148 Sheraton Drive
New Cumberland, PA 17070
This four-day program is a comprehensive review of Chapters 34-43 of the International Residential Code. It includes examples, exercises and case studies designed to illustrate daily practices performed by a Residential Electrical Inspector or Plans Examiner. Material includes a review of how the UCC amends certain provisions of the IRC, especially with regard to residential alterations and exclusions.
Basic electricity concepts are introduced along with common electrical terms and materials plus an overview of basic wiring and protection is presented. The relationship between the electrical provisions of the IRC and the NEC are discussed. Building permit issuance is discussed with an emphasis placed on the most important issues to be addressed and resolve during the review process.
Interactive learning will be implemented through conducting virtual inspections. A checklist of critical issues associated with electrical installations will also be developed. Emphasis will be placed on addressing electrical system installation issues that should be resolved at the permit application stage of the project.
- General electrical requirements
- Residential services
- Branch circuits and feeders
- Wiring methods
- Bonding and Grounding
- Power and lighting distribution
- Devices and luminaries
- Appliance installation
- Swimming pools, spas and hot tubs
- Power-limited circuits
- The Pennsylvania Housing Research Center
The 2009 International Residential Code (IRC) and a standard calculator are required.
8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Registration
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Instruction time
$395 (Training materials, continental breakfast, and lunch included)
24 continuing education credit hours awarded.