Provider Name: Electrical Education Inc.
Address: PO Box 4194 Omaha, 68104
Phone Number: (402) 630-4702

Course Summary

grounding and bonding

Provide a theory and application understanding of the rules and requirements of NEC article 250
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Format: Classroom
Hours: 6.00
Price: Varies

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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 18-036-172 12/31/2018
Nebraska State Electrical Division 19-036-567 12/31/2019

Instructors

Fred J Bender

Bachelor General Studies, University Nebraska Omaha 12-23-1978, ICBO-IAEI Certified electrical inspector - 1993 to present, Past President and current vice president IAEI Nebraska chapter, Approved continuing education provider for electrical in NE, IA, SD, MN, and WI, Journeyman electrician NE

Work experience: Jan 2018 to present - Electrical inspector contracted to City of Council Bluffs IA for Google project, Nov 2015 to 2017 - NEC and grounding expert for Northern Natural Gas Co, - March 2009 to October 2015 - journeyman electrician LeBron Electric, Jan 2005 to March 2009 - NEC expert for UPRR Corp., Nov 1992 to Sept 2004 - Electriclal inspector City of Omaha, March 1993 to present - Continuing education provider in NE and IA part time, Jan 1984 to Mat 1988 - MCC electrical apprentice instructor.

Reviews

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By Thomas Shotkoski on 10/27/2018

Great Instructor. Knows what he is talking about.

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By Dennis Tortorilla on 10/17/2018

Always enjoy Fred's style of teaching and learned valuable information to use in everyday work situations.

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By Jonathan Gomon on 10/15/2018

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By Dennis Bender on 10/15/2018

EXELLENT CLASS AS USUAL FROM FRED

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By Glenn Cummings Jr on 10/14/2018

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By Byron Head on 10/14/2018

Thank you for the site.

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By Mark Mendick on 10/09/2018

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By Thomas Oneill on 10/08/2018