National Electrical Code® – a practical application workshop. If you sign up in this class, prepare to work!
- Day 1 of this workshop addresses fundamental OSHA requirements for performing electrical work.
- Days 2-4 is a practical applications class – not just the typical Code lecture class you may be used to attending.
- Day 5 of this class covers the practical side of the code: important Code calculations, the best methods to find information quickly in the Code.
- Get a new 2014 Code Book and the NTT NEC Practical Applications Workbook.
Whether new to the NEC or a seasoned electrician or engineer, this class is all about learning “how to use the Code.” Our new practical applications and calculations requirements brings the workshop courses together, and relates to Article 250 and other articles of the National Electrical Code® (NEC) as well as NFPA 70E. The practical applications and calculations section uses the code to perform calculations and solve common residential and industrial application issues, detect size conductors using tables, determine overcurrent protection (fuses and breakers), and set motor overloads, size starters, controllers, size disconnects, and conduits. You will also covers how to maintain your electrical systems with the correct grounding and bonding techniques.
If you’re looking for a shorter review of NEC®, you might be interested in the 3-day lecture witch covers the fundamentals: 2014 National Electrical Code®.
Note: 2011 National Electrical Code® is still available for areas that have not yet adopted the 2014 code cycle.
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