Learn the significant changes in the 2017 NEC Code that relate to load calculations, review Ohm's Law and related concepts, and study the different types of load calculations in single-family and two-family dwelling structures.
COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES
- Introduce students to the significant changes in the 2017 NEC Code as they relate to load calculations.
- Review Ohm’s Law and related concepts.
- Teach students the different types of load calculations in single-family and two-family dwelling structures.
This course is approved in the following states:
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BLUEVOLT CEU: HOW IT WORKS
- Find a course that meets your license renewal requirements and enroll. Review the list of course approvals and find the state or states that you need. Check your profile to be sure the license states and license numbers are correct.
- To complete the course: enroll in the course, launch and complete all required modules, and satisfy the seat time requirement, if any.
- When you complete the course and pay, we'll issue a Completion Certificate for each state that accepts the course and that you have a license for in your BlueVolt profile.
- For the states that allow it, we'll report your completion directly. Reporting happens the first business day of the week following the completion. Rush reporting is available.
ABOUT SEAT TIME
- If the course has a seat time requirement, that means that the state requires you to spend a certain amount of time with the material.
- How seat time is tracked: Fifty minutes of seat time equals one credit hour. The clock runs as long as you're actively engaged in the course. After 10 minutes of inactivity (no clicking), the clock stops and you're logged out of the course.
- If you zip through the material before you've satisfied the seat time requirement, open the optional Review Module and spend time revisiting modules of your choosing.
- You can see your seat time status under the progress bar on the course Outline tab.
- One more thing: you don't have to sit; you just have to keep working on the course.