National Electrical Code, Part I
Tuesday, July 24, 2018, 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM CDT (incl. a 30 min. break)

   The 2017 National Electrical Code

      • New editions

      • New articles and new informative annex

      • Code-wide changes

   Article 90 – Introduction

      • Purpose and scope

      • Enforcement

      • Code arrangement

      • Rules and explanatory material

      • Units of measurement

   Article 100 – Definitions

      • Two or more articles vs. one article

      • Part I and Part II

      • New and moved definitions

      • Revised definitions

   Article 110 –Requirements for Electrical Installations

      • Overview

      • Installation and use

      • Unused openings

      • Arc-flash warning

      • Lockable disconnecting means

      • Spaces about electrical equipment

   Articles 210 and 215 – Branch Circuits and Feeders

      • Scope of article 210

      • Multiwire branch circuits

      • Grouping

      • Ground fault circuit interrupter protection

      • Scope of Article 215

      • Definition of feeder

National Electrical Code, Part II
Wednesday, July 25, 2018, 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM CDT (incl. a 30 min. break)

   Article 240 – Overcurrent Protection

      • Overcurrent protection overview

      • Protection of conductors

      • Round-up rule

      • Small-conductor rule

      • Tap rules

      • Transformer secondary conductor rules

   Article 250 – Grounding and Bonding

      • Grounding and bonding terms defined

      • Grounding electrode conductor sizing

      • Sizing conductors in table 250.102(C)(1)

      • Equipment grounding conductor sizing

      • Permitted connection methods for grounding and bonding

      • Separately derived systems

      • Grounding and bonding for separate buildings and structures

National Electrical Code, Part III
Thursday, July 26, 2018, 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM CDT (incl. a 30 min. break)

   Article 310 – Conductors for general wiring

      • Grounded conductor vs. neutral conductor

      • Grounded conductor identification

      • Specifications for sizing conductors

      • Conductor temperature limitations

      • Continuous loads

      • Correction and adjustment factors

   Article 314 – Outlet, device, pull, and junction boxes; and conduit bodies

      • Scope of Article 314

      • Damp and wet locations

      • Box fill calculations

      • Boxes and conduit bodies

   Article 408 – Switchboards, switchgear and panelboards

      • Scope of Article 408

      • Used as service equipment

      • Circuit identification 

      • Transformer disconnecting means

   Article 430 – Motors

      • Scope of Article 430

      • Motor circuits and their components

      • Motor table values

      • Motor overload protection

      • Branch-circuit protection

      • Motor markings

      • Motor controllers

      • Disconnecting means

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    1.2 CEUs – Electrical

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Charles Miller

Master Electrician, business owner, author, educator in Lebanon, TN
Mr. Miller spent 18 years as a successful business owner and electrical contractor. Since then, he has focused his time and energy on writing and teaching to promote knowledge and proficiency among engineers, electricians, and tradespeople in the field. Throughout his career, he has passed more than 45 Master Electrical exams (with a score of 93 or higher) and seven Electrical Inspector exams. As an author and illustrator, he has an extensive list of electrical-related publications to his credit, including some published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Mr. Miller also sits on two NFPA committees, including the committee for the NFPA 70E standard.
“Even as an electrician and contractor working in commercial and industrial environments, I’ve always been a very visual person,” says Mr. Miller. “Codes and standards can be very difficult and very dry. As an instructor I try to convey the information in a way that enables my students to visualize more so they’ll retain the information and actually put it to good use.”
In 1988 he began to focus and dedicate himself to electrical-related training. Besides teaching his own custom tailored classes and seminars covering various aspects of the electrical industry, Mr. Miller partners with some of the top electrical training organizations in the country. His list of achievements include teaching with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
His work as an author and illustrator includes: Illustrated Guide to the National Electrical Code (Delmar Cengage Learning, 1999 – present); “Code In Focus” column for Electrical Contractor magazine (1999 – present); Pocket Guide to Residential Electrical Installations (NFPA, 2001 – 2011); Pocket Guide to Commercial and Industrial Electrical Installations (NFPA, 2001 – present); Ugly’s Electrical References (Jones and Bartlett Learning, 2019); Ugly’s Electrical Safety and NFPA 70E (Jones and Bartlett Learning, 2011); The Electrician’s Exam Prep Manual (Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2007); NFPA’s Pocket Electrical References (Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2007); and NFPA’s Electrical References (NFPA, 2004). Mr. Miller served for more than three years as a co-host of “House Calls,” a home improvement radio talk show on 1510 AM WLAC in Nashville, Tennessee.

There are 3 Courses in This Seminar

National Electrical Code, Part I

National Electrical Code, Part I

July 24, 2018 Webinar Charles Miller
National Electrical Code, Part II

National Electrical Code, Part II

July 25, 2018 Webinar Charles Miller
National Electrical Code, Part III

National Electrical Code, Part III

July 26, 2018 Webinar Charles Miller