About this Course
This course gives a brief overview of changes to the 2020 National Electric Code, focusing on additions to the Code, as well as revised articles, sections, subsections, and subdivisions. In the second section of the course, we explore the important electrical safety standard NFPA 70E, beginning with a general overview followed by lessons discussing Article 110, including outside contractors, training requirements, and working within limited approach boundaries. Further lessons examine NFPA 70E standards pertaining to personal and other protective equipment. We will look at insulated tools and equipment, un-insulated overhead lines, and general safety precautions. In the final part of the course, we discuss the Texas law and rules that govern electrician licensing and practice, beginning with an introduction to the role and duties of the Electrical Safety and Licensing Advisory Board. Students will learn about the different types of electrician licenses issued in Texas and the requirements for obtaining and maintaining these licenses. Students will also be taught training documentation, insurance requirements, electrician responsibilities, and standards of conduct.
At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:
- Discuss significant changes to the National Electric Code in the 2020 edition
- Recall the origins, intent, and arrangement of NFPA 70E
- Summarize the changes to the 2018 edition of NFPA 70E
- Identity the role and responsibilities of outside contractors
- Explain electrical safety training requirements
- Discuss training "qualified" persons
- Summarize the makeup, function, and powers and duties of the Electrical Safety and Licensing Advisory Board
- Identify the licensing requirements for various types of licenses
- Recall the grounds for denial or disciplinary action
- List the licensing requirements
- Discuss current Texas Electricians laws and rules
Final Exam: You will be required to pass the final exam with a score of 70% or higher before a certificate of completion is issued.
360training.com, Inc. verifies each learner's identity through validation questions being asked throughout the course to ensure that the learner is completing the course himself/herself. In the beginning of the course the learner is asked for some personal information (e.g. nick name, favorite teacher name, pet name etc.) which he/she will need to correctly answer during the course to proceed further. If the learner fails to answer those questions, the course will get locked and he/she will then need to contact our support team to have it unlocked.
Validation Questions Duration: Every 25 minutes
Time given to answer: 45 seconds per question
Attempts allowed before course is locked: 2
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