May 20th, 2021 (Thursday), 8:00am to 6:00pm
(Please Arrive by 7:45 am. Lunch is ‘on your own’ from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm.)
This course provides 10 hours of CE in North Carolina with Additional States CEU Reporting Options available.
This is the second day of our two-day Detailed NEC Training Workshop covering multiple important concepts that are essential to electrical professionals who feel comfortable working within the NEC book but need focus on various practices encountered on the job. Our instructor, Victor Ring, combines his professional experience and real world examples while bringing a renewed enthusiasm for the electrical code. This course focuses primarily on the 2017 NEC® including: Article 240-Overcurrent Protection; Articles 312 & 314-Fill Volumes and Pull Dimensions on Boxes; Article 430-Motors and Motor Circuits; Chapter 4-Appliances, Equipment & Lighting; Bonding & Grounding, Special Occupancies and Electrical Services. (North Carolina does not plan to adopt 2020 code until mid 2021; however, we will transition this class as appropriate.)
Where: Comfort Inn @ Outlet Center
890 Brevard Rd,
Asheville, NC 28806
Hotel Phone: 828-665-4000
(Reduced room rates available for JCR workshop attendees. Call hotel directly to book your room.)
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.
*This course is worth 10 classroom CEUs for North Carolina with an additional optional 8 non-classroom complimentary online course (NC licensees are able to bank up to 24 CEUs).