20 Nov 40-Hour Journeymans Electrician Course
• Do you want to become a licensed Journeyman for electrical work in your local jurisdiction?
• Do you want to grow your career opportunities in the electrical contracting industry?
• Are you currently a helper electrician or an electrical apprentice/trainee, seeking to become a Journeyman Electrician?
• Do you have at least 4 years of experience working in the electrical trade?
• Are you preparing to take the Journeyman licensing exam in the next few months?
…if you answered YES to these questions, then this class is for YOU!
The Journeyman’s Course is a 40-hour, 14-night course held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30pm – 7:30pm covering topics such as Grounded Conductors, Wiring Methods, Transformers, Emergency Systems, and much more to help prepare you for the Journeyman Electrician Exam! This course is based on the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC).
Ready to take your electrical training and skill set to the next level? Learn from the experts!
The course is taught by Wayne H. Robinson, who has been in the electrical industry for over 38 years, of which 25 have been involved in code enforcement.
INCLUDED WITH COURSE:
- The Illustrated Guide for Electrician and Inspectors
ADDITIONAL (OPTIONAL) ITEMS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE:
- 2017 NEC Code Book (Softbound) for a special price of $89
- 2017 NEC Handbook – $164
- 2017 NEC Tabs – $16
The following topics will be covered in this 40-Hour Journeyman’s Course:
I. Definitions; Requirements for Electrical Installations
II. Grounded Conductors; Branch Circuits
III. Feeders; Outside Branch Circuits
IV. Services; Overcurrent Protection, Taps, and Grounding
VI. Wiring Methods
VII. Conductors for General Wiring
VIII. Cabinets, Cutout Boxes, and Meter Enclosures
IX. Motors (Motors and Transformers)
X. Auxiliary Gutters and Wireway Calculations
XI. Transformers and Hazardous Locations (NEC); Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities
XII. Health Care (NEC)
XIII. Emergency Systems, Legally Required Standby Systems, and Optional Systems
XIV. Articles 725 and 760
XV. Swimming Pools