Provider Name: Arne Electric Tech - Steve Arne
Address: 320 E Blvd North Rapid City, 57701
Phone Number: (605) 342-9088

Course Summary


Course: 2017 NEC Grounding vs. Bonding, 8 hour, 1-day programSchedule: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. each day; sign-in starts at 7:30 a.m. Format: Lecture format using Power Point slides and in-class discussion over Mike Holt’s Grounding vs. Bonding book, changes made to this edition. Optional Book: “Grounding vs. Bonding” By: Mike Holt Textbook 2017 NEC National Electrical Code Instructor 1: Steve Arne: Certified Technical Educator, Licensed Electrical Contractor, Master Electrician, Licensed Electrical Inspector Instructor 2: Jeff Larus, Master Electrician, Licensed Electrical Inspector Objectives: Provide a review of important Code requirements and information on Grounding vs Bonding. Course Outline: Part I. General Part II. System Grounding and Bonding Part III. Grounding Electrode System and Grounding Part IV. Grounding Enclosure, Raceway, and Service Cable Connections Part V. Bonding Part VI. Equipment Grounding and Equipment Grounding ConductorsPart VII: Methods of Equipment Grounding
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Format: Classroom
Hours: 8.00
Price: $190.00

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Agency Approval Course Number Expiration
Nebraska State Electrical Division 19-009-351 12/31/2019


Steve Arne


Instructor’s Name: Steve Arne Phone # (605) 342-9088

Instructor’s Address: PO Box 2272, Rapid City, SD 57709

o SD Inspector License EI 172 – SD Electrical Contractor # EC 1131 – Rapid City Master Electrician License; SD Credentialed Technical Education; Authorized OSHA Construction Outreach Trainer.

o BS Technical Ed, MS Admin Studies, taught apprenticeship 12 years, taught at Western Dakota Technical Institute – Industrial Electrician Program for 19 years. Technical Editorial Director for Mike Holt Enterprises – NEC Code text books/training programs.

o Steve has worked in various positions in the electrical industry since 1974, including electrician, electrical contractor, and full-time instructor and department chair in technical post-secondary education. Steve is licensed in SD as an Electrical Contractor, Master Electrician, and Electrical Inspector.

o Steve now provides electrical continuing education Code Classes and Exam Prep Classes, and has recently added a full-time day-time entry level training program for Apprentice Electricians. He has served as State Board Member of the SD Electrical Commission as well as the SD Electrical Council.


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