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2014 National Electric Code (NEC)

2014 National Electric Code (NEC)

2014 National Electric Code (NEC)

November 19-21, 2013
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
$1,000 per person
Location: ETL 111

ABOUT THIS COURSE
Many changes are in store for the 2014 NEC®.  This new edition includes significant improvements and establishes new topics including:  low voltage suspend ceiling power distribution systems, modular data center, fire resistant cable systems, energy management systems, symbol requirements for controlled receptacles.  Some changes to the existing code will include:  DC voltage requirements expanding increasing the voltage threshold from 600 to 1,000 volts, electrical safety labeling requirements changing and new sections added, increased requirements for GFVCIs in laundry areas, facilities like car washes and generator receptacles.  The 2014 code change cycle is significant.  Adjusting from the 2011 edition will be complex due to the volume of updates and new articles.  This course will help you develop a strategy today for learning and applying the 2014 National Electric Code®.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The 2014 National Electric Code is used by most states for industry-wide electrical standards. Whether you are experienced with electrical systems or are simply looking for an introductory course, this training will significantly increase your knowledge and confidence, regardless of your experience level.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Larry P. Covert, P.E. has been an instructor for NTT since 1999. With Covert Engineering he designed electrical lighting, power, grounding, fire alarm and communication systems for many facilities.  He has developed and instructed electrical design courses and designed electrical power, lighting, grounding and emergency power systems for medical, research, administrative facilities and laboratories for the US Army Corps of Engineers. "Harmonics on Electrical Systems" and "How to Design for this Situation" are among papers he has authored. He received his BSEE from the University of Alabama, Industrial Power Systems, attended National Fire Alarm Code School, is a member of NFPA - Architects Engineers Building Officials Section, has a Red Rocks Community College Vocational Credential and is a Registered Professional Engineer in Alabama, Mississippi and Pennsylvania.

COURSE TOPICS
  • Applying the NEC Article 90
  • Electrical Installations Article 110
  • Branch Circuits and Feeders Article 210
  • Services Article 230
  • Conductors and Overcurrent Protection Article 240
  • Grounding and Bonding Article 250
  • Wiring Methods Article 300
  • Wiring Materials -- Raceways and Boxes Article 300
  • Wiring Materials
  • Article 408, Panelboards
  • Equipment for General Use -- Article 400
  • Motors, Generators, A/C & Refrigeration and Fire Pumps
  • Transformers Article 450
  • Special Locations Articles 500 and 600
  • Article 626 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION
  • $1,000 per individual. Cost includes refreshments, lunch, parking and course materials.
  •  2.4 CEUs or 24 PDHs awarded to participants
  •  REGISTER BY NOVEMBER 4, 2013

  • Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover accepted
  • Checks should be made payable to McNeese State University and mailed to the following address: 
​          McNeese State University
          Institute for Industry-Education Collaboration
          Box 91834
          Lake Charles, LA 70609

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT THE OFFICE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION: 
Phone: 337-562-4139
Fax: 337-562-4272
Email: continuing-ed@mcneese.edu

TO REGISTER: 
To download a registration form, click the link below. Please return the completed form via email to: iiec@mnceese.edu or fax to: 337-562-4272
Registration form IIEC.pdf