Provider Name: Omaha Joint Elec Apprenticeship & Training
Address: 8960 L Street, Suite 200 Omaha, NE 68127
Phone Number: (402) 331-3103

Course Summary

SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO THE NEC

-  Inform electrical contractors, electricians, maintenance personnel, inspectors, engineers, and system designers of the most significant revisions and new requirements in the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC). The coverage of each change provides readers with an authoritative review by providing insight and detailed information about the reasons for the changes and how these changes impact the industry, daily work, and business operations. 
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Format: Classroom
Hours: 18.00
Price: $55.00

Customer Reviews

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Course Schedule

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Course Schedule

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Agency Approval

Agency Approval Course Number Expiration
Nebraska State Electrical Division 18-008-205 12/31/2018

Instructors

Todd Crisman

Todd has been teaching Continuing Education classes since 2003. He graduated from the Inside program at the Omaha Joint Electrical Apprenticeship and Training in 2001.

Reviews

5.0/5

By Bryan Spicer on December, 29 2018

This course was very informative and I have to say that I always look forward to reviewing and learning the various changes to the NEC. Not only because it is directly related to my career but I also like to compare the previous information to the new information myself so I can get a first hand view. Great course.

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By Craig Waddell on December, 27 2018

Enjoyed the information & class thoroughly.

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By Alan Barnes on December, 26 2018

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By Matt Gobar on December, 26 2018

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By Timothy Kotrous on December, 26 2018

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By Rodney Moore Jr on December, 26 2018

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By Joseph Baughman on December, 12 2018

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By Justin Jensen on December, 11 2018

My instructor Todd, was extreamly knowledgable, and kept us interested. Facilities were spotless and inviting. Well done local 22!

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By John Mcmahon on December, 11 2018

The course was well organized and professionally taught.

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By Timothy Velasquez on December, 07 2018

FINE

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By Trent Wolford on December, 06 2018

I really enjoyed the course.

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By Ryan Jacobsen on December, 05 2018

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By Neal Needham on December, 05 2018

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By Adam Oleson on December, 05 2018

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By Robert Pojar Jr on December, 05 2018

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By Severin Michalski on December, 05 2018

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By Matthew Wolbach on December, 05 2018

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By Ted Pruitt Jr on November, 11 2018

The course material was helpful and specific. The instructor was knowledgeable and well prepared. I think the sign in sheet should have a column for additional licenses or some clearer way to determine if the electrician needs 12 or 18 hours. Those needing only 12 should be able to get their certificates upon completion of their hours and not have to wait until the entire class has completed. Thank you to all involved for organizing and putting on these CEU courses.

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By Laurie Mazur on October, 29 2018

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By Chad Coy on October, 26 2018

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By Daniel Huse on October, 25 2018

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By Dallas Hall on October, 25 2018

1 to 5 (one being the lowest) location - 5 class - 5 teacher - 5 emergency response team - 6 cost - 5 will I do it again - yes do I recommend this class - yes thanks

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By Todd Kraaz on October, 24 2018

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By Mike Modra on October, 24 2018

Very good class. I would definitely recommend.

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By Richard Vaughn on October, 24 2018

the instructor was very informative and well spoken. he made the class interesting not boring.

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By Keith Rudeen on October, 24 2018

Instructor had difficult time with loud techs in back of room - but he was GREAT

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By Thomas Kroh on October, 15 2018

Excellent instructor. Very knowledgeable and gets the information across.

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By Joseph Conrad on September, 17 2018

Karla is a rock star. Her help turned up some potential issues that could save a lot of trouble for others down the line. Thank you Karla for all your hard work.