28 Dec Analysis and Explanations of NEC Changes – Eck Supply
Get the inside track on major 2017 National Electrical Code revisions. This course is approved for 8 hours of continuing education in North Carolina by the NC State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors (NCBEEC)
Electrical professionals have the responsibility to ensure a safe Code-compliant system that is designed, installed, and inspected to meet the hundreds of significant changes. Your knowledge about the 2017 NEC is critical for your success, so attend this program and get an edge on your peers and competitors.
This course, when offered during fiscal year 2018, meets the requirements of the North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors for 8 contact hours of continuing education credit. This course is not sponsored by the Board.
At the completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate the knowledge of current edition of the National Electrical Code
- Demonstrate skills in interpreting the articles of the NEC
- Demonstrate competency in looking up references in the NEC for particular wiring applications
- Demonstrate the knowledge of the applicable state and local codes which are required by the local authority having jurisdiction
Lunch is included!
Additional (optional) items available for purchase:
- 2017 NEC Code Book, Softbound – $89
- 2017 NEC Code Book, Illustrated Handbook – $164
- 2017 NEC Code Book TABS – $16
About the Instructor
Paul Melvin began his career in electrical construction and service as a helper with a large NC electri-cal contracting firm. He entered into the NC apprenticeship program and completed his apprenticeship contract in 1974. Paul continued his education while still working full time and was placed on several projects as Foreman.
After completing those projects he was promoted to Estimator and developed his skills in project management and electrical design build. Paul later was promoted to Service Manager and supervised all phases of service, small construction and industrial electrical. Paul’s skills in motor controls led him to develop a class for the employees and customers teaching basic control functions. Through this class Paul dis-covered his love of instruction and later taught classes at the local community college.
Paul has an unlimited qualification from the North Carolina Board Of Examiners of Electrical Contractors and is qualified to teach continuing education classes that provide required credit to electrical contractors.