BICSI offers 3-part virtual course on interpreting the National Electrical Code (NEC)

Attendees will earn 6 BICSI Continuing Education Credits (CECs) upon attending the full session and completing any required discussions and class activities.

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On June 10, June 17 and June 24, 2019 from 6 PM to 8 PM Eastern time, BICSI will present its latest online course, entitled Cracking the Code: Interpreting the National Electrical Code (NEC).

The 3-part workshop will cover how the NEC is structured, what sections are specific to telecommunications systems and equipment, and how to apply those requirements to real-world conditions. The course presenter will be Craig Duntion, RCDD, OSP, NTS, Training Delivery Specialist for BICSI.

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Dunton has 48 years of ICT design and hands-on installation experience, including enterprise and college and hospital campuses, telephone company operations, the Military Ocean Terminal in Bayonne NJ (MOTBY), outside plant, central office switching, PBX switching, and project management experience. "He started the first telephone company at a college in the United States," notes his BICSI bio.

Why attend this course? ICT professionals who need a greater knowledge of codes and safety will gain greater insight to the NEC, which will help them to safeguard people and property. After the course, attendees will be able to locate and interpret information in the NEC. The training is offered via the GoToTraining platform, which requires an Internet-enabled device and an Internet connection.

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The course is a total of 6 hours. It is divided into three 2-hour sessions, with one session occurring each Monday from 6 PM to 8 PM Eastern time starting on June 10, 2019. Attendees will earn 6 BICSI Continuing Education Credits (CECs) upon attending the full session and completing any required discussions and class activities.

Learn more and register.

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