GIRARD ENGINEERING SEMINARS

SEMINAR PROGRAMS

SEMINARS INFORMATION AS APPROVED BY THE ALASKA DEPARTMENTS OF COMMERCE AND LABOR ( 8 AAC 90.192 ) FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT. MAY ALSO BE USED FOR PE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOURS.

Program: ( AK 9649 ) 2011 NEC UPDATES - 8 HOURS

8:00 AM to to5:00 PM total of 8 hrs (continuing ed hrs)

You may buy a copy of the "Analysis of Changes" used in this program: updates use Power Point Slides and supporting videos of the current NEC. Review Article 90 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Branch circuit and feeder loads Chapter 3 Conductor derating; Demonstrate and calculate taps Chapter 4 Lighting branch circuit loading Chapter 5 Motor overload/circuit protection; Chapters 6, 7, & 8 Target Audience: apprentices, wiremen, journeymen, contractors, and administrators Instruction Objectives: class is designed to inform or refresh apprentices, wiremen, journeymen, contractors, & administrators on the current NEC; provides 8 hrs credit for licensing requirements.

Program: ( AK 9704 ) 2011 NEC UPDATES - HOME STUDY - 8 HOURS

HOME STUDY total of 8 hrs (continuing ed hrs)

You may buy a copy of the "Analysis of Changes". After studying the Changes and the 2005 NEC and sucessfully completing (80%) 100 written questions, you will receive a certificate of completion. Target Audience: apprentices, wiremen, journeymen, contractors, and administrators Instruction Objectives: class is designed to inform or refresh apprentices, wiremen, journeymen, contractors, & administrators on the current NEC; provides 8 hrs credit for licensing requirements.

Program: ( AK 9650 ) 2011 NEC REVIEW AND UPDATES - 16 HOURS

2 days 8:00 AM to to5:00 PM total of 16 hrs (continuing ed hrs)

You may buy a copy of the "Analysis of Changes" used in this program: updates use Power Point Slides and supporting videos of the current NEC. DAY ONE: Review Article 90 Chapter 1 Calculate branch circuit and feeder loads Chapter 2 Calculate conductor derating; Demonstrate and calculate taps; Calculate lighting branch circuit loading Chapter 3 Calc. motor overload/circuit protection; Calculate multiple motor circuit DAY TWO Chapter 4 Demonstrate lighting layout and circuit loading; Analyze heating equipment Exercises in motor circuit ratings, loads, and overcurrent protection Exercises in transformer rating and overcurrent protection Chapter 5 Definations of classified locations; Layout of health care wiring Chapter 6 Connections of systems furniture; Rules for elevator, computer rooms, pools, spas, & hot tubs installations Chapter 7 Emergency systems; Low voltage wiring Chapter 8 Work on communications systems Chapter 9 Exercises on using the tables Target Audience: apprentices, wiremen, journeymen, contractors, and administrators Instruction Objectives: class is designed to provide a complete review of the current NEC for apprentices, wiremen, journeymen, contractors, & administrators; provides 16 hrs credit for licensing requirements.

Program: ( AK 9705 ) 2011 NEC REVIEW AND UPDATES - HOME STUDY - 16 HOURS

16 hrs (continuing ed hrs)

You are given a copy of the "Analysis of Changes". After studying the Changes and the 2005 NEC and sucessfully completing (80%) 200 written questions, you will receive a certificate of completion. Target Audience: apprentices, wiremen, journeymen, contractors, and administrators Instruction Objectives: class is designed to inform or refresh apprentices, wiremen, journeymen, contractors, & administrators on the current NEC; provides 8 hrs credit for licensing requirements.

Program: ( AK 9651) 2011 NEC MATH

8:00 AM to to5:00 PM total of 8 hrs (continuing ed hrs)

Brief description of program: using slides, view graphs, supporting videos, current NEC. Ohms Law and how it was derived - exercise in using Ohm's Law Inductance and Reactance - Computing XL and XC Voltage drop calculations Computing of conduit and box fill Computing conductor derating and branch circuit loads Diversity and Demand factors Computing panel board loads and feeder loads Residential and Commercial load calculation Target Audience: apprentices, wiremen, journeymen, contractors, and administrators Instruction Objectives: class is designed to inform or refresh apprentices, wiremen, journeymen, contractors, & administrators on how to make electrical calculation conforming to the current NEC; provides 8 hrs credit for licensing requirements.

Program: ( AK 9652) 2011 NEC GROUNDING

8:00 AM to to5:00 PM total of 8 hrs (continuing ed hrs)

Brief description of tentative program An eight hour class based on the IAEI SOARES BOOK ON GROUNDING using the prepared Powerpoint slide program. 07:30 Check in and registration 08:00 Introduction Introduction of participants Class outline Location of rest rooms No smoking Breaks 08:15 Review Article 90 Chapter 1 - General Chapter 2 - To Ground or Not to Ground Chapter 3 - Grounding Electrical Systems Chapter 4 - Grounding Electrical Services 10:00 Break 10:15 Chapter 5 - Service and Main Bonding Jumpers Chapter 6 - Grounding Electrodes Chapter 7 - Grounding Electrode Conductors Chapter 8 - Bonding Enclosures and Equipment 12:00 Lunch 13:00 Chapter 9 - Equipment Grounding Conductors Chapter 10 - Enclosure and Equipment Grounding Chapter 11 - Clearing Ground Faults and Short Circuits Chapter 12 - Grounding Separately Derived Systems 15:00 Break 15:15 Chapter 13 - Grounding at More Than One Building Chapter 14 - Ground Fault Circuit-Interrupters Chapter 15 - Equipment Ground-Fault Protection Systems Chapter 16 - Special Location Grounding and Bonding Chapter 17 - Over 600 Volt Systems 17:00 Pass out certificates and dismiss Program and Instruction Objectives: This class is designed to electricians, contractors, and administrators to the National Electrical Code requirements for grounding and to provide eight (8) hours credit for licensing requirements.

Program: ( AK 7995 ) REVIEW OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL SAFETY CODE

Brief description: using slides, view graphs, supporting videos, class work on current NESC. Part 1 - Rules for the Installation/Maintenance of Electrical Supply Stations & Equipment Definitions Working clearances Part 2 - Safety Rules for Installation/Maintenance of Overhead Electric Supply & Comm Exercises in figuring clearances Discussion of grades of construction Part 3- Safety Rules for Installation/Maintenance of Undergrnd Electric Supply & Comm Part 4 - Rules for the Operation of Electric Supply & Communications Lines and Equipment Quiz Target Audience: linemen, contractors, and administrators Instruction Objectives: class is designed to update linemen, contractors, administrators to the NESC; provides 8 hrs credit for licensing

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