NEC 101 is designed for code officials, inspectors, contractors and design professionals, but open to any interested party. This three-day course will provide an in depth overview of the commercial aspects of the NEC. The course will enhance attendee’s general understanding of the code regulations and how to apply these regulations in practical situations. The course addresses the code structure clearly with regard to installation, design and inspection. Checklists are used to present examples of the code application. After attending this course, you will:
- Know where to find the electrical requirements for non-residential structures in the National Electrical Code, IBC, Uniform Construction Code and relevant referenced standards.
- Have a clearer understanding of electrical code issues that should be addressed and resolved at plan review.
- Better understand how the electrical code requirements apply to the design, installation and inspection of electric services, wiring, bonding, grounding and equipment.
- Be able to describe the most important inspection issues at underground rough in, wall rough in, ceiling rough in and final.
The 2014 National Electrical Code (NEC) is required.
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Instruction time
18 UCC continuing education credit hours awarded.