TRAINING

NFPA 70E 2021
TRAINING
CLASS
IN-PERSON

October 13, 2021

7:30 am – 4:00 pm
*Subject to COVID-19
requirements at time of class

Las Vegas, NV USA

Nevada Contractors Association Building

 

Lunch/Book Included
0.8 CEU Credit

PV ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS

October 16, 2021

7:30 am – 2:00 pm
*Subject to COVID-19
requirements at time of class

Las Vegas, NV USA

Durango Hills Golf Club

 

Instructor:  Mark Ode
0.6 CEU Credit

Presented by:   IAEI

EDUCODE 2022

EduCode 2022 will take place February 28 – March 4, 2022.

**Please contact us if you would like to be added to our mailing list and receive conference updates**

Electrical Track Information

Electrical Safety Professionals is proud to sponsor the Electrical Track Classes for EduCode 2022.

Monday – February 28, 2022

WHAT’S NEW IN THE 2020 NEC

Instructors:  Randy Hunter and Chris Hunter

CEU:  0.8

This seminar will cover the major changes in the 2020 National Electrical Code®. Photos and illustrations will be used to show how the NEC® is changing and how those changes will affect electrical installations. A few of the changes include: GFCI protection expansion, emergency disconnects for dwellings, changes to lighting load calculations, new articles, and the extensive reorganization of Article 310.

Attendees should bring a 2020 NEC

Tuesday – March 1, 2022

CONDUCTOR INSTALLATION AND INSPECTION

Instructors:  Randy Hunter and Chris Hunter

CEU:  0.8

This seminar takes a deep dive into the National Electrical Code conductor requirements and focuses on safe installations and accurate inspections. Topics will include conductor sizing, installation in wiring methods, terminations, and support requirements for both raceway and cable wiring methods.

Attendees should bring a 2020 NEC.

Wednesday – March 2, 2022

CONTROLLING CURRENT IN OUR ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Instructor: Howard Herndon

CEU:  0.8

This seminar is designed to provide a strong foundation for understanding overcurrent protection. The class will start with how an overcurrent device works and then move on to reviewing short circuit current calculations, types of overcurrent devices including fuses and circuit breakers, system coordination and sizing overcurrent devices.

Attendees should bring a 2020 NEC.

Thursday – March 3, 2022

PV & ENERGY STORAGE INFORMATION

Instructor: Mark Ode

CEU:  0.8

This seminar is focused on the proper installation of solar PV and energy storage systems. There are critical installation and safety guidelines that must be understood and closely followed for these systems when installed in both new and existing residential and commercial facilities. These requirements can be challenging due to rapidly evolving technology and code requirements.

Attendees should bring a 2020 NEC.

Friday – March 4, 2022

GROUNDING FROM THE GROUND UP

Instructors: Randy Hunter and Chris Hunter

CEU:  0.8

This seminar is a must for anyone looking to broaden their understanding of grounding for premises wiring systems and will cover the system from the grounding electrode all the way to the branch circuit equipment grounding conductors. The program will include the fundamentals and practices of grounding and bonding in easily understood language using tables, references and applications for each.

Attendees should bring a 2020 NEC.