2017 NEC Code Update

This information on new equipment, new tools, and new interpretations is included in the latest edition of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Because the code is used as law in many locations, electricians, supervision, inspectors, and designers must keep up-to-date on the requirements of the NEC. The NEC code update 2017 class covers changes to the code format, changes in the layout, new articles, changed articles, additions, deletions, and combined requirements. The update class attempts to introduce the student to as many of these changes as can be covered in a reasonable length of time. Washington State law requires electrical license holders to take a “Code Update” class every three years when the standard changes. Many other licensing entities have similar requirements that this course will satisfy. This class is appropriate for anybody that is involved with electrical work, oversight, program development, hazard mitigation, or work planning. This would include apprentices, licensed electricians, supervision, management, planners, and engineers. This course provides 8 hours of Washington State CEUs.

This information on new equipment, new tools, and new interpretations is included in the latest edition of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Because the code is used as law in many locations, electricians, supervision, inspectors, and designers must keep up-to-date on the requirements of the NEC. The NEC code update 2017 class covers changes to the code format, changes in the layout, new articles, changed articles, additions, deletions, and combined requirements. The updated class attempts to introduce the student to as many of these changes as can be covered in a reasonable length of time. Washington State law requires electrical license holders to take a “Code Update” class every three years when the standard changes. Many other licensing entities have similar requirements that this course will satisfy. This class is appropriate for anybody that is involved with electrical work, oversight, program development, hazard mitigation, or work planning. This would include apprentices, licensed electricians, supervision, management, planners, and engineers. This course provides 8 hours of Washington State CEUs.

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