Seminar 2014 National Electrical Code 3-Day Lecture Seminar

Presented by National Technology Transfer, Inc.

National Technology Transfer Industrial Training

Bring this seminar on-site to your facility for groups of 10 or more.

Gain an understanding of the 2014 NEC?s latest additions, revisions and changes. Learn the precautions needed when working with and around electricity.

Course Description


Gain an understanding of the 2014 NEC’s latest additions, revisions and changes. Learn the precautions needed when working with and around electricity. People and property need to be safeguarded from the hazards. The course also covers grounding and bonding and the rules to minimize the risk of electricity as a source of electric shock and as a ignition source of fires and explosions. The 2014 National Electrical 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.

After this course, the participant will know how to:

  • apply NEC rules and standards
  • meet government electrical safety standards
  • install, test, and inspect industrial, commercial, institutional, and residential power systems
  • minimize electrical risks

This is a shortened version of our 3+day course. 

You’ll learn: APPLYING THE NEC ARTICLE 90

  • NEC process and definitions 
  • Equipment examination 
  • Code change introduction 
  • Metric and standard units 

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS ARTICLE 110

  • Approval 
  • Conductors 
  • Equipment 
  • Mechanical installations 
  • Mounting and cooling 
  • Electrical connections 
  • Arc flash protection 
  • Spaces about electrical equipment 

BRANCH CIRCUITS AND FEEDERS ARTICLE 210

  • Branch circuits 
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    • Review of Code changes 
    • Branch circuit ratings 
    • Multiwire branch circuits 
    • Identification of ungrounded conductors 
    • Color code for branch-circuit grounded conductors 
    • Color code for branch-circuit equipment grounding conductors 
  • Receptacle and cord connectors 
  •  
    • Replacing receptacles 
    •  
    • Review of code changes 
    •  
    • Dwelling units 
    •  
    • Bathrooms 
    •  
    • Garages and accessory buildings 
  • Buildings 
  •  
    • Other than dwelling units 
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    • Required branch circuits 
  • Branch-circuit ratings 210.19 
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    • Review of code changes 
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    • Minimum size conductors 
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    • Overcurrent protection
  • Other wiring systems 
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    • Cable Tray Systems 
    •  
    • Wireways 
    •  
    • Busways
    •  
    • Auxiliary gutters 
  • Boxes, Conduit Bodies, and Fittings 

WIRING MATERIALS 

  • Review of Code changes 
  • Switches Article 404 
  • Switchboards and panelboards 

ARTICLE 408 

  • Panelboards 
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    • Grounding of panelboards 

EQUIPMENT FOR GENERAL USE—ARTICLE 400 

  • Review of Code changes 
  • Flexible Cords and Flexible Cables 
  • Luminaries Article 410 
    • Luminaries locations 
    • Flush and recessed fixtures 
    • Electric-discharge equipment 1000 volts or less 
    • Lighting track 
  • Receptacles, cord connectors and attachment plugs 
    • Tamper resistant receptacles 
    • Grounding and non-grounding receptacles 
    • Isolated-ground receptacles 
    • Hospital-grade receptacles 
    • GFCI-type receptacles 
  • Appliances Article 422
    • Installation requirements 
    • Disconnecting means 
    • Safety provisions 
    • Markings 

MOTORS, GENERATORS, A/C & REFRIGERATION, AND FIRE PUMPS 

  • Motors Article 430 
    • Review of Code changes 
    • Ampacity and motor ratings 
    • Markings on motors and multimotor equipment and controllers 
    • Branch circuit—single motor 
    • Motor control circuits and centers 
    • Disconnecting means

MOTORS, GENERATORS, A/C & REFRIGERATION, AND FIRE PUMPS, CONTINUED

  • A/C and Refrigeration Equipment Article 440 
    • Single equipment 
    • Disconnecting means 
    • Branch-circuit fuses or circuit breakers 
    • Room A/Cs—Part VII 
  • Fire Pumps Article 695 
    • Power source to electric-motor driven fire pumps

TRANSFORMERS ARTICLE 450 

  • Transformer construction and types 
  • Transformer installation 
  • Transformer vaults 

SPECIAL LOCATIONS ARTICLE 500 AND 600 

  • Electrified truck parking spaces

ARTICLE 626 

  • Review of Code changes 
  • Hazardous locations Article 500 
    • Group classifications 
    • Wiring methods 
    • Conduit seals 
    • Motors and generators 
    • Grounding 
  • Intrinsically safe systems 
  • Service and Repair Garages Article 511 
  • Health care facilities 
  • Places of assembly 
  • Feeders

 

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Summary

Gain an understanding of the 2014 NEC?s latest additions, revisions and changes. Learn the precautions needed when working with and around electricity.

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Who Should Attend

If you maintain or install electrical systems, this course is for you. Non-electrician maintenance personnel are just as responsible for compliance as is an electrician to the NEC

 
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