Analysis of Changes

In this seminar series: Learn how to wire a transformer and get a refresher on the code in this hands-on training course! Receive 10 Contact Hours.

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In this seminar series: Learn how to wire a transformer and get a refresher on the code in this hands-on training course!

10 Contact Hours: This course qualifies for 10 Credit Hours towards CEUs (Continuing Education Units) in DE, VA, and the following MD counties: Cecil (5), Harford, Prince George’s, Queen Anne and Wicomico.

Lunch will be provided.

Comments from our previous session! See what people are saying about 2017 NEC Analysis of Changes course:

“An in-depth coverage of code changes with a solid instruction manual.”

Very well delivered.”

The presenter is extremely knowledgeable and gives clear and detailed explanations.”

“The instructor has a good understanding of current code changes, as well as possible upcoming changes.”

“Wayne is very knowledgeable in the field. He keeps the class interesting and uses comparisons to real applications.”

You learn a lot every time in preparation to renew your license.”

“Well worth the time. Instructor is knowledgeable of industry standards and the history of development. He’s able to explain both theory and practical application and code changes.”

INCLUDED WITH COURSE:

– Course Textbook – NEC Analysis of Changes, 2017 Edition by IAEI & NFPA ($74.99 value), included with price of course tuition)
– Complimentary lunch/dinner both days

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