Raleigh, NC (10* CEUs) – Detailed NEC® Workshop – Day I (October 2021)


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October 6th, 2021 (Wednesday), 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 (example: Ohio has approved this course for 10 CEUs and additional reporting is available at the time of registration.)

This is the first day of our comprehensive Detailed NEC Training Workshop. This workshop covers multiple important concepts that are essential to electrical professionals wanting to become more familiar with the NEC and how to navigate it efficiently and thoroughly. Focusing on navigation, organization, and electrical calculations our instructor, Victor Ring, combines his professional experience and real world examples while bringing a renewed enthusiasm for the electrical code. This course focuses on primarily on the 2017 NEC®. (North Carolina does not plan to adopt 2020 code until late 2021-at the earliest; however, we will transition this class as appropriate.)

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

Navigating the Electrical Code: 

  • Code Made Simple Method for Understanding and Navigating the NFPA-70
    • History, Chapters and Articles, Arrangement and Format
    • Definitions in the Code, Code Requirements, Annex
    • Introduction of the Paralleled Numbering System
    • Clarification of Terminology including neutral vs. grounded conductor
    • Foundational Concepts within NEC (i.e. math formulas, safety percentages, and occupancies)

Ohm’s Law and Review of Electrical Calculations: 

  • Key Points for Articles 110 (Requirements) and 200 (Identification of Grounded Conductors)
  • Review of Articles 210 (Branch Circuits) and 215 (Feeders) including ground fault protection and continuous load
  • Code-Wide Factors, Single-Phase Formula, Three-Phase Formula, Required Considerations

Branch Circuit, Feeder, and Service Load Calculations: 

  • Article 220 is completely reviewed including:
    • General Lighting Loads and Receptacle Loads and Derations
    • Motor loads, Heating loads, Non-dwelling Kitchen Loads
    • Dwelling Appliance Loads and Derating
    • Neutral Sizing & Neutral Derating
    • Optional Dwelling Calculation
    • Multi-family Dwelling Calculation

*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).

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