Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) August 09, 2012
For a new low price of $35, electricians looking for secure and reputable Texas electrical continuing education can register for free and complete an approved 4-hour course for Texas electrical license renewal. Licensed electricians can get the required hours on National Electrical Code changes, Texas laws and rules, and electrical safety all in one easy-to-use course. JADE Learning reports hours to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) every business day. Rush next-day reporting is always free.
“We are excited to offer our newly approved Texas electrical continuing education courses at this low price. Our courses are delivered with reliable service that customers have come to trust. I don’t think you’ll find a better course experience at this price,” notes David Burtt, JADE Learning President. An electrician can take courses from JADE Learning as many times as needed to pass and still pay only once. With JADE Learning, anyone can view Texas electrical continuing education courses, register for free, or view a live demo of any course.
JADE Learning has a wide range of approved courses to meet electrical CEU needs. All courses include content on NEC changes, Texas Laws and Rules, an Electrical Safety as required by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. Courses offered at the new low price include: Commercial and Industrial Wiring Part 1 (TDLR approved course number 9003), Commercial and Industrial Wiring Part 2 (TDLR approved course number 9004), Electrical Safety Now NFPA70E 2012 (TDLR approved course number 9005), Installing Services (TDLR approved course number 9002), and Introduction to Photovoltaic Systems (TDLR approved course number 9008).
The Commercial and Industrial courses are designed to highlight 2011 NEC changes that apply to commercial and industrial electricians. “For example, there was a major change in NEC section 410.130(G)(1) for fluorescent luminaire disconnecting means,” imparts Mr. Burtt. “For existing installed luminaires without disconnecting means, at the time a ballast is replaced, a disconnecting means shall be installed.” The Electrical Safety Now course includes important updates to the 2012 NFPA 70E. “Individual control for lockout/tagout is no longer permitted,” he continues. “That is one of a dozen updates to the new electrical safety standard a Texas licensed electrician can learn in this course.” The course Introduction to Photovoltaic Systems is a good place for an electrician to get the basics on photovoltaic installation services and market opportunities. Courses on Grounding and Bonding according to the 2011 NEC and other topics that relate to residential electricians and commercial electricians alike are available to meet the four-hour requirements for Texas electrical continuing education.
Since 1991, JADE Learning has been a national provider of electrical code and electrical safety continuing education. In Texas, JADE Learning is approved provider #1020. Electricians from states other than Texas can find approved CE courses in their state with JADE Learning. View more information about JADE Learning and electrical continuing education or electrical license renewal requirements at http://www.Jade1.com.