NEC Update, Grounding and Bonding, Fire Alarm Systems, Installation Safety

NEC Update, Grounding and Bonding, Fire Alarm Systems, Installation Safety

$145.00

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This program can be attended as either a :

*LIVE INTERACTIVE webinar: you will need an i-phone, i-pad, lap top, or desk top to view it.  You do not need a microphone or webcam.

Webinar links are emailed one day prior to the class date.

or

*Attend at our School:  we follow all the CDC/State Guidelines for Vocational Schools 

 

NEC Update – L/C-13(6)C015

GROUNDING & BONDING –TECES-13(6)C009

 Course Objective:  Upon completion of this course the student will become more familiar with the National Electrical Code grounding and bonding requirements.

  •  Introduction to the  National Electrical Code
  • why we have it                         
  • who decides what goes into it
  • how often is it revised
  • how it is designed
  •  Why do we ground and bond circuits and equipment                              
  • solidly grounding circuits
  • low resistance grounding
  • high resistance grounding
  • tripping of the circuit breakers
  • Equipment grounding conductors sizing                                                 
  • Sizing grounding with Table 250.122
  • parallel circuit grounding
  • voltage drop adjustments
  • Main service grounding                                                                                
  • per conductor size
  • sizing grounding with Table 250.66
  • grounding electrode selection
  • grounding electrode conductor selection
  • Separately derived system grounding                                                         
  • where to ground (transf or breaker)
  • sizing of grounding conductor
  • transfer switche/generator grounding
  • examples exhibited of transf switch grounding
  •  Types of approved grounding styles                                                            
  • raceways permitted
  • limitations of raceway grounding
  •  Supplementary and supplemental grounding                                              
  • water line grounding
  • light pole grounding

FIRE ALARM SYSTEM INSTALLATION  – TECFA-13(6)C025

Course Objective:  Upon completion of this course the student will become more familiar with Fire Alarm System Installations per the 2005 National Electrical Code

 

  • Introduction to the National Electrical Code                                             
  • Definitions                                                                                                      
  • Abandoned Cable Requirements                                                                 
  •  Wiring Methods for power limited ckts                                                      
  • Wiring Methods for non-power limited ckts 10 minutes
  • Chapter 3 Wiring Methods                                                                          
  •  Listing of materials                            

INSTALLATION SAFETY – SAF-13(6)C016

Course Objective:  Upon completion of this course the student will become more familiar with proper equipment installation safety

  • Introduction to the National Electrical Code                                    
  • Arc Fault Protection
  •  Examples presented of Safety equipment                                                   
  • jackets & hats
  • gloves and leather protectors
  • flashlights and jacket reflectors
  • safety shoes
  •  Power Point Presentation                                                                             
  • Types of hazards
  • PPE (personnel protection)
  • Physical dangers (back, hearing, sight)

6 Ceu’s

 

Instructor: Constantinos Papademas PE-, Constantinos is a licensed professional engineer with 35 years of teaching experience in the areas of Electrical, Electronic and Mechanical systems. He is a licensed electrical contractor, electrical inspector, sub-code official, HVACR contractor and a plumbing contractor and approved CE instructor for Burglar/Fire/Locksmith programs. He is also a member of the NJ State Board of examiners of Electrical Contractors.

Date:

Live Webinar: Sun. Dec. 5, 2021 Time: 8am to 2:30pm, Attend at our school: Sun. Dec. 5, 2021 Time: 8am to 2:30pm