Delaware 5 Hour 2017 NEC Review Chapters 1, 2, 8, & 9
- 5 Hour Course
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An electrician in Delaware who takes this course (course ID: 071703) will gain five hours of continuing education. This course talks about the revisions that were made to the National Electric Code (NEC) for 2017.
The course will look over the entire revision process and the general changes that were made to the Code.
The course will examine how Chapter 1 was revised. Chapter 1 contains articles that define important concepts and articles addressing requirements for electrical installations.
The course will talk about Chapter 2 and the 2017 revisions made to it. This is the chapter containing articles relating to wiring and protection.
The course will explore the revisions made to Chapter 8 and Chapter 9. Chapter 8 contains articles addressing communication systems. Chapter 9 is made up of annexes and tables.
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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