Date(s) - 04/25/2019 - 04/26/2019
8:00 am - 6:00 pm
8am to 6pm on Thursday; 8am to 5pm on Friday
(Must arrive by 7:45 am. and Lunch is ‘on your own’ from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm.)
This is a thorough two-day Detailed NEC Workshop orienting electricians on the National Electrical Code. This is a great course for electricians wanting to have a comprehensive review and greater confidence navigating the NEC. This course is appropriate for license holders using the 2014 or 2017 NEC®.
This course is now being offered for 24* CEUs (20 classroom/4 online) for North Carolina and for various hours dependent upon each state’s CEU and renewal requirements. Visit our State Reporting page for a listing of states and on additional state reporting.
NEC Navigation & Organization: Article 90 Code Arrangement, the Paralleled Numbering System and other location systems and practices.
Article 220-Electrical Calculations: OHM’s Law & theory; Standard & Optional Calculation Methods & Examples; Service, Feeder & Branch Circuit calculations; Derations and sizing requirements for the grounded and ungrounded conductors.
Chapter 3-General Wiring Methods, Equipment & Terminations: Conductor and equipment installation practices, Conductor Ampacities & Derations, Raceway Fill procedures and allowances, Switchboards & Panelboards, Chapter Three General installation methods.
Article 240-Overcurrent Protection: Appropriate Overcurrent Device Selections for all Voltages, Tap Rules, OCD Locations, GFCI & AFCI Requirements, Fuse & Breaker Usages and Differences.
Articles 312 & 314-Fill Volumes & Pull Dimensions in Boxes: Conductors permitted in Outlet, Device, Pull and Junction Boxes, Pancake Boxes and Conduit Bodies
Article 430-Motors & Motor Circuits: Motor Circuit Component Calculations and Sizing for DC, Single Phase and Three Phase Motors.
Chapter Four Involving Appliances, Equipment & Lighting: Luminaires, Appliances, Space Heating Equipment, Air Conditioning Equipment and Transformers.
Article 250-Bonding & Grounding: Service and Equipment Bonding & Grounding Requirements, Line and Load Side Identification, Separately Derived Systems, Grounding Electrode Systems, Fault Paths and Fault Clearing, and the overall concept and purpose of bonding & grounding any system.
Chapter 5-Special Occupancies: Swimming pools, spas and hot tubs; hazardous locations and emergency systems.
Article 230-Electrical Services: Service Conductors (Overhead, Underground, and Service Entrance), Service Equipment, Service Disconnecting and Service Overcurrent.
Location: Mooresville, NC
SpringHill Suites Mooresville
121 Gateway Blvd.
Mooresville, NC 28117
Hotel Phone: 704-658-0053
(Reduced room rates available for JCR workshop attendees)
Price $575.00 (Thursday & Friday)