This program will review all the areas which are covered on the NJ Electrical Inspectors Test. Take this informative program to help you pass the NJ Electrical Inspectors Test.
The exam consists of 3 Portions: Electrical Contractor Exam, Business and Law Exam, Alarm System Contractor Exam. You must take all 3 portions of the exam.
If the class meets on a Weekday: the hours are 6pm to 9pm , If the class meets on a Saturday the hours are 8am to 11am
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR EXAMINATION
CONTENT OUTLINE- 100 Questions
General Electrical Knowledge 10
Raceways and Enclosures 10
Services, Feeders, and Branch Circuits 10
Overcurrent Protection 5
Conductors and Cables 9
Grounding and Bonding 16
Equipment for General Use 9
Special Occupancies 5
Special Equipment and Conditions 5
Motors and Controls 12
Low Voltage and Communications Circuits 6
BUSINESS AND LAW EXAMINATION
CONTENT OUTLINE – 50 questions
Business Organization 2
Estimating and Bidding 7
Contract Management 8
Project Management 5
Risk Management 4
Labor Law 4
Financial Management 5
Tax Law 3
Lien Law 3
ALARM SYSTEMS CONTRACTOR EXAMINATION
Course Outline- 50 Questions
The BusinGeneral Electrical Knowledge 5
Application of Fire Alarm Systems 12
Application of Intrusion and Security
Installation Requirements 12
Wiring Methods and Materials 6
Special Occupancies and Conditions 3
Math portion of the program is held the last 2 days of class, you can register for just these 2 days if that is the only section you need.
Instructor: Constantinos Papademas, PE
Constantinos Papademas 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. He is also a member of the NJ State Board of examiners of Electrical Contractors. Instructor # 14.
If the class is meeting on a Weekday : the hours are 6pm to 9pm, if the class is meeting on a Saturday the hours are 8am to 11am.
Tuition does not include books: We suggest you have the following books : Most books are required for the exam and some books can be used during the exam.
Please order books at time of registration to assure you will have them the first day of class.
NEC – 2017 Code Book – Non-Illustrated, Soft Cover $105.00 plus Tax ($6.96) = $111.96
National Fire Alarm Code 2013 $106.00 plus tax ($7.02) =$113.02
NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business Law & Project Management. New Jersey 1st Edition $85.00 plus tax ($5.63) = $90.63
NTC Blue Book, Low Voltage Systems Handbook $170.00 plus tax ( $11.26) = 181.26
NTC Yellow Book, Video Security Systems Handbook $170.00 plus tax ( $11.26) = 181.26
CCTV From Light to Pixels, 3rd Edition $105.00 plus tax ($6.96) = $111.96