

Progress Policy
Students must maintain an 80% grade point average. Those who do not will be placed on probation for 30 days. During the probation period students must raise their grade average to passing or higher. The student may be terminated if grades are not satisfactory at the end of the probation period. Termination shall be at the school Directors discretion.

Grading System
Under 70=F
Every 6 weeks, progress reports will be issued.
Graduation Incentives
All classes will have incentives to graduate.
However, those graduating R.W. class (2nd program), and passing the R.W. test, will receive tool pouches, hand tools (complete set), receptacle tester and wiggy. Those graduating the 4th program as a J.W. and passing the journeyman exam, will receive ½” and ¾” benders, a cordless hammer drill, multi meter and Carhartt jacket with school logo.  

Conduct Policy / Dismissal / Facilities / Educational Services ...

Conduct Policy
All students are expected to act maturely and are required to respect other students and faculty members, through their actions and with no foul language. Possession of illegal drugs or alcohol of any kind, are not allowed at any time on school property or any class location.  Any violation of school policy may result in permanent dismissal from school.
Any student may be dismissed for violating the rules and regulations of the school, as set forth in school publications.  A student also may be withdrawn from classes if he or she does not
prepare sufficiently, neglects assignments, or makes unsatisfactory progress with classes or monthly payments.  The director, after consultation with all parties involved, makes the final decision.
The Director of Education may temporally suspend (or have removed) any student whose conduct is disruptive or unacceptable to the academic setting.  After appropriate counseling,
those students who demonstrate a genuine desire to learn and conform to school standards of conduct may be allowed to resume attendance with a 30 day probation period.  The Director will review each case and decide upon re-admittance.

The School is temporarily meeting at:
1091 S Parker Rd.
Denver, Co. 80231
(We are in the process of locating a permanent facility)
There will be training in the field, whether it will be on a job site or in a supply house.

Educational Services
Programs are for first thru fourth year, students serious about becoming journeymen or master electricians. We are only accepting first year applications.
Subjects taught mainly focus on the National Electrical Code and we also provide knowledge to be used day to day.
Occupational Objective is to provide top quality “Tradesmen” to fill a growing need in the electrical construction industry.
Length of RMETI programs are six months each. This accelerated schedule allows us to teach 4 years of information in 2 years.  If you have accumulated enough time working in the field you can be guaranteed the knowledge to pass your Residential Wireman license in 1 year, 2 years for a Journeyman. Number of lessons would equal approximately 210 hours per six months. Type of instruction includes 6 hours of classroom time each week, also 2 Saturday mornings a month for 4-5 hours each.
Additional costs to student for makeup hours required for completion, if applicable.

Now accepting APPLICATIONS for the 1st year Students
No High school diploma or GED required.

Previous Credits / Student Grievance Procedure / Student Complaints ...

Previous Credits
Credits from another institution will not be accepted. In our Premier 1st Year in Denver we are accepting 1st year applications only, but with our accelerated schedule, 1st AND 2nd year students already enrolled can transfer (with RMETI registration discount) and graduate 1 year ahead of other schools.  
RMETI School does not guarantee transferability of our credits to another institution, unless there is a written agreement with another institution.

Student Grievance Procedure
Any complaint a student has should be put into writing and address it to the Director. The complaint will be verified and discussed with the parties involved.
A third party arbitrator may be asked to help if needed.                       

Student Complaints
Attempting to resolve any issue with the school is strongly encouraged. Student complaints may be brought to the School Director to attempt resolution. The Director and students are to follow the grievance procedures according to school policy. If a student’s complaint includes a claim that the school engaged in a deceptive sales or trade practice (i.e. “substantial misrepresentation”), due to a legislative change effective August 8, 2012, that student must first go through and complete the schools internal grievance/appeal process before complaint may be filed with the Division of Private Occupational Schools (DPOS).
Once the student has completed the private occupational schools grievance/appeal process involving a claim of a deceptive sales or trade practice, if the student is not fully satisfied he/she may then file a written complaint with this Division, preferably online with the Colorado division of Private Occupational Schools at highered.colorado.gov or by submitting a hard-copy written complaint to: Colorado Dept. of Higher Education- Division of Private Occupational Schools, 1560 Broadway- Suite 1600, Denver, Co. 80202

NOTE: This filing prerequisite only applies to deceptive sales/trade practices claim and it DOES NOT apply to other issues or claims, like a tuition refund dispute; failure to realize a transcript; denial to re-enroll; not applying school policies in a standard way; etc.  For these other types of issues a student may file a written complaint directly with the Division, in the manner shown in the above paragraph, without using or completing the schools internal grievance/appeal process.  Any questions about this complaint procedure may be directed to the Division by calling: (303) 866-2723.
All student complaints submitted to the Division must be in writing or online, and shall be filed within two (2) years after the date the student discontinue training at the School .  

Now accepting APPLICATIONS for the 1st year Students
No High school diploma or GED required.
The New State Approved Electrical Trade School-
Rocky Mountain Electrical Training Institute