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NEC for Industrial Installations

National Electrical Code for Industrial Installations Training Classes

Class Overview

e-Hazard's 40-hour 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC) course is focused on industrial and commercial electrical installations, covering topics such as motor installations, explosion-proof areas, industrial machinery, HVAC equipment, welders, and generators. The focus of the course is to educate electricians, engineers, and safety professionals on the detailed requirements of the NEC in these types of installations, steering clear of residential and light commercial topics covered in many NEC classes. If your organization needs an industrial-based course that includes practical application and calculations on a variety of industrial examples, this is the course for you.

Also check out our NEC Updates for Industrial Installations class.

What You'll Learn

This class addresses the 2017 NEC, including (but not limited to) the following categories:

  • General installation requirements
  • Calculations for branch-circuit, feeder, and service
  • Switchboard, panelboards, and disconnects
  • Grounded (neutral) conductors
  • Grounding and bonding
  • Boxes and enclosures
  • Cables and raceways
  • Wiring methods and conductors
  • Branch circuits
  • Receptacle provisions, switches and lighting requirements
  • Motors, controllers, and motor circuits
  • Generators and transformers
  • Emergency systems
  • Conduit and tubing fill tables

Who Should Attend?

We recommend personnel with the following job titles and responsibilities take this class:

  • Electricians
  • Safety directors
  • Building engineers
  • Plant and facility maintenance technicians
  • Energy management personnel
  • Electrical contractors
  • HVAC maintenance and repair technicians
  • Plant and facility managers
  • Maintenance electricians
  • Building managers and superintendents
  • Stationary engineers

On-site at Your Facility

$13,250 for training plus student materials.

Local rates and volume rates available. Includes 40 hours of training and instructor travel to US locations.

Materials Provided: National Electrical Code (2017), e-Hazard student workbook, Tom Henry's Key Word Index, Soares Book on Grounding and Bonding (2017)


Attend a Nationwide Class

$2,259 Per Person

Includes 40 hours of training, student materials, and lunch.


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