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  • Level I – Electrical Safety for non-electrical employees (2 hours)
  • This seminar focuses on electrical safety for operators, office personnel, and people who will use electricity, but will not be coming into contact with exposed electrical equipment. This class is usually loosely limited to 20 – 25 attendees per session.
  • Level II – NFPA-70E – Safe Electrical Work Practices for qualified personnel (50-600V.) (8 hours)
    This seminar focuses on electrical safety for maintenance personnel. It covers working safely with electrical equipment, proper PPE, and identifying hazards. This seminar is limited to 15 people per session.
  • Level III – Medium Voltage Workshop (over 600V.) (8 hours + Level II)
    This seminar builds on the Level II seminar with electrical safety for qualified electrical maintenance that will come into contact with higher voltage equipment, such as large motor starters, switchgear, transformers, etc. The seminar involves a great deal of hands on, non-energized examples, and as such is limited to 12 attendees per session.
  • Hazardous Locations Wiring (NEC Chapter 5) (8 hours)
    This seminar discusses explosion proof wiring practices for areas with flammable or explosive liquids, gasses & vapors, dusts, and fibers. This seminar is usually limited to 15 attendees.
  • Plant and Industrial Wiring (16 hours)
    This course goes over different code articles in the NEC that focus on proper wiring practices in industrial settings. This class is usually limited to 15 attendees.
  • VOM – Volt/Ohm/Ammeter (8 hours)
    This class goes into detail about proper safe uses of meters. The seminar covers how to understand categories of meters, a fundamental knowledge of what the meter does, and how to use the meter for different troubleshooting situations to get satisfactory results. This class is usually limited to 12 attendees.
  • NFPA-79 – Electrical Standards for Industrial Machinery (8 hours)
    This seminar goes over wiring, grounding, operating conditions, installations, overcurrent protection and disconnecting requirements for industrial machinery and equipment. This class is usually limited to 15 attendees.
  • Electrical Power Losses (8 hours)
    This class goes into calculations and identifying problem areas of power losses within facilities, such as voltage drop and induction. This class is usually limited to 15 attendees.
  • Grounding – Article 250 (8 hours)
    This class clarifies the confusing world of grounding. From explaining definitions, to helping electricians understand when to do what with grounding. This class is usually limited to 15 attendees.
  • Hazard Risk Analysis (8 hours)
    This seminar goes into calculations for arc-flash boundaries, arc-fault potential, environmental awareness, and interpreting proper rating of PPE. This class is usually limited to 15 attendees.
  • NEC Code Test Preparation (16 hours)
    This seminar is geared towards licensed electricians, or electricians who will be testing for their license. It is useful and effective for both Journeyman testers, as well as Master testers. Class size limits are variable.
  • NEC Code Changes (8 hours)
    This seminar goes into detail on what’s new or what’s been changed in the NEC Code Book since the previous edition. This class is usually limited to 20 or more attendees.
  • Motor Control systems (Non-PLC) (8 hours)
    This seminar covers equipment such as relays, switchgear, motor starters and timing devices. It also covers proper installation of motors and identifying wire colors. This class is usually limited to 12 attendees.
  • Industrial Automation Grounding (16 hours)
    This class focuses more in depth on the grounding practices for industrial applications. The focus of this program is geared towards grounding information that applies specifically to automation and control, detailing needs such as isolated grounding, grounding of a large grid, etc. This class is usually limited to 15 attendees.
  • Conduit Fill Calculations – NEC chapter 3 and tables (2 hours)
    Usually done in tandem with Box Fill Calculations, this seminar focuses on how to properly size conduits for the conductors you intend to pull into them. This class is usually limited to 20 attendees.
  • Box Fill Calculations – NEC article 314.16 (2 hours)
    Usually done in tandem with Conduit Fill Calculations, this seminar focuses on how to calculate box fill, and how to interpret the rules of the NEC on the subject. This class is usually limited to 20 attendees.
  • Conductors article 314.15 (4 hours)
    This seminar explains sizing, ampacity, temperature adjustment and derating of conductors, as is laid out by the NEC. This class is usually limited to 20 attendees.