|Agency Approval||Course Number||Expiration|
|Arkansas Board of Electrical Examiners||1578||12/31/2023|
I have worked in the electrical trade for over 30 yrs. in various commercial, residential and industrial electrical projects. My work includes employment in power plants, the semi-conductor industry, installing wind turbines and many other electrical projects. Since 2013, I have been an online electrical continuing education instructor specializing in NEC Code Change Courses. Currently hold a master electrician’s license in Maine and New Hampshire.
Courses I am the instructor for: NEC 2017, 2020 Code Changes Course
New Hampshire: 11761M
2013 to Present
Instructor, All Star Training, Inc.
From 8/11 to 10/11
JMS Wind Energy
For S.O.S. Staffing
From 7/2009 to 7/2011
Pyramid Electrical and Instrumentation
329 East I-20 Suite B
Odessa, Texas 79766
I worked on building new compressor stations and natural gas processing facilities.
From 10/2008 to 5/2009
Electrical Enterprises LTD
George Town, Grand Cayman
I worked on various commercial projects as a foreman/supervisor.
3/2009 to 7/2008
US Trades LLC.
8604 Allisonville Rd. Suite 207
Indianapolis, IN. 46250
Electrical construction on Maritimes Northeast Pipeline Project with Bluewater Construction and Ardent Services.
5/2007 to 11/ 2007
P&M Electric CO. LTD
PO Box HM 1852
Hamilton, Bermuda. HM HX
All phases of commercial and industrial installations, hotels, retail and insurance offices.
10/2005 to 11/2006
Professional Electrical Contractors of CT. Inc.
100 Access Rd.
Jack Ryan, Project manager
All phases of electrical construction including, Target, Wal Mart, and Lowes stores. Whole Foods and Stop n Shop.
4 year apprenticeship program with the IBEW and NJATC program.
Bi-yearly code updates.
Professional and personal references will be furnished upon request.
Was an effective course
Everything went fine except 1or 2 courses. I believe one time I’m working on article 310 to 330 and it jump to article 404 at that time. Lost PDF article but anyway it was very helpful