Complying with the 2020 NEC 4 hr

Code updates and changes from previous editions of the National Electrical Code

4 credit hours

Description

  This course introduces attendees to the National Electrical Code (NEC) 2020 edition, significant changes from the prior version and applicability to the installation of alarms and electronic security systems.    

Who Should Take It

  Anyone involved in installing any electrical system since they all must be installed in conformance with the NEC  by Licensed Professionals 

What Is Covered

 Architecture of the Code Book; How to Find applicable requirements to your installation; What applies and what does not apply to your installation.  We go into some detail relative to the fire alarm, burglar alarm and locksmith trades specifically.  The entire code is relative to electrical contractors and to those who may be exempt from licensure because of a telecommunications exemption 

Lessons

  1. Complying with the 2020 NEC 4 hr Code updates and changes from previous editions of the National Electrical Code
      This course introduces attendees to the National Electrical Code (NEC) 2020 edition, significant changes from the prior version and applicability to the installation of alarms and electronic security systems.    
  2. NEC2020 Part 2
  3. NEC2020 Part 3

Complying with the 2020 NEC 4 hr

Code updates and changes from previous editions of the National Electrical Code

4 credit hours

Description

  This course introduces attendees to the National Electrical Code (NEC) 2020 edition, significant changes from the prior version and applicability to the installation of alarms and electronic security systems.    

Who Should Take It

  Anyone involved in installing any electrical system since they all must be installed in conformance with the NEC  by Licensed Professionals 

What Is Covered

 Architecture of the Code Book; How to Find applicable requirements to your installation; What applies and what does not apply to your installation.  We go into some detail relative to the fire alarm, burglar alarm and locksmith trades specifically.  The entire code is relative to electrical contractors and to those who may be exempt from licensure because of a telecommunications exemption 

Reviews

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michael p

good class

Dominic G

Very informative. Learned a lot about recent changes.

David M

Enjoyed 1st online

Richard D

Good work Bob!

Kevin C

Good class

David B

Very informative

Adam B

Class was very helpful

Michael S

I think Bob knows these fire codes inside and out!! Very knowledgeable.

Louis L

Class was great also good to get refreshed on some of chapters.

Andrew T

good review

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