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NEC Today

Get the inside track on major 2020 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).

Description

Learn about the changes in this new Code cycle by attending the leading source of NEC information and training. You’ll learn about the most significant NEC changes that will impact your work, whether you’re an electrician, contractor, engineer, designer, or plant/facility maintenance professional.

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 2020 NEC is critical for your success, so attend this program and get an edge on your peers and competitors.

This course assists electrical apprentices, journeymen, contractors, engineers, inspectors, and maintenance personnel in understanding the changes of the 2020 National Electrical Code.

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“Don makes material very interesting.”

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“Don is the complete package for an instructor – helpful, experienced, great personality.”

“This is a wonderful and very well-planned course.”

“If you didn’t come, you missed a great class.”

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“Comprehensive and entertaining.”

“Great information would be dry if not for the presentation of Mr. Hursey.”

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