Wednesday, May 8th, 2024 – 8:00am to 6:00pm
(Please Arrive by 7:45 am. Lunch is ‘on your own’ from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm.)
This is the first day of our comprehensive Exam Preparation Workshop.
You get to learn about the basic flow and navigation of the National Electrical Code & National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code Books. You will be “reintroduced” to these references by relating common slang terms to the formal terminology. The instructor helps connect real life situations to these references so that students are more comfortable and familiar with utilizing their NEC and NFPA.
- Students will learn correct terminology used in the NEC and NFPA.
- Students will learn the arrangement of the NEC and NFPA in order to locate needed information.
- Students will practice calculations and relate these calculations to the NEC.
While this workshop provides licensed electricians the opportunity to earn *CEUs, keep in mind that this course has been structured as a two-day workshop for those preparing to test for the Electrical Exam.
*Earn 10 CEUs in North Carolina; Additional States CEU Reporting Options available (ex: adding Ohio State Reporting will provide 10 CEUs to the state of Ohio, adding Virginia State Reporting will provide 3 CEUs to the state of Virginia, etc).
Where: Hampton Inn and Suites at Crabtree Valley
3920 Arrow Drive
Raleigh, NC 27612
Hotel Phone: 919-881-7080
(Reduced room rates available for JCR workshop attendees. Call hotel directly to book your room.)
Navigating the National Electrical Code
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
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
Branch-Circuit, Feeder, & Service Load Calculations
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