PDU: 2014 NEC Changes Class in Denver, Colorado
Date(s) – Saturday, August 15, 2015
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
IECRM Denver Campus
Sign up now for our PDU: 2014 NEC Changes class at IECRM in Denver, Colorado. This is a 1-day, 8-hour Saturday class that will help you understand the newest changes to the 2014 NEC Code.
About this Class
This class …
- Will bring you up to speed on the 2014 NEC material that you will be tested on in your upcoming 2015 Continuing Competency Assessment.
- 28% of the exam will cover code changes!
- May save you money in the long-run, by helping you pass this year’s code section of the CC Assessment, and prevent you from being assigned another code changes PDU to complete.
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), there were 3745 proposals submitted to NFPA recommending changes for the 2014 NEC. In addition to these proposals, there were 1625 comments submitted concerning the NEC Code-Making Panels’ responses to these proposals. Some of the more noteworthy changes that occurred in the 2014 edition of the NEC.
- Revision: 600 Volts to 1000 Volts Threshold
- New Articles
- Article 393 Low Voltage Suspended Ceiling Power Distribution
- Article 646 Modular Data Centers
- Article 728 Fire Resistive Cable Systems
- Article 750 Energy Management Systems
- Definition of Readily Accessible
- Capable of being reached quickly for operation, renewal or inspection without requiring those concerned to use a tool, to climb over, remove obstacle or other.
- 210.8 GFCI Protection for Dwelling Unit Laundry Areas and Commercial Garages
- Dwelling unit laundry areas will now require GFCI protection for all 125-volt,single-phase, 15- and 20 amp receptacles in laundry rooms
- GFCI protection required for all 125 volt single phase 15 and 20 ampere receptacles installed in all commercial, non dwelling unit garages, service bays and similar areas.
- Not only garages where electrical diagnostic equipment electrical hand tools, or portable lighting equipment are to be used.
- 210.8(D) GFCI for Kitchen Dishwasher Branch Circuit.
- GFCI protection shall be provided for outlets that supply dishwashers installed in dwelling units. This includes receptacles and hardwired (All GFCI’s must be readily accessible).
And many more…
About the Instructor
Teaching this class is Rich Castellano, who has taught at IECRM for 13 years. You may know Rich from attending our acclaimed 6-week License Test Prep class.
NOTE: All purchased book(s) will be distributed on the first day of class!
- OPTIONAL: 2014 NEC Code Book
- OPTIONAL: 2014 NEC Changes Book
- OPTIONAL: Optional TABS for Code Book – pictured to the right!
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