Thursday, June 16th, 2022 – 12pm to 4pm – 4 or *8 CEUs
This is an interactive workshop focused on learning and/or reviewing multiple concepts that are essential for active electrical contractors. The emphasis is on learning, refreshing, and improving one’s knowledge and exposure of the National Electrical Code and how it relates to the current nature of power management and quality.
The 2020 NEC introduces sweeping revisions for both safety and in meeting the evolving demands of power created by new and affordable technologies. This course covers corrective and improved action prompted within the code. By reviewing fundamentals of what an electrician needs to know to meet the higher levels of efficiency within the individual parts of the A/C system, this section will address the electrical system from Article 210 and working in to the service, as directed by the National Electrical Code. An outline of this portion of the course includes an overview of the electrical system; loads and utilization of equipment; analysis of metering and distribution; wiring methods assessment; utility provider delivery method; power performance study; equipment corrections and far point assessment; analysis and logistics; preparation of corrective and/or improved performance valves and time related payback; and preparation of corrective or improved performance installation and timeline.
Materials Needed Participants must have their picture ID and a code book (preferably the 2020 edition) for this workshop. Handouts will be available through chat functions throughout the workshop.
Additional state reporting available – we can let you know on a state by state basis if this course has been approved. You must purchase that additional state reporting prior to the date of the workshop.