National Electrical Code Changes 2011 – 2 Day | On-Site Only Lecture Training Course
2-Day | 1.6 CEUs | On-Site Only | Lecture | Course #227B
With the steady introduction of new technologies into the marketplace and the release of new research results by various public and private groups, the National Electrical Code is perpetually changing. Understanding the reason for these changes enables electricians to more easily absorb and implement new rulings. The 2011 NEC includes over 300 important revisions, from new GFCI and AFCI requirements to more grounding and bonding rules to conductor ampacity guidelines.
♦ Who Should Attend
This course is intended for electricians, inspectors and contractors needing to meet federal, state and local requirements for performing electrical work. Students will receive the “Analysis of Change” textbook by the IAEI and should be familiar with the NEC.
♦ Learning Objectives
- Identify the major changes in the National Electrical Code from 2008 to 2011
- Explain the reason for these changes
Students will receive the “Analysis of Change” textbook by the IAEI and should be familiar with the NEC.
Course Duration: 2 days
Credits: 1.6 CEUs
Level of Involvement: Lecture
Course Number: 227B
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