Credit Hours: 4.00
Approval Number: IAEI-12FAM-1
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This 4-hour course is based on IAEI's One- and Two-Family Dwelling Electrical Systems book, and the requirements contained in the 2014 NEC and the 2015 IRC. Electrical systems, equipment or components that are not specifically covered in Chapters 34 through 43 of the IRC are required to comply with the applicable provisions of the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70 (see IRC E3401.2).
This program focuses on the requirements for electrical installations based on the electrical code and includes information relative to making proper electrical installations and inspections of residential wiring systems. Part I covers Chapters 1 through 8.
Upon sucessful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Describe general requirements including ampacity and derating
- Explain definitions and perform electrical calculations including ampacity, load, circuits and grounded (neutral) service conductors.
- Understand installations of services including definitions, clearances, service disconnects and permitted uses.
- Discuss grounding and bonding requirements as well as cabinets and enclosures
- Identify requirements for feeders and personnel protection
- Locate power and lighting distribution requirements
Keith Lofland, Director of Education
International Association of Electrical Inspectors
901 Waterfall Way, Ste. 602
Richardson, TX 75080-7702
(972) 235-1455 x.36
We encourage students to contact Keith with any content related questions and he will provide you with a prompt response. He has a wealth of industry knowledge which he is happy to share. Keith has been a master electrician since 1987 and the Director of Education at the International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI) since 2008.