ACC Online Learning
This 15-hour interactive online course is intended to familiarize the reader with the major changes contained in the 2011 NEC®, and is suitable for anyone exposed to the NEC at any level, including contractors, builders, electricians, and electrical engineers. The course addresses Code revisions that apply to all types of occupancies - residential, commercial, and industrial. Lesson 1 will cover Code-wide changes and definitions, and will include an analysis of the most noteworthy revisions in the first two chapters of the 2011 NEC. Lesson 2 will continue discussion and analysis of additional important Code changes in chapters 3 and 4 of the 2011 NEC. Make sure you stay safe, build safe, remain up-to-date and deliver quality work – read up! Note: This 15-hour course consists of two RedVector courses: (1) 2011 NEC Code Changes – Introduction, Chapter 1 and Chapter 2, which covers Articles 100 – 285.25; and (2) 2011 NEC code Changes – Chapter and Chapter 4, covering Article 300 – 490.77. (Intermediate - 15 hours).
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Discuss the significant changes in the 2011 edition of NFPA® 70, the National Electrical Code.
- Ensure compliance with applicable Code standards when writing plans and specifications.
- Identify a Code section(s) where additional study may be appropriate for the student’s practice.
- Identify some of the regulations for safeguarding persons and property from hazards arising from the use of electricity.
- Recognize new Articles incorporated into the Code and the scope of the information.
- Recall some of the basic safety requirements and areas of coverage of the NEC®
Neal L. Burdick
Neal Burdick has over 30 years of experience and is currently a Construction Inspector for the City of Tampa. He is a registered instructor for the Electrical Council of Florida and is the author and instructor of a State of Florida approved Electrical Contractor’s Licensing Board course.
Neal is an accomplished and exceptionally knowledgeable professional with a solid background in electrical and building inspections, as well as code compliance. He is recognized as an expert in this industry. He is an active member of IAEI, BOAF, ECF, and related industry associations. Mr. Burdick conducts training to Building Officials, Engineers, Plans Examiners, Inspectors, Electrical Contractors, and Apprentices throughout the state of Florida.