Provider Name: Mike Miller Instructional Services
Address: 6331 Maclaren Ave NE Otsego, MN 55301
Phone Number: (605) 880-1619

Course Summary

You Be The Inspector Part 1

Here’s a class that lets you step into the place of the electrical inspector and deal with electrical installations that may be in need some expertise to evaluate their worthiness or situations

that pose a good question. The class is based on the 2017 NEC. This is a great learning opportunity for everyone from the seasoned contractor to the first-year apprentice.

The class is four hours long, and classified as “CODE CEU’s.

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Format: Classroom
Hours: 4.00
Price: Varies

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Agency Approval

Agency Approval Course Number Expiration
Nebraska State Electrical Division 18-175-057 12/31/2018


Mike Miller

Mike Miller is the retired president of Miller Electric, Inc. in Watertown SD. His electrical career started as an apprentice in 1971. Looking for a change, he and his wife, Marilyn, started their company in 1978. Miller Electric, Inc. is an electrical contracting firm specializing in industrial, commercial, and residential wiring. Mike has a current Electrical Inspectors License as well a North Dakota Master Electrician License.

Mike was born and raised in Watertown and graduated from Watertown High School in 1969. He attended South Dakota State University for two years and then joined the National Guard where he was commissioned a second lieutenant He spent 10 years in the National Guard and was the commander of the Flandreau SD unit at the time of his departure from the military. In 1999, Mike was elected the first president of the Brookings-Watertown - SDEC Chapter. He served five years in that position. Most recently he served two years as the president of the State Board of Directors.

Recognizing the importance of training his own employees, he extrapolated this effort to a point that developed into a passion for teaching. For the past 19 years he has traveled the highways of South Dakota providing new courses annually on the National Electrical Code. Many electricians across the midwest have enjoyed his presentations for continuing education credits.

Mike and Marilyn have 4 children (Michelle, Rick, Jason, and Angela) and 7 grandchildren He is also a retired religious education instructor for Holy Name Catholic Church in Watertown and had been for 30 years.

His spare time is spent doing carpentry work and spoiling his grandchildren.


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