24 Hour Course
Course ID: Package
Approved By: Oregon Building Codes Division
This complete 24 hour package will meet Oregon Rule and Law (ORL), Code Change (CC) and Code Related (CR) requirements for General Supervising Electricians (S), Limited Supervising Electricians (PS) and General Journeyman Electricians (J).
In these courses we’ll start with an introduction to the 2017 National Electrical Code.
Next up is chapter 1, where we’ll cover the changes to Articles 100 and 110 of the code.
For chapter 2 we’ll take a look at the wiring and protection topics such as grounding and bonding, branch circuits, and feeders.
Under chapter 3, we’ll take a look at wiring methods and materials and updates to the general requirements and cables, for example.
In chapter 4, where we talk about equipment for general use we’ll take a look at everything from marking for generators, switches, and receptacles to electric space-heating cables and deicing equipment.
Special occupancies is chapter 5 and there we’ll look at locations that require special attention, such as gas stations, health care facilities, and commercial garages.
In chapter 7 for special conditions we’ll cover updates to situations where electrical components and connections must be designed to operate under duress or when other systems are unable to operate.
Next up is a detailed look at photovoltaic systems for Oregon.
For our final section we’ll examine Oregon 2017 Rule and Law for electricians. This includes Oregon Electrical Specialty Code changes, as well as statewide alternative methods, statewide code interpretations, the appeals process, and the location of electrical requirements.