Part 1 of a multiple part series, this one (1) hour course covers and highlights some of the significant changes and updates in the 2020 Edition of NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (NEC) which was recently updated from the 2017 Edition of NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (NEC). The student will progress through each section of the NEC from the introduction up to and including article 300. The student will be identifying sections, articles, and tables of where and what significant changes occurred (be it an addition, revision, or deletion), the student will review the 2020 version of the updated text, and understand the reason for the change with an explanatory brief.Instructor: Raymond Bosek, PE
SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE OR SKILL OBTAINED
This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Become familiar with some of the significant changes including additions, deletions, and modification to the 2020 Edition of NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (NEC) from the 2017 Edition from Introduction up to and including chapter 3
- Comprehend, after reviewing the significant changes and additions to the 2020 Edition of NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (NEC) the large scope of the changes to the code, thereby seeking additional and more thorough reviews of the entire code
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
This 1 hour (50 min) webinar satisfies online live instruction required for Licensed Professional Engineers. Upon completion all attendees will receive a record in a form of a certificate of completion. Records will be emailed to all attendees and available anytime online by accessing your account on EZ-pdh.com. This course satisfies 1 professional development hours (PDH) of continuing education.
Our webinars are conducted utilizing GotoWebinar.com service (chosen for reliability, ease of use, no software required and ability to attend using your computer, tablet, or smart phone).
Upon purchase your will be emailed a link to the webinar. Also a link to the webinar will be in your Student Menu, in MyCourses under this course.
Clicking the link you will be redirect to gotowebinar.com where you will be asked to register with your name and email. This step can be performed anytime prior to or immediately before the webinar.
During the webinar you will be viewing live instruction with the ability to ask written questions to the instructor (students will not have open mics, so only chat available). Assessment of student progress will occur as a continuous process throughout the session and can include polling, Q&A sessions, and final questions posed by the instructor.
Within the hour after webinar completion you will receive via email a certificate of completion . Also your online records in MyCourses will show this course completed with a link to the certificate as well. All outstanding questions asked during the webinar will also be answered via email at this time.