Tuesday & Wednesday, April 18th & 19th, 2023 – 8am to 6pm both days
(Please Arrive by 7:45 am. Lunch is ‘on your own’ from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm.)
Our Electrical Exam Preparation/Detailed NEC Workshop is known throughout the state of North Carolina as being the most effective way to pass the NC Electrical Exam. The secret is our late founder’s (Jeff Rodriquez) teaching method of “Code Made Simple”. Coupled with Jeff’s expertise, Victor Ring brings a noticeable enthusiasm and knowledge of the electrical code. He is able to connect your field-based knowledge with the formal NEC based state exam. We are proud to have a 93% pass rate for students who follow our method.
This course is a 2 day in-classroom workshop blended with our online supplemental resources to help you succeed. You will be receiving an Instructional Manual which is accompanied by an online library of videos featuring your instructor, Victor Ring, and our founder, Jeff Rodriquez. These videos are your opportunity to learn from Victor and Jeff in a private setting to work through calculations, problem-solving techniques, various NEC® related topics, and questions at your own pace. You will notice additional options as you check out and register.
This class focuses primarily on the 2020 NEC® but is appropriate for any NEC based-state exam from 2014 on. If you want to make a solid step into your electrical career, this is the workshop for you.
Where: Holiday Inn & Suites – 42 Tunnel Road, Asheville, NC 28805; Phone: (828) 225-5550
(Reduced room rates for JCR workshop attendees if booked 21 days or more ahead of time. Call hotel directly to book your room.)
For those of you licensed electricians who are looking at testing up or out (of state), this course is approved for 20 CEUs in NC and a variety of hours in 26 additional states. Please add additional state reporting to your cart when you check out. Add additional State CEU Reporting.
NEC Code Book(s) is not included, but through our Reference Material Bookstore we have a link over to the NFPA Site.
Navigating the National Electrical Code
The Paralleled Numbering System
Basic NFPA Code Requirements
Ohm’s Law & Review of Electrical Calculations
Branch-Circuit, Feeder, & Service Load Calculations
Conductors for General Wiring
Wire Bending Spaces and Box & Conduit Fill
Cable Tray Fill, Switches & Wireways
Fixed Electric Space Heating
Motors & Motor Circuits
Bonding & Grounding
Highlight and Interpret
Branch Circuits/Outside Branch Circuits & Feeders
Services & Overcurrent Protection
Wiring Methods & Materials
Book of Specials
Flow & Navigation of the NFPA-72
Business Management & Law