In this course, day one covers changes made to the 2023 National Electrical Code (NEC) such as new definitions, equipment safety, labeling, maintenance, and replacement parts resources. It also discusses the latest information on GFCI, Arc Fault Interrupter requirements, lighting load tables, and EV load allowances. Day two includes changes for receptacle and wiring techniques, switchboards, switchgear, panelboard changes, and electric heating equipment. The presentation also covers minor changes for special occupancy wiring, healthcare facility wiring, cannabis production equipment, agricultural wiring, and RV and mobile home receptacle modifications. Additionally, load calculations, GFPE equipment requirements, electric signs, welders, swimming pools and fountains installation changes, storage battery specifications, power transformers, and new Class 4 Fault-Managed Power Systems are reviewed.
Time: 8:00am -4:30pm (Doors open at 7:30am)
Provided: Coffee, Light Snack, Lunch & Completion Certificate (emailed to attendees after class)
Day 1: NEC Code Updates Parts 1-2
Day 2: NEC Code Updates Parts 3-4
This Course is Approved for CE In: MN, SD, ND, NE, IA, WY, MT, CO
The Electrical Association will submit Continuing Education to the approved states, provided you list your license number below or on the roster in class within 10 days of the class completion. You must attend the entirety of the course and sign the roster to receive CE's.
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Non-Member Price: Both Days = $375, One Day = $220
Member: Both Days = $350, One Day = $185