2011 NEC Code Changes - Chapter 5

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The NFPA® updates the NEC Code periodically – you need to know the latest updates and the reasons for them. This interactive online course provides you with everything you need to be familiar with Chapter 5 of the NEC Code – specifically the 2011 version. For all of the major Code changes covered, you'll get: (1) a summary addressing each relevant Change; (2) excerpts of actual 2011 National Electrical Code® text with relevant staff comments and illustrations; (3) first-time articles; (4) usability improvements; and (5) revisions that boost electrical safety making the 2011 National Electrical Code® essential. (Intermediate - 6 hours).

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify the various significant changes in Chapter 5 of the NEC®.
  • Recognize the reasons for changes to existing Code.
  • List new articles in the Code.
  • Describe deletions in some existing requirements.

Joe Crump

Electrical Contractor

Joe Crump is a Florida Certified Electrical Contractor with over 32 years of experience in the electrical industry. Joe Crump is the owner and CEO of L. Crump Electric which has 75 employees. Joe has also been an electrical engineer with the U.S. Army Corp of Engineering and has an MBA from Florida Metropolitan University.

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