Introduction to the NEC Course #107

This is an instructor led, compentency based program on the introduction to the National Electrical Code. The course will explain the structure of the code so that clear interpretation of the desired code rule can be understood. The course will also cover the first four chapters of the NEC, which are the general practice chapters of the code. At the completion of the course the students will be given a twenty-five question one-hour practice test.

    Learner Outcomes
  • The student will be able to associate the NEC Styles Manual for the interpretation of the NEC
  • The student will be able to implement a concept on logical though process and use it as a tool for the research of code questions.
  • The students will be able to distinguish the general requirements for electrical installation and be able to list the chapter/article/part/section.
  • The students will be able to identify the general requirements for all types of switches to comply with the NEC Article 404 and be able to list chapter/article/part/section.
  • The student will be able to identify the general requirements for Industrial control panels to comply with the NEC Article 409 and be able to list chapter/article/part/section.
  • The student will be able to identify the general requirements for motors and controllers to comply with the NEC Article 430 and be able to list the chapter/article/part/section.

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