Raleigh – Detailed NEC® Workshop Day 2 (07/18/24)



Cost: $325

Thursday, July 18th, 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 second day of our comprehensive Exam Preparation Workshop.

You will now review various Tables and Articles in detail and be able to practice calculations as each topic is reviewed. This workshop reviews the most recent NEC changes and how to incorporate them into your day to day work. Finish off with a discussion of electrical business practices and safety. 

Learning Objectives

    • Students will learn how to effectively run a safe electrical business. 
    • Students will review NEC changes and how to incorporate these changes within their day to day jobs. 
    • 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.)

Course Outline

Conductors for General Wiring

Conductor Tables & Ampacities

Multiplying vs Dividing 

Article 240 – High Voltage

Tables 311 – Medium Voltage


Wire Bending Spaces and Box & Conduit Fill

Article 312 – Wire Bending Spaces

Pancake boxes & Domed fixtures

Table 314 – Box volume/Fill calculation

Box & Conduit body fill

Counting Conductors

Pull boxes


Cable Tray Fill, Switches & Wireways

Article 392 – Cable Tray Fill

Conduit & Tubing Fill


Fixed Electric Space Heating

Article 424 – Space Heating Equipment

Branch Circuits 125%


Motors & Motor Circuits

Article 430 – The Six Pack

Motor Ampacities

Motor Branch Circuits

Overload Protection

Overcurrent Protection

Motor Controller

Motor Disconnect


Additional Equipment

Article 440 – A/C Equipment

Article 450 – Transformers


Bonding & Grounding

Article 250 

Electrodes Permitted for Grounding

Grounding Electrode Conductor Sizing

Grounding Electrode Conductor for AC Systems

Grounding Conductor, Main Bonding Jumper, System Bonding Jumper, and Supply-Side Bonding Jumper for AC Systems 

Minimum Sizing Equipment Grounding Conductors for Grounding Raceway & Equipment

Highlight and Interpret

Article 90

Article 110

Article 200


Branch Circuits/Outside Branch Circuits & Feeders

Article 210

Required Branch Circuits in Dwellings

Intro of continuous loads/continuous duty

Article 215 – Feeders

Article 225

Services & Overcurrent Protection

Article 230

Article 240

Key Points & Highlights


Wiring Methods & Materials

Chapter 3

Key Points

Book of Specials

Chapters 5, 6, & 7

Articles 500-516 – Hazardous Classified Locations

Tables 505 & 506

Article 517 – Healthcare Facilities

Article 550 & 552 – Mobile Homes & Park Trailers

Article 553 & 555 – Floating Buildings & Marinas

Article 590 & 647 – Temporary Power & Sensitive Electronic Equipment

Article 610 – Cranes & Hoists

Article 680 & 695 – Pools & Fire Pumps

Flow & Navigation of the NFPA-72

Code Organization & Layout

Arrangement of Code Chapters

Components of Systems, Appliances, & Devices

Interface of Systems & Chapter 21

Alarm system types

Annex and Index

Business Management, Law, and Safety

Eight basic forms – state license, etc

Elements to a business – delegation, etc

Types of businesses – Sole, S vs C, LLC

Insurance – workmen’s comp, etc

Bonds – six types

Estimating – Take off method, etc

Forms & Bookkeeping – Profit & Loss, etc

Permits & Violations – OHSA, etc