New Mexico 16 Hour 2017 NEC Review Chapters 1 - 5 & 7
- 16 Hour Course
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This 16 hour course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering changes made to Chapters 1-5 & 7 of the 2017 NEC. We’ll start with an overview of the 2017 NEC, including code-wide changes, how the review process works now, and an explanation of how the Code is organized.
Next we’ll cover the shortest chapter in the code with several updates to Articles 100 & 110.
Under wiring and protection we’ll take a look at specific updates like those to measurements for GFCI protections, garage branch circuits, and circuits not to be grounded, among others.
In equipment for general use we’ll look at many specific sections regarding switch connections, controlled receptacle marking, and storage batteries, in addition to others.
We end this course with special occupancies which covers locations that include various hazardous locations and the levels they are assigned. We look at updates surrounding garages, health care facilities, and gas stations, among others.
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- Approved By: New Mexico Construction Industries Board
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