Delaware 10 Hour 2017 NEC Review Chapters 1, 2, 3, & 4
- 10 Hour Course
- 4.8 70 Reviews
The 10 hours of continuing education content in this course (course ID: 071704) will look over sections of the 2017 version of the Nation Electric Code and how they differ from previous versions.
Before examining the revisions to the chapters, the course will discuss the review process along with larger scale changes to the Code. Specifically, the course will introduce Article 90 and will look at the articles that were added in the 2017 version of the Code.
The revised version of Chapter 1 will be explored in this course. The articles of this chapter provide definitions for important topics and look at the requirements for electrical installations.
The changes made to Chapter 2 will be talked about in this course. The articles in Chapter 2 deal with wiring and protection.
The changes that were made to the articles of Chapter 3 will be discussed in this course. Chapter 3 focuses on wiring methods and materials.
The revision of Chapter 4 will be looked at in this course. This is the chapter containing articles concerned with equipment for general use.
Note: This course expires on August 31, 2020. You must complete this course by August 31, 2020, to receive your CE credit.
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- Approved By: Delaware Board of Electrical Examiners
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