Asheville – Detailed NEC® Workshop Day 1 (10/17/23)

$325.00

Description

Cost: $325

Tuesday, October 17th, 2023 – 8am to 6pm

(Please Arrive by 7:45 am. Lunch is ‘on your own’ from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm.)

Our Electrical Exam Preparation Workshop is known throughout the state of North Carolina as being the most effective way to pass the NC Electrical Exam.

The idea is for you to absorb as much information as you can from our study material on your own. You will study for about 4 to 6 weeks, 1 to 2 hours a day, and use the workshop as a way to fill in the gaps. You will be receiving an Instructional Manual which is accompanied by an online library of videos featuring your instructor, Victor Ring, and our late founder, Jeff Rodriquez. These videos are your opportunity to learn from Victor and Jeff in a private setting at your own pace. If you really get stuck during your studies, reach out for more guidance via phone or email. Use your time with Victor at the workshop to ask your follow up questions, learn test taking tips, and practice common “struggle areas” as a group before sitting for your exam with PSI.

This class focuses primarily on the 2020 NEC® but is appropriate for any NEC based-state exam.

NEC Code Book(s) is not included, but though our Reference Material Bookstore we have a link over to the NFPA Site.

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.)

If you already hold an electrical license this class can also be taken for 20 classroom CEUs within the state of North Carolina (you will be provided with an additional online course to obtain the full 24 CEUs) with Additional State CEU Reporting Available.

Course Outline

Day 1

Navigating the National Electrical Code

  • Code Formatting 
  • History, Chapters & Articles, Arrangement & Format
  • Arrangement of Chapters – 1-4, 5-7, 8, 9
  • Navigation Methods of the Code

The Paralleled Numbering System

  • Commonly Referenced Sections
  • Article 90 – Administration
  • Article 100 – Definitions
  • Article 200 – Neutral vs Grounded Conductor

Basic NFPA Code Requirements

  • Fire department basic requirements – disconnect, etc
  • Article Point Flow & Format
  • Remembering Code Articles – 210 to 250
  • Basic Code Occupancies – Dwelling vs Non-Dwelling
  • NEC math formulas – percentage math, volume math
  • Code navigation methods & recommendations 
  • Grounded vs Grounding 

Ohm’s Law & Review of Electrical Calculations

  • Foundational Review
  • Code Wide Factors – 125%, Rounding, Derations, etc
  • 100 Amp Rule
  • Required Considerations – continuous, derated, phase, etc 
  • Single Phase vs Three Phase formula
  • Wye vs Delta
  • Article 240

Branch-Circuit, Feeder, & Service Load Calculations

  • Article 220
  • Standard, Optional, Derations or Demands
  • General Lighting Loads & Derations, Receptacle Loads & Derations
  • Non-Dwelling, Optional Dwelling, Multi-family dwelling, Single family dwelling 
  • Show Window Lighting, Track Lighting Loads, Motor Loads, Heating Loads
  • Dwelling appliance loads & derating
  • Neutral sizing & Neutral derating
  • Table 220
  • Practice