Tampa, Florida (PRWEB)
May 16, 2017
RedVector, the leader in eLearning and performance support solutions for the architecture, engineering, construction (AEC), industrial and facility management industries, has released 2017 NEC training to help professionals in the electrical design, installation and maintenance fields understand significant electrical code changes with clarity and speed.
First published in the late 1800s by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), The NEC is now updated every three years in order to set standards for the safe installation of electrical wiring and equipment. NEC is not itself a U.S. law but it’s frequently mandated by state or local governing bodies.
New RedVector National Electrical Code training covers five new 2017 articles, some of which reflect the substantial growth in renewable power technology (Energy Storage Systems, Direct Current Microgrids, etc.). New and revised requirements for equipment installation, labeling, certification and working space are also discussed. Additional video training models are in development and are expected to release this summer providing comprehensive 2017 NEC change coverage.
“In our video training courses, our team of electrical experts interpret and provide real-world explanations of the most significant changes made to the NEC, rather than simply recite the new code,” said RedVector Product Director Bobby Person. “This provides great clarity and helps electrical professionals get ahead of the curve. When professionals don’t understand the NEC, problems can escalate from a failed inspection to a major liability that puts lives and property at risk.”
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