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Electricity: National Electrical Code, Volume Two

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64 to 128 minutes
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Standard Definition
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IE Desktop
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MasteryNet Player
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Convenience Learning International
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Cengage Learning
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The second volume of the National Electrical Code focuses more indepth on Articles 90, 100, and 110; giving specific examples of Code language to lets learners gain practical insights into the way words and word combinations are used throughout the NECĀ®. The student then learns to use the table of contents for quick and efficient navigation through this document. Specific tools are provided to locate, understand, and interprete Code rules.

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  • Install on any SCORM LMS
  • Rich multimedia presentation with interactions and quiz
  • Print certificate and wallet card
  • You have 60 days to complete the course

Training for anyone working within the electrical industry; including students, apprentices, and master electricians.

The course presents the following topical areas:
  • Overview of Articles 90,100 and 110
    • Three-part Foundation
    • Article 90
    • Intended use of Code
    • Mandatory Rules
    • Permissive Rules
    • Explanatory Material
    • Article 100
    • Code Language
    • Article 110
  • Helpful Tools and Tables
    • Tools in the Code
    • Table of Contents
    • Index
    • Annex D
    • Helpful Tables in Chapter 2
    • Helpful Tables in Chapter 3
    • Helpful Tables in Chapter 4
    • Helpful Tables in Chapter 9
    • Annex C
    • Chapter 9, Table 8
Intended Performance Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course you will be better prepared to:
  • Discuss the Code books three part orientation.
  • Know what is and what is not covered in the Code.
  • Understand the difference between mandatory rules and permissive rules.
  • Find definitions of works and phrases found in two or more articles.
  • Explain general requirements for the installation of conductors and equipment.
  • Know how to practically apply the different sections of the Code
  • Use the index and table of contents to find articles, parts, and sections.
  • Reference Annex D for help with calculations.
  • Locate key tables in the Code book.
  • Reference key tables in chapter 9 and Annex C.
  • Describe and distinguish between the different tools in the Code book.
  • Know how a conductor's ampacity interrelates with other factors.

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