The National Electric Code is intended for electricians and subcontractors, electrical inspectors, electrical engineers, designers, and other qualified persons who understand electrical currents, theory, safety procedures, and electrical trade practices. The code does not serve as a teaching manual for untrained individuals.
- Determine the scope of the 2011 National Electric Code
- Identify the various significant changes the first four chapters.
- Refer to the appropriate sections of the code and find applicable changes
- Recognize the reason for each change
- Apply each change as necessary
- Refer to the appropriate tables to extract relevant information
- ARTICLE 700 - Emergency Systems
- ARTICLE 701 Legally Required Standby Systems
- ARTICLE 702 Optional Standby Systems
- ARTICLE 705 lnterconnected Electric Power Production Sources
- ARTICLE 708 Critical Operations Power Systems (COPS)
- ARTICLE 725 Class 1, Cass 2, and Class 3 Remote-Control, Signaling, and Power-Limited Circuits
- ARTICLE 760 Fire Alarm Systems
- ARTICLE 770 Optical Fiber Cables and Raceways
- ARTICLE 800 Communications Circuits
- ARTICLE 810â Radio and Television Equipment
- ARTICLE. 820 - Community Antenna Television and Radio Distribution Systems
- ARTICLE 830 - Network-Powered Broadband Communications Systems
- ARTICLE 840 Premises-Powered Broadband Communications Systems
- 840.1 Scope
End of Course Instructions
The final exam must be passed successfully with 70% or higher in order to receive your certificate of completion.
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