2014 NEC Changes Courses Approved

JADE Learning now offers the new 2014 NEC Changes courses nationwide. Courses are available online at http://www.Jade1.com at any time.

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“I liked the narrative associated with each question explaining the difference in the new Code.”-R. Hester

Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) February 28, 2014

JADE Learning is pleased to offer new 2014 NEC Changes courses that are approved and available for electrical continuing education in states including Alaska, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Maine, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, and more.
Learn about major changes to the Code including:

  •     Code Wide: Raise in maximum voltage levels from 600 V to 1000 V.
  •     210.8(A)(7): GFCI protection for sinks in kitchens. Within 6 ft. of the outside edge of the sink.
  •     210.52(G): At least one receptacle outlet required for each car space in a garage.
  •     406.4(D): Replacement AFCI and GFCI receptacles must be installed in a readily accessible location.
  •     422.5: GFCI protection devices for appliances must be readily accessible.

Check out electrical continuing education state approvals to see which states have approved the 2014 NEC Changes course and start earning electrical CE on the new code today! http://www.jade1.com/jadecc/Electrical_Continuing_Education_Map.php.

After signing up for the new 2014 NEC Changes course, provide feedback or ask an instructor a question through JADE Learning’s See What Others are Saying System. We strive to provide excellent continuing education courses, and student feedback is always welcomed. After answering a question, read what other students have said about the topic. This feature is a great way to clarify a correct answer and to make sure each Code change is fully understood.

If you read a student and instructor exchange and still have a question, then you can always submit your question to get an explanation from the instructor. Simply click on the blue button that reads, “Question or Comment?”

Learn from easily accessible electrical continuing education courses and understand the changes to the 2014 National Electrical Code (NEC). The See What Others are Saying System means that NEC expert help is just a click away.

As always, registration is free and JADE Learning courses are set up as Pay Only After You Pass. This means there is no cost to start a course; payment is only required when a course is finished. Log on now to start the new 2014 NEC Changes course! Available any time, online at http://www.Jade1.com.

Note. Because of state continuing education course requirements, the See What Others are Saying System is not active in Washington courses.


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