Pennsylvania 8 Hour 2017 NEC Review Chapters 1-3 & 7
- 8 Hour Course
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This 8 hour course meets an Electrical Contractors complete continuing education requirement by covering changes made to Chapters 1-3 & 7 of the 2017 NEC.
This course starts with a comprehensive overview of the 2017 NEC, including the new review process, Article 90, and how the NEC is organized.
In the next section we'll take a look at Chapter 1 of the NEC, the shortest chapter, which covers the few changes in Articles 100 & 110 to definitions and requirements for electrical installations.
Next up is wiring and protection in Chapter 2. Updated provisions we'll cover include measurements for GFCI protection, garage branch circuits, and circuits not to be grounded, among others.
This course ends with a look at special conditions in Chapter 7. Here we'll address sections such as temporary power sources, emergency power sources, ground-fault sensors, and fire alarm systems.
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- Approved By: Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry
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