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HOW TO READ THE NEC CODE
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GWINNETT TECH
NEC UPDATE (SEM 0058)


(SATURDAY) April 20, 2002


This seminar is designed for Electrical Engineers, Contractors, Inspectors, Contractors and Maintenance Electricians, Supervisors, Utility personal and Apprentices. All classes are 4 hours CEU credits. Certificates are issued after the seminar.


Are you having difficulty reading or finding articles and code sections in the NEC? How many times have you looked for a code section and couldn't for the life of you find it? When was the last time you were turned down on an inspection and you know the Inspector was totally wrong and you didn't know where to look in the code to prove it? How much is it costing you not to know? Can the Authority Having Jurisdiction make you install anything their way because of 90-4? How much authority do inspectors have? Are there any City or County Ordinances? What is the Georgia State Code? You will be surprised at the answers.


Seminar cost/Schedule
Cost is $95.00 per student. Please register during regular business hours M-TH from 8:00am to 6:30pm and Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. By fax with form using VISA, Discover, MasterCard, or purchase order #. Fax # (770) 995-7903. To insure classes to be held on the scheduled Saturday, please be registered by the Wensday before. For those who can't register before Saturday, please come in early before class starts. The classroom to be announced. Classes start at 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. Please be on time. For more information, please contact Ms Karen Crane at (770) 962-7580 ext 236 or E-mail at www.gwinnett-tech .org


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GROUNDING & BONDING
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GWINNETT TECH
NEC UPDATE (SEM 0058)


(SATURDAY) May 18, 2002


This seminar is designed for Electrical Engineers, Contractors, Inspectors, Contractors and Maintenance Electricians, Supervisors, Utility personal and Apprentices. All classes are 4 hours CEU credits. Certificates are issued after the seminar.


Are you having trouble with grounding and bonding? Do you know the difference between the two? What about grounded and bonded? Do you know what a neutral is? If so, when do you need one? Has Article 250 been changed around? Will that make grounding better? Grounding is one of the most difficult subjects to understand in the code. When you get through with this class, you'll be shocked to find out what you didn't know.


Seminar Material
Please bring your 1999 NEC Code book and a calculator. Work material will be supplied by the Instructor.


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INSTRUCTOR
Your Instructor is ED STUBBS. Electrical Inspector from the City of Atlanta.


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