National Electrical Code Seminar
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You must take and pass a quiz in order to receive credit. You can take the quiz as many times as needed and there is no time limit on the quiz. Once the quiz is completed, you will be asked to download your certificate.
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Registration: 8:00 – 8:30 am
Morning Session: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Lunch (On your own): 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Afternoon Session: 1:30 – 5:00 pm
Introduction to Grounding and Bonding
Ground fault paths
Review of Ohms Law
Electric shock hazards
250.4(A): Grounded systems
250.4(B): Ungrounded systems
250.6: Objectionable current
250.8: Connection of grounding and bonding equipment
250.12: Clean surface
250.20: AC systems to be grounded
250.21: AC systems not required to be grounded
250.22: Circuits not to be grounded
250.24(A): System grounding connections
250.24(B): Main bonding jumpers
250.24(C): Grounded conductors in service equipment
250.30: Grounding separately derived AC systems
250.32: Separate building feeders
Grounding Electrode System
250.52: Grounding electrodes
250.53: Grounding electrode system installation
250.54: Auxiliary grounding electrodes
Grounding Electrode Conductors
250.62: Grounding electrode conductor materials
250.64: GEC installation
250.66: GEC sizing
250.68: GEC and bonding
250.70: Methods of grounding and bonding
250.90 General requirements
250.92: Bonding of services
250.96 Bonding other enclosures
250.102: Bonding conductors & jumpers
250.104: Bonding pipe systems & structural metal
250.106: Lightning protection systems
Equipment Grounding & Conductors
250.110: Equipment fastened in place
250.114: Equipment connected by cord and plug
250.119: ID of equipment grounding conductors
250.120: EGC installation
250.122: EGC sizing
250.126: ID of wiring device terminals
Methods of Equipment Grounding
250.130: EGC connections
250.136: Equipment considered grounded
250.142: Grounded conductor and grounding equipment
250.148: EGC continuity and attachment
Grounding Specific Equipment Overview
517: Health care facilities
517.13: Grounding in patient care areas
517.17: GFCI protections
547: Agricultural buildings
547.9: Electrical supply from distribution point
547.10: Equipotential planes and related bonding
7.0 CPD Hours/PDHs
7.0 HSW Continuing Ed. Hours
7.0 AIA HSW Learning Units
Ohio Electrical Contractors
7.0 Code Hours
International Code Council
Approval Applied for/Pending
Continuing Education Credit Information
This seminar is open to the public and offers 7.0 CPD Hours/PDHs to professional engineers and 7.0 HSW continuing education hours to architects in most states, including Ohio. Educators and courses are not subject to preapproval in Ohio.
The American Institute of Architects has approved this seminar for 7.0 HSW Learning Units (Sponsor No. J885). Only full attendance can be reported to the AIA/CES.
Engineers and architects seeking continuing education credit in other states will be able to claim the hours earned at this seminar, in most cases. Refer to specific state rules to determine eligibility.
The Ohio Construction Industry Licensing Board has approved this course for 7.0 Code hours for electrical contractors. Licensees must present their Ohio licenses and photo identification at the seminar in order to obtain a certificate of completion and have their hours reported HalfMoon Education Agency No. 741).
HalfMoon Education is a Preferred Provider with the International Code Council (No. 1232). Course approval is applied for and pending. Please confirm approval prior to registering for this seminar.
Attendance will be monitored and attendance certificates will be available after the seminar for most individuals who complete the entire event. Attendance certificates not available at the seminar will be mailed to participants within fifteen business days.
Consultant at Freelance Electrical System Design and Drafting
Mr. White’s past ten years with Columbus State Community College in Columbus, Ohio, as its Skilled Trades Program coordinator, has provided him with insights beyond teaching, including migration to semesters, and providing oversight of 144 apprenticeship courses and 28 open enrollment courses covering construction, carpentry, electrical, plumbing, and welding. Mr. White helped craft 15 plans for study for various certificates, AAS majors, and ATS majors. He has been an active part of articulation agreements, with various vocational career programs and apprenticeship programs. He started a new open enrollment program in June of 2007, which had over 200 active students, and filled 28 course sections per term, prior to him handing it over to a new faculty member. Mr. White is presently working with 10 apprenticeship partnerships with annual enrollment of 1,500 students. He has oversight of five labs, equipment, materials, and lab personnel.