When it comes to NEC training, there are almost as many different providers as there are letters on the pages within the Code. What makes one provider stand out compared to the other options? What do they offer that attracts people to come listen to them teach about the NEC? As a former continuing education provider myself, I knew why they were there (because they are required to be), but why did they choose me over my fellow providers? What is it that you look for when you choose your NEC training? What does the training need to look like and most importantly, what's in it for you?