Bridging The Generator Gap with Generac

Capital Electric and Generac present CEU Training

Bridging The Generator Gap with Generac

Capital Electric has partnered with Generac to bring you this 3-hour generator course that will cover all the basic codes required to properly select and install an optional standby system generator. The course will go over the accepted methods permitted in the 2014 NEC for sizing a permanently installed generator. Each accepted method will be discussed in detail and the proper methods for using each method will be discussed.

It will also cover the code requirements for both the liquid cooled and the air cooled generators.

This course qualifies for Continuing Education Credits in the State of Virginia.

Lunch will be provided.

Space is limited – reserve your spot!

(10% discount for 3 or more from the same company)

Or, contact us at 301-909-2630 for registration




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You can purchase the 2014 NFPA 70 NEC Code Book, Softbound for a special seminar rate of $89!

Topics Covered

The objectives of this course are to educate on the proper methods in installing an optional standby system generator. Generators require the installer and the inspectors to be well versed with the NEC, NFPA 37, NFPA 54, and 58, UL standard 2200, and UL standard 1008. This course goes through the selection and installation of the generator step by step. The course educates the attendees on why the generator has to be installed to meet all these codes. This course educates the attendees on all the requirements that need to be met for a proper installation.



About the Instructor

Brian Baughman has been part of the Generac Power Systems technical team since March, 2013. In his role, he trains contractors, installers, and inspectors on products, codes, and installation practices. To date, Brian Baughman has trained thousands of electrical professionals across the country through webinars, site visits, and conferences. Brian also trains Generac employees, does beta site installation, and testing of new products, and supports special projects.

After graduating high school Brian served an electrical apprenticeship with a company that specialized in light industrial and commercial projects and achieved the rank of Journeyman Electrician in early 2004. In early 2009 Brian achieved the rank of master electrician and shortly thereafter Brian became a certified electrical inspector. Brian currently holds a State of Wisconsin Master Electrician License, State of Wisconsin Commercial Electrical Inspector Certification, and a State of Wisconsin UDC-Electrical Inspector Certification. Brian has maintained his knowledge of electrical codes and installation techniques through attending regular continuing education programs. Brian is also a member of the Western Section, Wisconsin Chapter of the IAEI, the ICC, and the NFPA.


CapitalTristate is now an International Code Council (ICC) “Preferred Education Provider”. Did you know that our 2017 NEC Analysis of Changes Course is now an ICC approved course?

CapitalTristate is an ICC Preferred Education Provider