National Electric Code Courses

    **VIRTUAL** Changes To The National Electrical Code, 2020 (10 Hours)

    When: December 2 & 3, 2020, 8am-1pm (Both days)
    Cost: $285.00
    Hours: 10 Hours
    Where: **Virtual (Zoom)**
    Description: Come hear Marty (virtually) on the 2020 NEC changes: Major GFCI requirements, Surge Protection Devices, Outdoor Emergency Disconnects, Arc Flash Reduction, Lighting Loads, Marinas, Electrical Safety, and much, much more. Class is approved for ceu's in MD (and counties), DE, PA and NC, including PDH's for professional engineers. the state of VA is not approving 2020 NEC classes at this time. Check out our 2017 NEC online class for VA credits- https://mselectricaltraining.com/online-courses/

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    Changes To The National Electrical Code, 2020 (10 Hours)

    When: December 2 & 3, 2020, 8am-1pm (All distancing and safety precautions will be followed)
    Cost: $325.00 (Includes Mike Holt Code Change Book), (Coffee and snacks are included)
    Hours: 10 Hours
    Where: 3545 Ellicott Mills Dr, Ellicott City, MD 21043 (Park in the lower parking lot)
    Description: Come hear Marty on the 2020 NEC changes: Major GFCI requirements, Surge Protection Devices, Outdoor Emergency Disconnects, Arc Flash Reduction, Lighting Loads, Marinas, and much, much more. Class is approved for ceu's in MD (and counties), DE, PA and NC, including PDH's for professional engineers. the state of VA is not approving 2020 NEC classes at this time. Check out our 2017 NEC online class for VA credits.

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    Changes To The National Electrical Code, 2020- 5 Hours (Chpts. 1-3)

    When: December 2, 2020, 8am-1pm (All safety distancing and precautions will be followed)
    Cost: $225.00 (Includes Mike Holt Code Change Book)
    Hours: 5 Hours (Chapters 1-3)
    Where: 3545 Ellicott Mills Dr, Ellicott City, MD 21043 (Park in the lower parking lot)
    Description: This class will update you on dozens of major changes in the 2020 NEC, chapters 1-3. Some of these changes require additional GFCI requirements for residential and commercial occupancies, including GFCI protection for outdoor residential A/C units, surge protection, outdoor emergency disconnects, lighting loads and much, much more. Class is approved for ceu's in MD (and counties), DE, PA and NC, including PDH's for professional engineers. The state of VA is not approving any 2020 NEC classes at this time. Check out our 2017 NEC online class for VA credits- https://mselectricaltraining.com/online-courses/

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    Changes To The National Electrical Code, 2020- 5 Hours (Chpts. 4-7)

    When: December 3, 2020, 8am-1pm (All distancing and safety precautions will be followed)
    Cost: 225.00
    Hours: 5 Hours (NEC Chapters 4-7)
    Where: 3545 Ellicott Mills Dr, Ellicott City, MD 21043 (Park in the lower parking lot)
    Description: This class will update you on dozens of major changes in the 2020 NEC, chapters 4-7. Some of these changes are arc flash reductions, new marina rules, flexible cords, replacements of receptacles and switches, panelboards, emergency systems, swimming pools and much, much more. Class is approved for ceu's in MD (and counties), DE, PA and NC, including PDH's for professional engineers. The state of VA is not approving 2020 NEC classes at this time. Check out our 2017 NEC online class for VA credits- https://mselectricaltraining.com/online-courses/

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    **VIRTUAL** Changes To The National Electrical Code, 2020 (10 Hours)

    When: December 2 & 3, 2020, 8am-1pm (Both days)
    Cost: $285.00
    Hours: 10 Hours
    Where: **Virtual (Zoom)**
    Description: Come hear Marty on the 2020 NEC changes: Major GFCI requirements, Surge Protection Devices, Outdoor Emergency Disconnects, Arc Flash Reduction, Lighting Loads, Marinas, Electrical Safety, and much, much more. Class is approved for ceu's in MD (and counties), DE, PA and NC, including PDH's for professional engineers. the state of VA is not approving 2020 NEC classes at this time. Check out our 2017 NEC online class for VA credits-https://mselectricaltraining.com/online-courses/

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    Changes To The National Electrical Code, 2020 (10 Hours)

    When: January 8, 2021, 12:30pm-5:30pm, January 9, 8am-1pm. All distancing and safety precautions will be implemented.
    Cost: $325.00 (Includes Mike Holt Code Change Book)
    Hours: 10 Hours
    Where: 3545 Ellicott Mills Dr, Ellicott City, MD 21043 (Park in the lower parking lot)
    Description: Come hear Marty on the 2020 NEC changes: Major GFCI requirements, Surge Protection Devices, Outdoor Emergency Disconnects, Arc Flash Reduction, Lighting Loads, Marinas, and much, much more. Class is approved for ceu's in MD (and counties), DE, PA and NC, including PDH's for professional engineers. the state of VA is not approving 2020 NEC classes at this time. Check out our 2017 NEC online class for VA credits- https://mselectricaltraining.com/online-courses/

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    Changes To The National Electrical Code, 2020- 5 Hours (Chpts. 1-3)

    When: January 8, 2021, 12:30pm-5:30pm. All distancing and safety precautions will be implemented.
    Cost: $225.00 (Includes Mike Holt Code Change Book)
    Hours: 5 Hours (Chapters 1-3)
    Where: 3545 Ellicott Mills Dr, Ellicott City, MD 21043 (Park in the lower parking lot)
    Description: This class will update you on dozens of major changes in the 2020 NEC, chapters 1-3. Some of these changes require additional GFCI requirements for residential and commercial occupancies, including GFCI protection for outdoor residential A/C units, surge protection, outdoor emergency disconnects, lighting loads and much, much more. Class is approved for ceu's in MD (and counties), DE, PA and NC, including PDH's for professional engineers. The state of VA is not approving any 2020 NEC classes at this time. Check out our 2017 NEC online class for VA credits.

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    Changes To The National Electrical Code, 2020- 5 Hours (Chpts. 4-7)

    When: January 9, 2021, 8am-1pm. All distancing and safety precautions will be implemented.
    Cost: 225.00 (Mike Holt Book Provided)
    Hours: 5 Hours (NEC Chapters 4-7)
    Where: 3545 Ellicott Mills Dr, Ellicott City, MD 21043 (Park in the lower parking lot)
    Description: This class will update you on dozens of major changes in the 2020 NEC, chapters 4-7. Some of these changes are arc flash reductions, new marina rules, flexible cords, replacements of receptacles and switches, panelboards, emergency systems, swimming pools and much, much more. Class is approved for ceu's in MD (and counties), DE, PA and NC, including PDH's for professional engineers. The state of VA is not approving 2020 NEC classes at this time. Check out our 2017 NEC online class for VA credits- https://mselectricaltraining.com/online-courses/

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    **VIRTUAL** Changes To The National Electrical Code, 2020 (10 Hours)

    When: January 8, 2021, 12:30pm-5:30pm, January 9, 8am-1pm.
    Cost: $285.00
    Hours: 10 Hours
    Where: **Virtual (Zoom)**
    Description: Come hear Marty on the 2020 NEC changes: Major GFCI requirements, Surge Protection Devices, Outdoor Emergency Disconnects, Arc Flash Reduction, Lighting Loads, Marinas, Electrical Safety, and much, much more. Class is approved for ceu's in MD (and counties), DE, PA and NC, including PDH's for professional engineers. the state of VA is not approving 2020 NEC classes at this time. Check out our 2017 NEC online class for VA credits. (Attendance will be taken)

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    NEC Electrical Calculations & Master Exam Prep Course (30 Hours)

    When: February 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 25 & March 1, 2020- You will need a 2017 NFPA 70 code book ( for the MD Exam), basic calculator, booklet for notes and a highlighter(s).
    Cost: $695
    Hours: 30 (Total, 9 classes)
    Where: 3545 Ellicott Mills Dr, Ellicott City, MD 21043 (Park in the lower parking lot)
    Description: All posted dates are for this 30 hour course. This course will cover calculations for branch circuits, feeders, motors, single and multi-family dwellings, commercial properties, stores, voltage drop, fault current, demand factors, neutral loads, calculations based on square footage, transformers, generators, track lighting, show window, appliances, etc. Proven test taking techniques and strategies are taught, which are necessary to pass the exam. Calculations for this class contain solid and proven exam prep instruction. Approved for Continuing Education in Maryland and Harford, PG, Queen Anne, Wicomico, Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester & Worcester Counties. Contact PSI Exams for candidate registration info for MD, VA and DC.

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