G 110 – Navigating the NEC
G 110 – Navigating the NEC
Price: $75 – $95
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You will receive a “welcome” email from Training Director, Jenny Heinzen within 1-2 business days. That email will contain more details about the course and how to proceed.
No problem! Live webinars are recorded, and then posted on your course website (mreacourses.org) so you can listen afterwards. Webinar recordings (links) remain active until the last day of the course.
Webinars are essentially live “office hours” where you can call or login, ask questions, and review concepts, assignments, and quizzes with your instructor and other course participants.
The MREA does not give A-B-C “grades.” Our courses are simply PASS or DROP. If you complete all required activities within the allotted time frame, you will receive a Letter of Completion.
Our online course platform does have a “grade book” which records your scores on assignments & quizzes, so you can track your own progress if so desired. But there is no minimum score or percentage required to pass a course.
Your instructor regularly monitors your online progress, and will contact you directly via email if anything is missing or awry.
When you finish an online course, your instructor will email you a Letter of Completion.
YES! You will still have full access to all your materials, even after the course has ended. The only links that die are recordings of the (optional) live webinars. Everything else is yours to keep.
This is an independent study course. It is available all year long.
This six-hour online course introduces learners to the National Electrical Code (NEC). Designed for first-time users and beginning or non-electricians, this course explores the layout, format, and language of the Code. Participants will become familiar with the contents of the NEC by exploring Chapters, Articles, and Tables, and will learn how to effectively navigate the NEC.
This course contains live, optional webinars. All webinars are recorded and posted on the course website, for those who wish to listen afterwards.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Define the purpose and scope of the NEC
- Explain the history of the Code and its current publishing cycle
- Identify where state and local codes are used in conjunction with the NEC
- Analyze the layout of the Code using the Table of Contents and NEC Style Manual
- Define terms used throughout the NEC in Article 100
- Translate and interpret general Code rules, language, and intent in Chapters 1-4
- Recognize Exceptions and Informational Notes
- Execute searches for Articles and Tables using the Index
- Calculate conductor ampacity and size using Tables in Chapters 3 and 9
- Determine conduit fill limits using Chapter 9 and Annex C
- Assess overcurrent protection and grounding requirements for electrical circuits in Chapter 2
Computer with Internet access.
Continuing Education Credits (CECs)
This course has been approved for 6 hours of Continuing Education Credits by Wisconsin DSPS and NABCEP.