Article 500 – 820

This 3 day class covers articles 500 – 820. Get the education needed to understand special occupancies and hazardous locations. Receive information on Fire Resistive Cable and Energy Management Systems and Communication Systems.

Details: Classroom style for 3 days for 4 hours, receive 12 Continuing Education Units for attending. This course designed for anyone needing CEU’s for contractor license renewal (see approved States) or required to meet code for installations.

Article 250 – Grounding and Bonding

This 4 day course covers article 250 one of the most technically difficult sections of the National Electrical Code. Get information on the difference between grounding and bonding. Learn the proper requirements for grounding and bonding of the electrical system, grounding and bonding of services and separately derived systems, rounding electrode system, equipment grounding and bonding.

Details: Classroom style for 4 days for 4 hours, receive 16 Continuing Education Units for attending. This course designed for anyone needing CEU’s for contractor license renewal (see approved States) or required to meet new code for installations.

Article 680

The coverage of this article occurs in spring when installer’s face the challenge of meeting code requirements for Swimming Pools, Fountains and Similar installations.

Details: Classroom style for 4 Continuing Education Units, 1 day 4 hours. This course designed for anyone needing CEU’s for contractor license renewal or needing information on installations.

Electrical License Exam Prep Course

This class prepares attendees to take the Georgia Electrical Contractors Exam. Day 1 offers an expanded business and safety section designed to help you understand tax issues, contract management, employment requirements and safety obligations. Days 2 and 3 cover test taking strategies, a review of electrical calculations and code review and application. Complete practice tests designed to check your knowledge, boost your confidence and improve your performance when taking the real exam.

Details: Classroom style for 56 Continuing Education Units. This course adds value to anyone planning to take or qualified to take the Electrical Contractors Exam

Code Changes Request This Course

This class covers the major changes as revised in the National Electric Code every 3 years. Historically, Georgia adopts the new code in the year following the updates are printed.

Details: Classroom style for 4 - 12 Continuing Education Units, depending on changes. This course designed for anyone needing CEU’s for contractor license renewal (see approved States) or required to meet new code for installations.

Code by Article

An in depth review of selected National Electrical Code articles are offered each week to earn Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) in approved state states

Details: Classroom style for 4 Continuing Education Units for CEU's in AL, GA, NC, KY and VA . This course designed for anyone needing CEU’s for contractor license renewal (see approved States).

Comprehensive Code Course

Starts 3 times per year in March, July and October, and covers multiple areas of the National Electrical Code, currently 2014 version. This course gives students an in depth review of select code articles 90 – 450. Good for CEU’s in 5 states: AL, GA, NC, KY and VA

Details: Classroom style 14 weeks, 1 class per week, 4 hours/night (4:30-8:30) for 56 Continuing Education Units. This course designed for Electricians to Owners or anyone that requires an in depth understanding of the National Electrical Code. Many attendees use this for preparation to take the Georgia Electrical Contractors Exam. It is attendance based with no formal quizzes, tests or grades.