Virtual – (10+ CEUs) Electrical Business Management & Power Quality

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Date(s) - 09/22/2021 - 09/23/2021
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This course has been approved as a synchronous virtual learning environment and counts towards your classroom-based CEU hours.

 

Electrical Business Management: September 22nd (Wed) 9am-3pm 

Power Quality & Energy Management: September 23rd (Thur) 8am-12pm

This isn’t just a regurgitation of information like other continuing education courses may stereotypically be. This virtual workshop experience is made to enhance your business knowledge while helping you meet the evolving demands of power. Be ready to talk business strategies and learn about the new and affordable technologies being created – don’t get left behind!

Where: Zoom Classroom Registrants will be provided with the Zoom login on the Monday preceding the class.

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Electrical Business Management & Safety:

Fundamental Framework; Start-up Tasks; Business Protection & Liabilities; Estimating Projects & Tasks; Daily Operations; Growth & Reputation; OSHA & NFPA 70E Considerations

Business Management Materials Needed: Picture ID and NFPA-70E book. You are encouraged to have NASCLA Business Management handbook and OSHA 29 CFR guidelines available. Handouts will be available through chat functions throughout the workshop.

Power Quality & Energy Management:

Article 750; Utility Energy Quality; Phases of the Process Flow; Fundamentals of the Process; System Assessment Factors; Power Quality and Thermal Imaging; Properties of Resistance; Methods of Installation; Delivery vs Usage; System Analysis Results; Process Evaluation; Referencing the NEC

Power Quality Materials Needed: Picture ID and National Electrical Code book (preferably the 2020 edition). Handouts will be available through chat functions throughout the workshop.

*A COMPLIMENTARY ONLINE COURSE IS PROVIDED TO EVERYONE ATTENDING THIS CLASS! YOU CAN EARN AN ADDITIONAL 4 CEUs AT NO EXTRA COST TO YOU!
*currently licensed electricians will be receiving North Carolina CEUs for their attendance*
CURRENTLY LICENSED ELECTRICIANS: This course fulfills 6 hours for Kentucky Contractors and fulfills Florida Business, Workers’ Comp, & Workplace Safety. You must let us know if we are reporting to either of these licenses (no additional costs).