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BlueVolt is approved to offer classes on the National Electrical Code Changes in these states: Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland (Cecil, Caroline and Queen Anne counties), Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
NEC stands for the National Electrical Code, and every working electrician who is currently in the field needs to be up-to-date on what it entails.
The NEC is a common rulebook that electricians in the United States follow, and it’s only natural for it to periodically change. Every 3 years, the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) changes this code in order to ensure the highest updated standards of safety in electrical engineering. Since 1911, the NFPA has been frequently changing the codes. In fact, the 2011 (52nd) edition was just published in October of 2010.
Within many areas of the United States, it’s a state law to attend NEC classes regularly. Learning the NEC changes is very important for a number of reasons. They will build upon your repertoire of skills which will in turn increase your value as an electrician. All the changes made to the NEC are associated with the ANSI (American National Standards Institute.) Because of this, the changes made to the code are significant and finding classes that’ll thoroughly cover them is essential.
Whether you’re a beginner or a veteran, it’s highly recommended that electricians of all levels attend NEC classes every 3 years. Courses that focus on continuing education for electricians are currently available in a number of outlets, including the Internet.
You should strongly consider enrolling in NEC classes, especially if your job involves:
- Installing or replacing motors.
- Maintaining refinery or building lighting.
- Installing and maintaining electrical equipment.
- Repairing motor controls.
- Replacing fuses.
- Adjusting motor overloads.
- Running newly installed power equipment.
- Working on refinery or building generators.
- Installing and maintaining HVAC equipment.
- Managing or supervising maintenance operations.
- Troubleshooting refinery or building electrical problems.
With BlueVolt, every possible facet that you have to acknowledge with the current NEC will be covered. Once you’ve completed your desired course with us, you will be completely aware of all the changes made and be able to swiftly navigate the NEC. The benefits that you will find with us are:
- You only pay when you pass a test.
- You can learn online at your own pace.
- Our courses are approved in 28 states.
- We report to the agencies that regulate electricians in 15 states.
- You can keep your license current.
If you’re in dire need of NEC training, then don’t wait another minute. Contact us today, and you’ll see what we can do for you. We offer on-demand interactive courses. Plus, you can obtain training through video or presentations, which provide excellent learning environments at your own convenience. We’re always available to answer questions you may have, and we look forward to hearing from you.