Provider Name: Little Rock Electrical Jatc
Address: 7402 S University Little Rock, AR 72209
Phone Number: (501) 565-0768

Course Summary

Significant Changes to the 2017 NEC

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Format: Classroom
Hours: 8.00
Price: Varies

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Agency Approval Course Number Expiration
Arkansas Board of Electrical Examiners 1538 12/31/2023


Glenn Curry

Glenn A. Curry is an Apprenticeship Program Advisor at the Arkansas Department of Career Education and Skills Development. He oversees and monitors the training and attendance of apprentices in over 45 programs in the state of Arkansas. His duties also include developing new apprenticeship programs, student recruitment, and auditing of the records of the programs. He has re-developed the database used in tracking apprentice training.
Mr. Curry was the first field electrical inspector for the State of Arkansas at the Arkansas Department of Labor. In the eleven (11) years as a field inspector, his duties included performing inspections on residential, commercial, and industrial installations to verify code compliance and assuring that persons performing electrical work in the State of Arkansas are licensed as required by law. He also does fire inspections in conjunction with the Arkansas State Marshal. One of the hardest duties was when he was called on at times to investigate deaths caused by electricity.
Currently, Mr. Curry teaches at the Little Rock Electrical Joint Apprenticeship School on a part-time basis. He is the OSHA 10 hour and 30-hour instructor. Mr. Curry teaches journeyman courses for the local and developed a basic motor control course for these classes. Other courses he has developed are a condensed version of the NEC changes, Electrical Safety for the Non-Electrician Maintenance Person, Code and Electrical Safety for Carnival Ride Inspectors, and many special targeted presentations on electrical safety and code.
He has been an approved continuing education instructor for both the State of Arkansas and the International Association of Electrical Inspectors. Glenn served as a training officer, medical officer, and safety officer for the volunteer fire department he was a member of.
Previous positions held by Mr. Curry in his over 30 years in the electrical industry include journeyman electrician, Forman, General Foreman, and Superintendent on many construction projects. These projects include residential, commercial (both large and small), educational facilities, auto manufacturing plants, and nuclear, steam and gas power generation plants.
He spent five years in fiberglass manufacturing facility as a lead electrician, safety inspector, and fire brigade member.
Glenn has been involved in many originations including the International Association of Electrical Inspectors, Code officials of Arkansas. He is very active in raising funds for charity organizations, such as Special Olympics, The Southern Christian Home (a Christian based private children's home) and Sheep Dog Impact Assistance the premier group that helps Police, Fire, rescue and military persons (the Sheep Dogs of the public) injured in the line of duty.


I have spent over 30 years in the electrical trade working all over the country as an electrician in many different kinds of construction phases. I also spent 5 years as a maintenance person in a 30 year-old manufacturing facility. I served a four-year apprentice-ship through IBEW. In 2000 I went to work for the Arkansas Department of Labor in the Electrical Division as an electrical inspector. As an inspector I have received an untold amount of training on the National Electrical Code. I now advise over 90 apprenticeship programs in the state. I am a Master training trainer.



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