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Overview of JCR Productions Workshops
Exam Preparation: Detailed NEC Workshop
This class is our most intensive class, and it is therefore always taught as a two day class. Each day runs from 8am to 6pm.
This workshop is intended for individuals preparing to take their electrical examinations. Our instructor covers all subject matters included on the North Carolina State electrical exams, but can also help prepare you for other state’s electrical exams based on the NEC. It is necessary to attend both days of class if you are preparing for your electrical examination.
Day 1 covers: Navigating the Electrical Code, Passing the Electrical Exam, Ohm’s Law and Review of Electrical Calculations, Branch Circuit, Feeder, and Service Load Calculations.
Day 2 covers: Outside Branch Circuits and Feeders, Overcurrent Protection, Bonding and Grounding, Wiring Methods, Wire Bending, and Cable Tray, Equipment Covered in Chapter 4, Book of Specials, Flow and Navigation of the NFPA, Business Management and Law.
Our Detailed NEC Workshops* are also available as one-day options for continuing education credit with our already licensed electricians as follows:
*While all of our Detailed NEC Workshops are available for continuing education credit, be aware that the focus is to prep for the current code that the state is testing on and may not always be the most up to date code requirements for licensed electricians. Reflected CEU is based on North Carolina as additional states may be approved at varied CEU hours- see “Helpful Links” to view details on each state.
Continuing Education: Power Quality and 2020 Code Changes
This workshop is specifically intended to provide already licensed electricians with classroom based continuing education (CEU). This workshop is not intended to prep for an initial electrical examination. Testing is not required to earn your CEU* hours when completing this course.
Our Morning Session runs from 8am to 12pm. The material covered will focus on Power Quality and Energy Management: Overview of Article 750, Utility Energy Quality, Six Phases of the Process Flow, Eight Fundamentals of the Process, System Assessment Factors, Power Quality and Thermal Imaging, Properties of Resistance, Methods of Installation, Delivery vs Usage, System Analysis Results, Process Evaluation, Referencing the National Electrical Code.
Our Full Day Session runs from 8am to 4pm. Additional material covered will focus on the 2020 Code Changes: Communications, Four New Articles, Article 100, Overcurrent and Overvoltage Protection, Article 200, Article 242, Ampacity Reorganization, Article 300, Article 310, Article 400
*As approved in North Carolina. Additional state hours and requirements may vary.
Virtual Options: Electrical Business Management & Safety
Our Electrical Business Management & Safety workshop is a 6 hour course for electricians looking for a comprehensive review of industry-wide business management systems including safety practices and construction law.
This course models the building of an electrical company from one person to 15+ to show the growth in need for planning, insurance, ethical practice and fiscal responsibility, proper estimating and bidding, and employee management. The course ends with a review and discussion on OSHA and NFPA-70E considerations for electrical safety and safe practice standards.
This course is intended for everyone from a newly licensed electrician to those interested in learning new skills for their already growing business! This course has been approved as a Live Virtual Option in North Carolina, Florida, and Kentucky – so earn your CEUs at the same time. This course will fulfill the following:
6 “classroom” hours in North Carolina
Business Practices, Workers’ Compensation, and Workplace Safety in Florida
6 hours for Kentucky Contractors
JCR Productions, Inc. offers private workshops for any size group. Topics range from JCR’s current offerings to specialized training.
We can offer a small private workshop room at the Mooresville office for 1 to 2 students; however, larger groups will need to make arrangements at a separate facility in our general regional area.
The base price is set at $2,500 per day for up to 10 students and an additional $150 per student over 10.
Do you want to focus on a particular area? Maybe your business is more specialized. Continuing education classes can be set up for one full day (8 hours) or one half day (4 hours) to cover one subject matter in further detail. No test is required to earn your CEUs when completing this class. Our current Single Topic Workshops:
Bonding and Grounding of AC Systems – (8) hours
Bonding and Grounding and Motors and Motor Circuits (combined course) – (8) hours
Bonding and Grounding of AC Systems – (4) hours
Motors and Motor Circuits – (4) hours
NEC® Code Changes – (8) hours
If you are interested in exploring private workshop options, give us a call at 704.696.8555 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our Educational Director will be in touch to explore your company’s needs and coordinate your workshop.
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