NEC (2017) Significant Changes Training in Ohio

Blog Post created by mwearley Employee on Oct 27, 2017


If you are in the Buckeye state, and if you use the NEC®, and if you are wondering “What’s new and different in the 2017 edition?”, then you need to attend our upcoming one day   NEC (2017) Significant Changes 1-day Classroom Training.  This program is being offered to coincide with the State of Ohio’s adoption of the 2017 edition of the NEC that becomes effective on November 1st. Taught by NFPA’s (and Ohio’s) own Tim McClintock, this one day program will take you through the significant changes in the 2017 edition of the National Electrical Code, including a review of five new articles and revised requirements addressing industry trends in new technology including delivery and generation of electric power.  Two classes are scheduled for this November in Columbus and Fairlawn.  Don’t wait to sign up for this class as seats are limited.  As a professional doing business in the State of Ohio as a Facility Manager, Contractor, Installer or Designer, it is great way to learn about the changes. For state licensed contractors, earn .8 CEUs (8 hours) towards your annual renewal requirements. CEUs will also be offered for other licensures.  (please verify applicability with your professional board or organization).