Illinois 8 Hour Industry Related Package (8 PDHs)

  • 8 Hour Course
  • $50.00

This package three topics for Electrical Engineers that satisfies 8 Professional Development Hours all online! This course starts with the NFPA 70E, how the NEC and NFPA 70E work together and how the NFPA 70E works with OSHA, and covers Arc-Flash Hazards, which is one of the most dangerous hazards in the workplace for electricians.

The next section of the course dives deep on OSHA 1926: Safety and Health Regulations for the Tradesman, including an overview of OSHA, specifics on job site safety, the most common hazards for tradesmen, general safety practices, and construction-specific safety practices.

The last section in our package is Photovoltaic Systems. Included in this section is the components in and configuration of a PV system, electrical sources, system configurations, batteries and battery types and systems, charge controllers, charge controller types, electrical integration, conductors and wiring methods, overcurrent protection, disconnects, and grounding.

Instructor Bio

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Charles "Chuck" Price is At Your Pace Online's Subject Matter Expert for the Electrical Trade. He started out in grocery management at the age of 18 and after 5 years decided to venture into the electrical trade in 1996. He served his apprenticeship and quickly became a foreman running work. He gained experience in many facets of the trade such as working on traffic signals, hospitals and healthcare buildings, waste water treatment plants, and many commercial applications including telecommunications data centers. He currently is working for the area's largest healthcare system.
One of his passions is working with kids - and that starts with his own two boys! He has coached youth football and basketball at several levels and is part of a men's organization that raises money for the youth as well. He is a leader in the local 4-H group, helping kids learn about animal science. All in all, Chuck focuses on being the best father he can be, while maintaining a firm grasp on the ever-changing electrical industry.