Provider Name: Jerry G. Rhoades
Address: p o Box 812 Valentine, NE 69201
Phone Number: (402) 376-4202
Website: http://www.nebraskacodeclasses.com

Course Summary

Chapter 5 Special Occupancies 2017 NEC Day 2

Review Chapter 5 Articles including Hazardous locations and Occupancies. Pre-Approved through NE SED as # 18-152-007 on 01/18/18

Day 2 is a 4 hour course (10/13-$65), a continuation of Day 1 (10/12-8 hours-$115) and provides 4 hours separately or combines with Day 1 for a total of 12 hours. You will receive 2 certificates if you attend both days. Pricing will be arranged through Jerry G Rhoades, paid to MPCC. Call for details 402-376-4202.

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Format: Classroom
Hours: 4.00
Price: $65.00

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Agency Approval

Agency Approval Course Number Expiration
Nebraska State Electrical Division 18-152-010 12/31/2018

Instructors

Jerry G Rhoades

Instructor Number 18-152. Jerry G Rhoades is Licensed as an Electrical Contractor in both Nebraska and South Dakota. Jerry has been involved in the Electrical field since 1973, attended SCC-Milford '75-'76 and graduated with an AA in Electrical Technology. Rhoades Electric was formed in 1978 and training is currently provided by the I.A.E.I. as an Inspector General membership card holder. Jerry is currently employed as a State of Nebraska Electrical Inspector and provides continuing education across the State of Nebraska during off-duty hours. You may reach him by calling 402-376-4202, e-mail at jgr_valentine@yahoo.com and view class schedules at www.nebraskacodeclasses.com, also.

Reviews

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By Douglas Sturgeon on October, 16 2018

Jerry did a great job of explaining common problems that are often overlooked by many people. He added some practical knowledge as if relates to the National Electrical Code and also explained the role a Fire Marshall has when it comes to classifying buildings and how this affects how wiring should be done. He also did a great job of explaining the code changes and answered many questions.