Idaho 24 Hour Complete 2020 NEC Electrical Renewal Package
- 24 Hour Course
- 3.7 35 Reviews
First, this course covers every significant change made in the 2020 NEC to Chapters 1-3, "General", "Wiring and Protection", and "Wiring Methods and Materials". These three Chapters form the backbone of the NEC and are an invaluable guide to all other codes and Product Standards in the field.
Next, this course will cover 54 significant changes made to the Specialized Equipment provisions of Chapter 6 in the 2020 NEC. Followed by a review of 29 significant changes made to the 2020 NEC Chapter 7 Special Conditions, this is the most varied Chapter in the NEC. Includes changes on provisions for emergency back-up systems, limited power circuits, and optical fiber cable, as well as the rapidly changing Articles on direct current microgrids, energy storage, and stand-alone systems.
Finally, it examines the safe installation of electrical components around natural and artificial bodies of water, proper operation and function of devices and machines around or for damp locations, and wiring for floating buildings, marinas, boatyards, and docking facilities. Licensees in Idaho can complete one-third of their continuing education requirements for renewal with this selection of water-related codes.
This package does not include any NFPA 70E Safety content.
Once completed, you will be able to download or print a certificate of completion for your records.
Completion reporting will be taken care of for you upon completion of the course with no extra charge!
All this can be completed At Your Pace Online!
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- Course ID(s): 20-777478, 20-777498, 20-799409
- Approved By: ID Div. of Building Safety - Bureau of Occupational Licenses
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