This course includes a one-hour class focusing on NFPA 70E, featuring an Arc Flash Awareness video; also covered are NEC’s Chapter 2 Articles 210 and 215 2017 NEC code changes, Electricians Administrative Rules of the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 73, Electricians Occupations Code Chapter 1305.
Our team has put a lot of effort into creating informative and interesting content for our classes. Instead of having to stare at the screen and read along, our fully narrated class-format allows you the freedom to just listen along to the material. There are no testing requirements, and we report results within 24 hours of your completion (usually the same day). These features alone put us head and shoulders above the competition, but it gets better – if this is your first experience with Altus, try our “Enroll Now Pay Later Option” mentioned above. Our Web Site is the simplest and most user-friendly site in the market. However, should you have any questions or problems, we are here for you, live and in-person, from 8:00 A.M. – 10:00 P.M, 7-Days a week.
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The course was highly informative and accommodating with my schedule. I learned lots of new stuff I was previously unaware of. It’s an ideal course to get the required education. Props to your team!
This is undoubtedly the best continuing education course I have ever taken. Engaging and valuable content. I’ve been working as an electrical contractor for 12 years and was surprised to learn about many things I didn’t know. I’d recommend all electricians try this. Great stuff!