National Electrical Code Update Courses
All State of Michigan licensed Journey and Master electricians are required to take a State of Michigan approved electrical code update course, within a year after the Michigan Electrical Code is updated. In order to learn the new code, several State approved update courses have been created for electricians.
Code Update 15 hour Course:
This course is offered in various locations throughout Michigan by several State approved instructors. This course only includes explanation of changes to the National Electrical Code (NEC), the Michigan Residential Code (MRC), and Part 8 Rules of the Construction Code Act. Handout material is provided, however, the participant must provide a personal copy of the National Electrical Code and a calculator. The course includes code practice at finding answers to common wiring questions. Some classes are offered as four sessions 3¾ hours each or as two full-day sessions of 7½ hours each. For course schedule, cost, and registration information please call 888-817-8895. The course is also approved for 1.5 Continuing Educations Units (CEUs).
Michigan Electrical Code Review:
This is a 30 hour course consisting of ten 3-hour sessions offered one session per week. The course is offered in various locations throughout Michigan by several State approved instructors. Covered are the changes to the National Electrical Code (NEC), the Michigan Residential Code (MRC), and Part 8 Rules of the Construction Code Act. The course also covers the Electrical Administrative Act. This is an excellent course in learning to use the National Electrical Code and the Michigan Residential Code. The course is designed for apprentice electricians, licensed electricians, inspectors, and engineers. It is an excellent course for journey and master license exam preparation. The course covers the entire National Electrical Code and includes homework to help the participant find answers and work problems commonly encountered in everyday wiring. For course schedule, cost, and registration information please call 888-817-8895. The course is approved for 3.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). This is also an approved course for those who are required to take a course in fundamentals and Code for the State license retake examination. Electrical inspectors who attend all sessions can receive credit for hours of instruction required under Public Act 54.
Online Electrical Apprenticeship and Training:
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Information and Updates:
For general information, schedule of upcoming classes or notification of class offerings, please contact:.
Instructor, Master Electrician
524 S. Shaw Lane
114 Farrall Hall
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1323