South Dakota 8 Hour 2017 NEC Review Chapters 1-3 & 7
- 8 Hour Course
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This 8 hour course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering changes made to Chapters 1-3 & 7 of the 2017 NEC.
This course starts with an overview of the 2017 NEC, ending with a practical section for electricians on how the NEC is organized.
Then we'll dive in chapter 1 and cover the few changes to Articles 100 & 110 on definitions and requirements for electrical installations, including an update to one of the notes, and new definitions on accessible and associated apparatus, for example.
Under wiring and protection in Chapter 2 we'll look at updated sections such as grounding electrode systems, and AFCI protection in guest rooms and suites, among many others.
In wiring methods and materials in Chapter 3 we'll examine the general requirement updates, as well as new information on switch and overcurrent device enclosures, for example.
Lastly we'll take a look at special conditions in Chapter 7, covering emergency systems, energy storage systems, and fire alarm systems.
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