We provide specific training for local, state, federal or private electrical inspectors. Take advantage of Marty’s 30 years of electrical inspection and plan review experience as a certified code official.
Have your inspectors been professionally trained? We’re not asking if they are licensed (lots of people are licensed) or have a certificate hanging on the wall. We’re asking if he or she has been professionally trained by a certified professional code trainer?
Marty offers a comprehensive training program that includes:
- Understanding The National Electrical Code: Marty will give a comprehensive 24-40 hour training course on chapters 1-9 of the NEC
- How to interact and communicate fairly and professionally with contractors and homeowners.
- When should exceptions be given
- Am I enforcing the code or giving an opinion
- If you cite it, be prepared to write it
- How to properly interpret a code rule: If the code official doesn’t fully understand how to use definitions and terms, he or she may not be giving an interpretation, but instead, an opinion.
- Looking at other mandated codes besides the NEC
- What’s the difference between code and a standard: NFPA 70 is code, but NFPA 110 is a standard.
- Best and fair inspection practices when additional work is being installed in an existing building.
- Understanding “Change of Use” and its implications on existing buildings and or structures.
- Q & A
Marty Schumacher CEI-M