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NEC 2011 Update Training Class
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Our expert consultants can train you and your employees in everything from OSHA Electrical Safety mandates to NEC 2011 Update Training to NFPA 70E to NFPA 70B Electrical Safety in the workplace consensus standards. Our classes meet and exceed the training requirements as defined in the NFPA and OSHA. We can customize any of our courses to meet your specific needs.
NEC 2011 Update Training Class (4 Hours)
It’s no secret that many electrical professionals have a love/hate relationship with the National Electrical Code (NEC). The good news is it’s revised on a three-year cycle. The bad news is that three years pass all too quickly. Just when you think you’ve got a firm grip on the last set of revisions of the NEC, a new comprehensive set of changes comes rolling at you. One would think that a document that’s been around since the late 1890s, such as the NEC, would only require minor tweaks and revisions. However, the steady introduction of new products and technologies into the marketplace — coupled with the release of new research findings by various public and private groups — creates a seemingly never-ending flow of necessary revisions (some of which are comprehensive) to this widely accepted national electrical code. nec 2011, nec 2011 updates, nec 2011 update training, nec 2011 update class, nec 2011 class, nec 2011 course, nec 2011 update course,
In our continued efforts to serve your NEC 2011 needs, we cover everything from new GFCI and AFCI requirements to more grounding and bonding rules to conductor ampacity guidelines. All of the updates listed on this page are just a few updates, out of many. Although we’ve listed what we consider to be the most influential changes, it’s important to realize that these updates are just a small portion of the NEC 2011 updates changes. When your employees have completed our class, you’ll undoubtedly feel one step ahead of the game. nec 2011 online training, nec 2011 online class, nec 2011 update training online, nec 2011 course online
NEC 2011 Update Training Course Agenda
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