Course #1: Understanding electrical distribution systems, Power Systems, Services and NEC Article 230


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Electrical Distribution Systems-The electrical distribution systems are different depending on the facility. The electrical contractor must account for the facility’s size, flexibility needs, emergency power needs, and safety requirements. Understand which codes govern the design of each type of electrical systems b. Learn the differences between emergency and essential power c. Learn and understand the unique electrical system requirements The differences lie primarily in the size and complexity of the electrical systems: the overall size of the electrical system, its need for a higher level of flexibility, enhanced needs for more emergency power that can remain operational for longer durations, and the need for enhanced safety in the operating  environment.

Power systems – this course covers the following: a. An Overview of Wye and Delta Solidly-Grounded Systems b. Ten Most Common Power Disturbances That Make Our Life Difficult c. Harmonics Ten Common Causes Of Arc-Flash and Other Electrical Accidents e. fault calculations

 Services and NEC Article 230 This course is intended for electricians, with an overall goal of understanding the existing & updated NEC-2014 requirements of Services, Service Equipment and Overcurrent Protection.


6 CEU’s

Tuition: $100.00 if taken individually,  Take 4 Electrical CE Classes for a reduced rate of $375.00

Use coupon code 4classdiscount, when registering for 4 classes

You must sign up for all 4 classes at the same time.

Instructor: Constantinos Papademas PE- Instructor # 14, 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. He is also a member of the NJ State Board of examiners of Electrical Contractors.

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Sunday March 11, 2018: 8:00am to 2:30pm, Saturday March 24, 2018; 8:00am to 2:30pm