Credit Hours: 2

2017 NEC Wiring Methods and Materials – Electrical

2017 NEC Wiring Methods and Materials is an overview of the aspects of NFPA 70, also known as the National Electrical Code, most relevant to low-voltage installations.  This course provides detailed instruction on requirements governing wiring methods and boxes, running the wire, specifications and limitations of equipment, and wiring for low voltage. Participants’ knowledge is checked throughout the module with interactive quizzes and a final exam.

This course is to be applied to an Electrical License renewal only.


Product Description / Course Objectives

    • At the conclusion of this course, the learner will be able to:
      • Understand the general requirements, limitations, and specifications for installing electrical wiring in compliance with the NFPA 70, also known as the National Electrical Code (NEC).
      • Learn methods on how to protect conductors, raceways, and cables from physical damage.
      • Define the different types of materials discussed in the NEC articles presented in this module.
      • Determine what uses are permitted or not for each type of material referenced in the NEC.
      • Understand the use, installation, and construction specifications presented for each included article of the NEC.

      Credit Hours: 2

      Approved for CEU Credit in:

      Alaska, Colorado, Delaware, New Mexico, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas (TDLR), Wisconsin, Wyoming

      This course must be taken with both the Administrative Rules of the TX Department of Licensing and Regulation and Overview of NFPA 70E Standard for electrical Safety in the Workplace, 2012 Edition classes to receive credit for a Texas Electrician renewal.