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Course Summary

2017 NEC Code Changes - Part Ii

Enroll now in the easiest, most convenient course on the 2017 NEC to renew your electrical license. This 8-hour Part 2 course covers the NEC changes that weren't covered in the separate Part 1 (Significant Changes) course.To learn all the changes in one course, see the Comprehensive courses.

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Format: Online
Hours: 8.00
Price: Varies

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Agency Approval Course Number Expiration
Arkansas Board of Electrical Examiners 1471 12/31/2023


Palmer Hickman

Palmer Hickman is the Director of Safety and Code Training and Curriculum Development for the Electrical Training Alliance in Washington, DC. The Electrical Training Alliance is the training arm of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA). He also serves as a Director of Codes and Standards for the IBEW. In this capacity, he represents the IBEW on the National Electrical Code (NEC) Technical Correlating Committee (TCC), Code Panels 1 and 20 of the NEC®, and on the Technical Committees for NFPA 70E®, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, and NFPA 70B®, Recommended Practice for Electrical Equipment Maintenance. In addition to his Codes and Standards responsibilities, he is an OSHA Construction Industry Master Instructor as well as an OSHA authorized Outreach Trainer for both Construction and General Industry. He is twenty-eight year member of the IBEW with additional memberships including IAEI, NFPA, IEEE, NETA, and the UL Electrical Council. In addition to completion of the IBEW/NECA/NJATC apprenticeship, his educational background includes a B.A. in Labor Safety and Health.



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Coarse is informative of changes. I intend to use it next time.