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Thomas Mason, PE
This course begins with a compendium of key changes and critical requirements associated the 2005 National Electrical Code. Some of the requirements are not new, but have been ignored and are getting new attention for enforcement. Others are long standing, but continue to cause trouble for installation contractors. The second component of the course is an annotated Table of Contents. This is your roadmap to look in the right place to find answers. The annotations emphasize portions which you must fully understand for normal electrical design or review of electrical designs.
The course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, based upon the changes, critical requirements and Table of Contents.
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