Mark Hilbert teaches grounding and bonding - in your office or your living room

Blog Post created by seanryan Employee on Nov 14, 2014

Hilbert,%20Mark%20PhotoMark Hilbert is one of our senior instructors who travels the world teaching seminars on the National Electrical Code and other electrical topics. If you've been lucky enough to attend one of Mark's seminars, you know that he is a unique instructor with a wealth of code knowledge and a lifetime of applying the NEC. Mark has trained people all over the Middle East, the Caribbean and in almost every state in the union. In October, Mark actually pulled off one of his most amazing electrical seminars yet. In one day, he taught in 24 different states, 3 different provinces in Canada and Dubai. So either Mark Hilbert is a magician, owns a teleportation device or has another way of travelling around the globe in one day. 

The answer to the first two assumptions is no but the answer to the 3rd assumption is that NFPA hosted a live web broadcast where Mark taught hundreds of people from all over the world.  

Mark will host a new seminar on December 9th and 10th via the Internet and the  session will review the major points of grounding and bonding in the 2014 edition of the National Electrical Code. This is your chance to earn CEUs without having to leave your office or your home.

This 8-hour event split over 2 days is designed for the busy installers, contractors, supervisors, engineers and other electrical staff who don't have the time or budget to travel for training.

In addition to the presentation this interactive session will include the following exercises:

  • Determine minimum sizes for and other requirements for grounding electrode conductors and bonding jumpers for grounding electrode systems.
  • Determine minimum sizes for and other requirements for grounded service conductors.
  • Identify separately derived systems and determine sizes of system bonding jumpers and grounding electrode conductors for separately derived systems.
  • Identify elements of a service installation by their defined names.
  • Determine minimum sizes for equipment grounding conductors and bonding jumpers. Differentiate between supply-side and load-side bonding requirements

Invite Mark Hilbert into your office or your living room on December 9th and 10th and join hundreds of students from all over the world to learn about the NEC. Click here to register