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|Agency Approval||Course Number||Expiration|
|Arkansas Board of Electrical Examiners||1582||12/31/2023|
Brian House is a high-energy entrepreneur with a passion for doing business the right way. He’s a licensed electrical contractor, and worked in varying aspects of electrical contracting throughout the southeast United States since the 1990s. From single family homes to industrial manufacturing he’s enjoyed everything from service work to designing energy-efficient lighting retrofits, exploring “green” biomass generators, and partnering with residential PV companies. Brian has first-hand experience with the ups and downs of electrical contracting and a vision for its future. He expresses his commitment to the industry and his love for its people whether he’s teaching, or working on books or instructional programs.
Since 2000 Brian has enjoyed teaching at seminars and apprenticeship classes. In 2010 he joined the Mike Holt video teams, and in 2014 joined the Mike Holt Enterprises staff as the technical director. He is still actively involved in developing in-house electrical apprenticeship programs, and continues to teach nationally for Mike Holt Enterprises on a variety of topics including Code Changes, Grounding vs. Bonding, Exam Preparation and How to Be a Great Instructor.
Brian and his wife Carissa have shared the joy of their four children and many foster children during 18 years of marriage. When not mentoring youth at work or church, he can be found racing mountain bikes with his kids or fly fishing on Florida’s Intracoastal Waterway. Passionate about helping others, he regularly engages with the youth of the local community to motivate them into exploring their future.
Jim Rogers has over 45 years of experience in the electrical profession. He is a licensed Journeyman and Master Electrician, a nationally certified Electrical Inspector, and is an Associate Electrical Engineer. Jim has managed the Massachusetts Electrical Board, and serves on both state and national Code committees. In addition, he has over 44 years of experience in the fire service and currently holds the rank of Assistant Chief, as well as serving as the department investigator and Team Leader for the County Fire Investigation Team. Jim currently teaches for the International Association of Electrical Inspectors and the National Fire Protection Association, and has previously taught for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, as well as an Adjunct Professor at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology in Boston. Jim’s experience: Private investigator, conducting electrical and fire code inspections and forensic investigations, Electrical inspector in the Town of Oak Bluffs, former Executive Director Massachusetts Sate Electrical Board, Chairman of National Electrical Code CMP 4 representing IAEI, member of NFPA 303 Committee on Boatyards and Marinas, member UL STP committees on 1703, Solar PV Panels, 1741 Inverters, 1072, Medium Voltage Cables, 1053 Ground Fault Sensing and Relaying Equipment, 1699 Arc Fault, 1973 Batteries, 3741 PV Hazard Control, 6703 PV Connectors, member Massachusetts Electrical Code Advisory Committee, member IAEI International Board of Directors. Bachelor’s degree in Fire Science, Master Electrician, Associates Degree in Electrical Engineering, Assistant Fire Chief, Town or Tisbury, Certified Electrical Inspector, Certified Fire Investigator and Certified Fire Inspector. Instructor of electrical codes and standards for NFPA and IAEI. Member of IAEI, IBEW, NFPA and IAAI
Mike has taught over 1,000 classes on over 40 different electrical related subjects to over 20,000 students. He is committed to the electrical industry and is recognized as one of America’s most knowledgeable and dynamic Electrical Educators. He has touched the lives of many thousands with his dynamic and animated teaching style, which is relaxed, direct and fun. Perhaps Mike’s best quality is his ability to motivate his students to become successful. Mike draws on his experience to help him develop training programs that the electrician understands and enjoys. His extensive use of illustration in all of his training programs makes learning fun. His ability to take the intimidation out of learning is reflected in the success rate of his students. His development of educational products that are interesting as well as technically correct has brought his name to become synonymous with quality education. His dedication to electrical training is the result of his own struggles as an electrician looking for a program that would help him succeed in this challenging industry.
Mike Holt is a well-respected author and developer of software, books and video training programs. He has developed nearly 50 different electrical home-study training and business management programs which have been in use since 1978 by electrical apprenticeship training programs, contractors, inspectors, electricians, engineers and plant personnel. Mike has worked his way up the trade from Apprentice Electrician, Journeyman Electrician, Master Electrician, Electrical Inspector, Electrical Contractor, Electrical Designer and developer of training programs for the electrical industry. He was formerly a contributing Editor to Electrical Construction and Maintenance Magazine (EC&M) and Construction Editor to Electrical Design and Installation Magazine (EDI). His articles have been seen in CEE News, Electrical Contractor (EC) International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI News), The Electrical Distributor (TED) and Power Quality Magazine (PQ).
Mike has devoted his career to studying and understanding the National Electrical Code. His research and background has not only made Mike an expert, but it has earned him the respect of his peers. Mike teaches seminars throughout the United States and abroad, for individuals, organizations such as NECA, IAEI, IBEW and ICBO, and Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Boeing, Motorola, and AT&T. He has been an active member of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors, National Board of Electrical Examiners, National Fire Protection Association, National Association of Licensing Boards, Florida Association of Electrical Contractors, and the Electrical Council of Florida. Mike Attended the University of Miami’s Masters in Business Administration, MBA program.
Mike's courses are approved in over 32 states for online and home-study courses, and approved for live classes in over 18 states