JULY-AUGUST
2020
The Electrical Distributor of Choice
capitalelectriceducation.com
10% Discount for 3 or more attendees from the same company
Registration on the last page or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
NFPA70 NEC code book available for purchase for only $89.00
NEW *VIRTUAL* COURSES NOW AVAILABLE! SEE PAGE 20!
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COVID-19 Response – Precautions for In-Person Training Events
We recognize the importance of training and education, and we know many of you are eager to return to the classroom. Still, the safety and
wellbeing of our customers and associates remains our top priority.
As we resume our in-person education classes starting in July, we want you to know that Capital Electric is committed to protecting your
health and providing a safe learning environment. We will continue to adhere to federal, state, and local government guidance regarding
public health.
We are also implementing the following safety precautions at all of our in-person classes:
Hand Sanitizer and Face Masks provided to all attendees and staff;
Limiting classroom capacity to 50% to allow for adequate physical distancing;
Food and beverages will be served in individual containers or individually wrapped to minimize exposure;
Elevated cleaning and sanitizing of our training venues, especially door handles, restrooms, and other high traffic areas
We ask that you help us protect the health of your fellow students attendees and staff when attending classes by wearing a face mask or
covering, routinely washing hands or using hand sanitizer, and maintaining distance between yourself and others.
If you have a cough, fever, or feel sick, or if you have recently been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19, we ask that you do
NOT attend class that day. Please contact us as soon as possible, and we will work with you to reschedule you for a class at a later date or
make other arrangements.
Capital Electric will continue to monitor this situation and evaluate our actions to help keep our associates and customers safe. We
appreciate your understanding and support during this time, and we look forward to seeing you in the near future!
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to us by phone at 301-909-6511 or by email at
events@capitalelectriceducation.com. Thank you!
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Table of contents
TRAINING
ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTORS......................................................................................................................................................... 4
TESTIMONIALS
.................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
LIGHTING SUMMIT
........................................................................................................................................................................... 6
FACTORY OF THE FUTURE
........................................................................................................................................................... 8
GENERAC POWER FOR PROFITS (Multiple Locations in MD, VA, PA, NC & SC)
........................................................10
SNELL LEVEL 1 INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY COURSE (Hagerstown, MD & Durham, NC)
...................................12
PREP CLASSES
40 Hour Journeyman’s Prep Course (Upper Marlboro, MD)
................................................................... 14
Fundamentals of Electrical Work (Upper Marlboro, MD)
........................................................................ 16
Master Prep (Upper Marlboro, MD)
......................................................................................................... 18
SAFETY CLASSES
Arc Flash & Electrical Safety NFPA 70E (Multiple Locations in MD*, VA, PA, NC, SC & GA)
.................. 20
NEC CODE CLASSES
2020 NEC Analysis of Changes (Multiple Locations in MD* & PA)
......................................................... 22
Transformer Installation Course (Multiple Locations in MD, VA & PA)*
................................................... 24
Grounding and Bonding Seminar (Multiple Locations in MD, VA & PA)*
................................................ 26
Transformer Installation Course (Multiple Locations in NC)*.
.................................................................. 28
The NEC Today (Multiple Locations in NC)*
............................................................................................ 30
Grounding and Bonding (Multiple Locations in NC)*
.............................................................................. 32
Residential Wiring Course (Durham, NC)*
............................................................................................... 34
Installation and Inspection of Services Course (Durham, NC)*.
.............................................................. 35
REGISTRATION FORM
...................................................................................................................................................................39
*Continuing Education Credits Available
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About Our Instructors
Don A. Hursey retired as Durham City/County Senior Electrical Inspector after 33 years of service. He is a licensed electrical contractor for North
Carolina. He received the “Instructor of the Year” Award in 2004 from the NC Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors, and in 2008 he received
the North Carolina “Electrical Inspector of the Year” Award from the NC Chapter of the IAEI. Mr. Hursey is a member of the North Carolina Ellis Cannady
Chapter of IAEI Education Committee and NFPA 72 Committee. He is also the North Carolina State Fair Electrical Apprenticeship Contest Judge. Mr.
Hursey is also an instructor for NFPA, UL, and the Southeastern OSHA Training Institute Education Center.
Classes Taught: Transformer Installation Course, Electrical Safety Essentials, Residential Wiring Course, Installation and Inspection of Services
Course, Grounding and Bonding, The NEC Today
John F. Mayan, PE, CESCP is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in DC, DE, MD, and VA, as well as a licensed Master Electrician in DE and
MD. With nearly 40 years of experience in the industry, Mr. Mayan is a Senior Electrical Engineer with RMF Engineering in Baltimore, where he is
responsible for power systems engineering projects ranging from high voltage transmission systems to low voltage distribution and utilization. Mr.
Mayan is also an NFPA Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional (CESCP), and he holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from
Rochester Institute of Technology.
Class Taught: Arc Flash Safety
Wayne H. Robinson is a retired Chief Electrical Inspector and former supervisor for the Electrical Engineering Department in Prince George’s
County, Maryland. He holds multiple International Code Council Certifications for Electrical Inspections and Plan review. Wayne is a Master Electrician
in Maryland and the District of Columbia, and has instructed numerous NEC Code courses over the past 30+ years at local community colleges, trade
organizations and local governments.
He holds multiple US patents on grounding devices and has published books on Electrical Calculations, Illustrated Guide for Electricians and Inspectors,
Grounding, Motor Calculations and Swimming Pool Bonding. Wayne is a current member of National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), International
Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI) and the Maryland Uniformed Electrical Licensing and Examination Committee (MUELEC).
Classes Taught: Master Electrician Prep Course, 40 Hour Journeyman’s Prep Course, Fundamentals of Electrical Work, Transformer Installation
Course, Grounding and Bonding Seminar, NEC Analysis of Changes
Michael V. Robinson is a licensed Master Electrician in Maryland and the District of Columbia and site superintendent for a large electrical contractor
in the D.C. Metropolitan Area. He is currently responsible for the code compliant installation of a 1.3 million square foot electrical renovation project and
50+ electricians. In addition, Michael teaches both Journeyman Prep and Master Prep classes at Capital Electric.
Beginning in the trade in 1999, Michael is a 2011 graduate and salutatorian of the Local 26 IBEW Apprenticeship. He also has a B.A. from the University of
Maryland at College Park. Michael resides in Prince Frederick, Maryland, is married to wife, Kristin and has two young sons, Brooks and Wade.
Classes Taught: Master Electrician Prep Course, 40 Hour Journeyman’s Prep Course, Fundamentals of Electrical Work, Transformer Installation
Course
Robert A. “Bob” Preston, LC, IES is an Energy & Lighting Specialist with the Energy Solutions Group for Capital Electric. Bob is Lighting
Certified by the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions (NCQLP) and is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society of
North America (IES). He has been with Capital Electric for 30 years in a variety of roles including electronics and test & measurement and has been
specializing in lighting since 2006.
Bob supports energy efficient lighting activities throughout Capital Electric. He also coordinates utility incentive programs for the sales team and their
customers, with particular focus on western MD and Pennsylvania. Over the last ten years, Bob has spearheaded educational lighting seminars across
all of Capital Electric’s market area. Hundreds of customers and employees have attended these award-winning events which have focused on the
latest advancements in energy efficient lighting technology. Bob specializes in the more technical aspects of lighting applications, particularly in the
rapidly developing LED marketplace.
Class Taught: Lighting Technology Update Seminars
William “Bill” O’Connell, LC, LEED AP is a Regional Specification Sales Manager for Eaton’s Lighting Division, formerly known as Cooper
Lighting. In addition to responsibility for sales of specification lighting products, Bill also serves as a technical resource for Eaton’s rep agencies, as
well as lighting designers, engineering firms, specifiers, and end users, educating them on new lighting products and technologies.
Bill has more than 20 years of experience in the lighting industry. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Optics from the Rose-Hulman
Institute of Technology along with a minor in Computer Science and a German Technical Translators Certificate. Bill began his career with OSRAM
SYLVANIA in 1994 as an Optical Engineer designing optical systems for car headlamps, tail lamps and turn signals. After transferring to OSRAM
SYLVANIAs general lighting division, Bill was awarded two patents, one technical and one design, for the design of SYLVANIAs SPL optical system which
shapes a halogen PAR lamp’s light to provide a more even, high quality distribution across a broad area.
Class Taught: Lighting Technology Update Seminars
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TESTIMONIALS
What attendees are saying...
“This course gives you
fantastic insight into the world
of transformers”
K. Kutter – Prospect, KY
Transformer
Installation
with Mike Robinson
Generac Power for Profits
with Dominic Graziano
“Good course, learned a lot and the
instructor was very knowledgeable
about the course”
D. Mclain – Bridgewater, VA
Snell Level 1 –Thermographic
Applications Infrared
Training Course
“Not your normal boring
course, come for a challenge to
learn a new skill.”
H. Luppold – Lorton, VA
John Mayan Arc Flash &
Electrical Safety
“Helps to better understand
the reasoning behind Arc
Flash Calcs and Surveys.”
D. Austinson – Sterling, VA
NEC Today
with Don Hursey
“Don is an amazing
instructor and presents
the subject matter in an
engaging manner.”
T. Fowler – Raleigh, NC
Analysis of Changes
with Wayne Robinson
“Good Experience, Mr.
Robinson is a wealth of
knowledge on the code.”
J. Brower – Leesburg, VA
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TUES 9.15 YORK, PA
Four Points Sheraton York
WEDS 9.16 BALTIMORE, MD
Capital Electric Baltimore Training Facility
TUES 9.22 UPPER MARLBORO, MD
Capital Electric Upper Marlboro Training Facility
WEDS 9.23 FAIRFAX, VA
Falls Church Marriott Fairview Park
THUR 9.24 HAGERSTOWN, MD
Ramada Hagerstown
TUES 9.29 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA
Holiday Inn Virginia Beach / Norfolk Hotel and
Conference Center
WEDS 9.30 RICHMOND, VA
Courtyard Marriott Richmond North Glen Allen
THUR 10.01 CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA
Hilton Garden Inn Charlottesville
TUES 10.20 CHARLESTON, SC
CECA Training Facility Technical Parkway
WEDS 10.21 COLUMBIA, SC
Hilton Garden Inn Columbia Harbison
THUR 10.22 DURHAM, NC
Capital Electric Durham Training Facility
2020
LIGHTING
SUMMIT
Lighting Controls and LED
9AM - 3PM | $99
Capital Electric’s 2020 Lighting Summit is the lighting education event of the
year and this has been a year unlike any other. The COVID-19 coronavirus
has shown a spotlight on Ultraviolet “light” to combat this deadly pandemic.
We will have a timely discussion of this effective technology including safety
and deployment. And then, our emphasis will be on Lighting Controls. The
use of controls enhances energy savings, improves performance, expands
the capabilities of LED lighting, and is increasingly required by energy code.
However, fear and the challenges in selecting, installing, commissioning, and
using controls effectively have been a roadblock to widespread adoption. We
will fight the fear starting with lighting controls basics and following into more
advanced controls and applications. Our goal is to help you get comfortable
with Lighting Controls. If you’ve been fearful, this is a not-to-be-missed event!
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
INSTRUCTORS
VENDORS
Bob Preston Bill O’Connell
Sylvania | Cooper Lighting | Lithonia/Acuity | Lutron
RAB | Signify/Philips | Progress | Wattstopper
*Participating vendors may vary by location
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9 AM –
3 PM
2020 LIGHTING SUMMIT
9 AM –
10 AM
THE BATTLE AGAINST COVID-19:
UV “LIGHT” IN THE FIGHT
The deadly SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus pandemic has sparked renewed interest in the use of
Ultraviolet (UV) radiant energy to combat viruses. We will examine UV, what it is, and how
it works. We’ll detail its effectiveness as a germicide, typical applications, technologies
for UV delivery, and its safe use, including risks of exposure to UV. In the age of the
coronavirus, there has not been a timelier presentation.
10:10 AM –
11:30 AM
LIGHTING CONTROLS BASICS:
LET’S GET STARTED
If you are among the many who think lighting controls are too complicated to use and
costly to acquire, this presentation is right up your alley. The proven energy savings of LED
lighting is amplified with the use of controls. Their importance is undeniable. However,
widespread adoption has been slowed by fear and perceptions of complexity in specifying,
installation, and use. We’ll try to take the mystery out of lighting controls by starting with
the basics. Terms and definitions, types, common applications, and the impact of energy
codes are among the subjects we will cover in this segment.
TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE:
Terms and definitions
Energy Savings potential
Influence of Codes
Wired vs. Wireless
Dimming Controls for LED
Occupancy/Vacancy sensors
PIR or Dual Technology (Microphonic, Ultrasonic)
Embedded Sensors
Data Logging
Typical/Common applications
11:30 AM –
1 PM
LUNCH AND VENDOR SHOW
Enjoy lunch and an expanded vendor show featuring displays and representatives from
many of the key lighting manufacturers showcasing their latest products and technology in
LED lighting and controls.
1 PM –
3 PM
PUTTING LIGHTING CONTROLS TO WORK:
BEYOND THE BASICS
Now that you’ve decided to include controls in your LED installation, what might that
mean? In this presentation we’ll get into the details on subjects that will definitely be part
of our future in lighting. We will examine daylighting strategies, color temperature control,
whole building integrated systems, data collection and use, and commissioning your
controls for effective use and benefit. Like LED lighting itself, the main reason for using
controls are the energy savings. However, they now also offer many exciting, new ways to
get the best use of our working and living spaces.
TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE:
Design Considerations
Sensor placement and installation
Exterior Controls
Tunable White/Color Control
Daylight Harvesting
Commissioning
Data collection
Whole Building Integrated Systems
Challenges (Interoperability, Compatibility, etc.)
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Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Chesapeake Conference Center
Chesapeake, VA
Wednesday, October 7, 2020
Dewey Gottwald Center
Richmond, VA
Thursday, September 24, 2020
Hotel Madison
Harrisonburg, VA
dates and locations
10:00 am - 3:00 pm each day
let our on staff app
engineers work with you to
find industrial solutions
VMI
Production Improvement
Less or reduced down time
Cost Cutting
Process Savings
solution services
Digital Solutions
Energy Solutions Group
Tools Safety & Fasteners
Automation and Control
on site value services
Pre-Register and receive a Yeti
Tumbler at show check-in!
come and see these key vendors
FACTORY OF
THE FUTURE
Featuring Schneider ecostruxure, Augmented operator advisor, and IOT
join us for food, prize drawings, and to see
capital electric’s new industrial focus
To register see the last page
of this catalog or visit
capitalelectricsupply.com/FOTF
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AUTOMATION SOLUTIONS:
Design Engineering Services including System Control Panel Design, PLC Soware
Development, and Machine Safety Audit, just to name a few.
ON-SITE ENGINEERING SERVICES:
VFD commission, Trouble Shoong, PLC Programming assistance, Start up, & Technical
Training…
REPAIR SERVICE:
AC & DC Motors Servo Motors Industrial Electronic Hydraulics & Pneumacs
and much more. Extended warranty, fast turnaround, and free evaluaon on all
items….
TRAINING & PRODUCT DEMONSTRATION:
In house and on-site training to include CEC credits. We develop and build working
models for your unique applicaon to ensure form, t and funcon prior to installaon.
TECH SUPPORT HOTLINE (800) 220-8221:
Speak directly to an engineer with any technical quesons about any product or
manufacturer.
VENDOR MANAGED INVENTORY (VMI):
Store room and job site inventory management detailed consumpon reporng &
trends – Storage Containers, Bins & Job Boxes.
DIGITAL SOLUTIONS:
Order online, anyme using capitalelectricsupply.com or download the app. Our digital
soluon includes working with ARIBA, Jagger, and SAP (Punchout or Portal Based).
KITTING & ASSEMBLY:
Improve producvity with our cost-eecve specialty king and assembly services.
QUALITY & COMPLIANCE:
Commied to fullling your requirements, our trained associates work directly with the
manufacturer to facilitate and manage quality and compliance documentaon.
• Sensors
• Control Devices
• Motor Starters
So Starts
• Drives
• PLC’s
• HMI’s
Soware
Moon Controls
• RFID Systems
• Wireless Radios
• Control Panel Devices
We oer Technical Support and Applicaons on the following:
INDUSTRIAL
Automaon & Control
O
ur team of sales, engineering and technical support strive to solve your most
dicult problems each and every day. We cover all aspects from Automaon
trouble shoong, design applicaons, soware, and programming to MRO materials
supply chain, Vendor Managed Inventory and all things in between.
Here are some of the services we provide -
• Machine Safety
Applicaons
• Specialty Products
• EcoStruxure Building,
Plant & Machine
AOA & IoT
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Generac Power for Profits
Training for Contractors
Grow your business by learning how to size, sell, and install 10kW - 150kW standby generators.
Do you have any technicians
who need training on:
The market for residential
generators
The Generac Residential and
Commercial Generator product
offering and the new developments
in the line
How to determine what size of
generator is appropriate
Understanding load shedding
Understanding back-up options
Understanding transfer switch
connections
Understanding possible issues
Then, you should have them attend
Generac Power for Profits
Generators offer a tremendous sales
and margin opportunity, and an ongoing
service revenue source for your
business. Knowing the current offering
of generators is the first step to ensuring
an ongoing service relationship with
your customer.
The course is facilitated by Generac factory
trainers. It is ideal for your technicians
new to generator sales or those
technicians that need updating on
the current product offerings or features.
The course specifically reviews:
• Residential and Commercial Market Overview
• Generators 10kW – 150kw
• Protector Series Diesel Generators
• Back Up Options
Transfer Switch Connections
• Site Preparation
• Fuel Considerations
• Generator Connections
• Operational Tests & Final Steps
Sizing the Generator:
NEC 220, Part IV
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
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Session 1.0—Residential (10-22 kW) 8:00 am - 12:00 pm • Lunch Provided
Focus on homes • How to size • Air cooled generators
Session 2.0—Commercial (22-150 kW) 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm • Lunch Provided
Small to mid-sized businesses • Liquid cooled generators
The participant will receive various support & take-away materials including
a Learner’s Guide, Sizing Guide, and Free On-Line Training Access.
The cost of this class is only $139!
10% discount when 3 or more employees from the same company attend!
TUESDAY • JULY 07, 2020
Charlottesville, VA Hilton Garden Inn Charlottesville
WEDNESDAY • JULY 08, 2020
Richmond, VA • Courtyard Marriott Richmond North Glen Allen
THURSDAY • JULY 09, 2020
Chesapeake, VA • Capital Chesapeake Training Facility
TUESDAY • JULY 14, 2020
Fredericksburg, VA Hilton Garden Inn Fredericksburg
WEDNESDAY • JULY 15, 2020
Durham, NC • Capital Durham Training Facility
TUESDAY • JULY 21, 2020
Salisbury, MD • Courtyard by Marriott Salisbury
THURSDAY • JULY 23, 2020
Hagerstown, MD • Capital Hagerstown Training Facility
TUESDAY • JULY 28, 2020
Manassas, VA Holiday Inn Manassas Battlefield
THURSDAY • JULY 30, 2020
Charleston, SC • CECA (Charleston Electrical
Contractors Assoc.) Training Facility
THURSDAY • AUGUST 06, 2020
York, PA • Capital York Training Facility
TUESDAY • AUGUST 11, 2020
Baltimore, MD • Capital Baltimore Training Facility
WEDNESDAY • AUGUST 19, 2020
Upper Marlboro, MD • Capital Upper Marlboro Training Facility
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LEVEL 1 – THERMOGRAPHIC APPLICATIONS
INFRARED TRAINING COURSE
Tuesday, August 11 to
Friday, August 14, 2020
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hagerstown, MD
Capital Electric Hagerstown Training Facility
4 Day/32-hour Certification Course
Price: $1895 per attendee
Tuesday, September 17 to
Friday, September 20, 2019
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
LEVEL 1 – THERMOGRAPHIC APPLICATIONS
INFRARED TRAINING COURSE
Sponsored by Capital Electric
A 32-hour class
covering the theory and
applications of infrared
thermography in the
preventive maintenance,
quality assurance,
condition monitoring and
nondestructive testing of
materials fields. This class
focuses on qualitative
thermography and how
to collect data and follow
proven and published
inspection procedures.
Upon completion students
will be able to capture clear thermograms and make basic
inferences and diagnosis.
Level 1 material includes infrared theory, heat transfer
concepts, operation of thermal imaging equipment
and specific recommendations on how to make quality
thermal images that are clear, concise and easy to
interpret. Students are challenged daily with hands on
demonstrations, experiments and inspection situations
similar to those they will experience in their work.
Students leave Snell training ready to put this amazing
technology to work.
This course fully meets the educational requirements for
certification in accordance with Recommended Practice
No. SNT-TC-1A, as defined by the American Society for
Nondestructive Testing.
An overview of the most common applications include:
Electrical distribution systems
Mechanical systems
Steam systems
Refractories
Underground piping
Active thermography
Building envelopes
Low-slope roofs
Nondestructive testing of materials
Students learn the basic inspection techniques based on
accepted industry and international inspection procedures.
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED
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the right to cancel or postpone these events at any time at its sole discretion.
THERMOGRAPHIC APPLICATIONS FOR
PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE
SPACE IS LIMITED!
PLEASE REGISTER ON THE BACK OF THIS
PAGE OR AT CAPITALELECTRICEDUCATION.
COM AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIENCE TO
GUARANTEE A SEAT IN THE COURSE.
Capital Electric Chesapeake
1122 Executive Blvd, STE B
Chesapeake, VA 23320
4 Day/32-hour Certification Course
Price: $1895 per attendee
Continuing education credits & units / CEU’s are available
from the following organizations
capitalelectriceducation.com
Tuesday, August 25 to
Friday, August 28, 2020
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Durham, NC
Captial Electric Durham Training Facility
LEARN THERMOGRAPHIC
APPLICATIONS FOR
PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE!
This course fully meets the educational
requirements for certification in accordance
with Recommended Practice No. SNT-TC-
1A, as defined by the American Society for
Nondestructive Testing.
Continuing education credits & units / CEU’s are available
from the following organizations
Students learn the basic inspection
techniques based on accepted
industry and international
inspection procedures.
Two Dates/Locations Available!
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An overview of the most common applications include:
• Electrical distribution systems
• Mechanical systems
• Steam systems
• Refractories
• Underground piping
A 32-hour class covering the theory and applications of infrared thermography in the preventive
maintenance, quality assurance, condition monitoring and nondestructive testing of materials fields.
This class focuses on qualitative thermography and how to collect data and follow proven and published
inspection procedures.
Upon completion students will be able to capture clear thermograms and make basic inferences and
diagnosis. Level 1 material includes infrared theory, heat transfer concepts, operation of thermal
imaging equipment and specific recommendations on how to make quality thermal images that are
clear, concise and easy to interpret. Students are challenged daily with hands on demonstrations,
experiments and inspection situations similar to those they will experience in their work. Students
leave Snell training ready to put this amazing technology to work.
SPACE IS LIMITED!
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
• Active thermography
• Building envelopes
• Low-slope roofs
• Nondestructive testing of materials
COVERED IN THIS COURSE:
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If you answered YES to any of these questions, then this class is for YOU!
August 25 -
October 8, 2020
Tuesdays and Thursdays
4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Upper Marlboro, MD
Capital Electric Upper Marlboro
Training Facility
ATTENTION
ELECTRICIANS!
$549 ea. with a $50 discount if registered & paid prior to Aug. 11.
(10% discount for 3 or more employees from the same company)
Included with registration: The Illustrated Guide for Electricians
and Inspectors (based on the 2017 NEC).
Are you currently a
helper electrician or an
electrical apprentice/
trainee, seeking to
become a Journeyman
Electrician?
Do you want to
grow your career
opportunities
in the electrical
contracting
industry?
Are you
preparing
to take the
Journeyman
licensing exam
in the next few
months?
Do you want
to become
a licensed
Journeyman for
electrical work
in your local
jurisdiction?
Do you have at
least 4 years
of experience
working in the
electrical trade?
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READY TO TAKE YOUR ELECTRICAL TRAINING AND
SKILL SET TO THE NEXT LEVEL?
LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS!
TO REGISTER, SEE THE LAST PAGE OF THIS
CATALOG OR VISIT CAPITALELECTRICEDUCATION.COM
I. Definitions; Requirements for Electrical
Installations
II. Grounded Conductors; Branch Circuits
III. Feeders; Outside Branch Circuits
IV. Services; Overcurrent Protection,
Taps, and Grounding
V. Grounding
VI. Wiring Methods
VII. Conductors for General Wiring
VIII. Cabinets, Cutout Boxes, and
Meter Enclosures
IX. Motors (Motors and
Transformers)
X. Auxiliary Gutters and Wireway
Calculations
XI. Transformers and Hazardous
Locations (NEC); Motor Fuel
Dispensing Facilities
XII. Health Care (NEC)
XIII. Emergency Systems, Legally Required
Standby Systems, and Optional Systems
XIV. Articles 725 and 760
XV. Swimming Pools
The following topics will
be covered in this 40-Hour
Journeyman’s Course:
This course is based on the 2017
National Electrical Code (NEC).
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Fundamentals of Electrical Work
Introduction to Basic Electrical Construction Concepts
Early Bird Pricing
(before Sept. 1, 2020): $399.00
(must register and pay by Sept. 1)
Volume Discount = 10% o
(3 or more in attendance from
the same company)
Standard Price
(after Sept. 1, 2020): $449.00
(any registrations/payments
after Sept. 1)
Fundamentals of Electrical Work: Introduction to
Basic Electrical Construction Concepts gives you
the core knowledge you need to work safely,
eectively and eciently in the electrical trade.
These concepts are what every electrical contractor
needs to succeed—and what your boss secretly
wishes you knew already.
Based on the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC),
this 5-week training program gives you skills and
knowledge to excel in entry-level positions. It also
provides a strong foundation for when you start
preparing for the journeyman’s exam.
Intro to Electrician’s Math
Intro to Ohm’s Law
Branch Circuits Basics
Switching and Receptacles
Grounding and Bonding Basics
Overcurrent Protection Basics
Single Phase systems
Introduction to Electrical Safety
Plans and Symbols
NEC Definitions
Wiring Methods
Conductor Properties
...and much more!
TOPICS INCLUDE
This course is taught by Master Electricians and industry experts Wayne Robinson
and Michael Robinson and is based on the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC)
September 14 - October 14, 2020
Mondays & Wednesdays, 4:30 – 7:30pm
Upper Marlboro, MD •
Capital Electric Upper Marlboro Training Facility
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
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1. Has your supervisor ever given you an assignment that you’re not comfortable
performing because you don’t understand it?
2. Do you want to know WHY you’re supposed to perform a particular task –
and WHY you need to do it a particular way?
3. Have you ever been handed a meter – without knowing what exactly to do with
it … or how to use it correctly and safely?
4. Are you uncomfortable being exposed to and working with electricity because
you’re not 100% certain about how to keep yourself (and others on the job site) safe?
5. Are you largely left to learn things on your own by listening and watching …
because your supervisor is too busy to spend much time teaching?
6. Do you have lots of questions about your job and working with electricity …
but no one to ask?
7. Are you confused and overwhelmed by code requirements? (You know they
exist … but you don’t know the details – or how to find what you need.)
The bottom line: Whenever you step up to do something new in your job, you’re
probably doing it wrong. Discover the right – and safe – way to do it during Fundamentals
of Electrical Work.
7 Signs You Need This Training
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Fundamentals of Electrical Work is designed specifically for people who are
newer to the electrical trade, including:
Electrical helpers, apprentices
and other electrical workers with
0-4 years of experience in electrical
construction with 0-4 years of
experience in electrical construction
Electricians who plan to someday
take the journeyman’s exam
Anyone who is interested in
becoming an electrician
Inside sales reps and switchgear
vendors who want to speak their
customers’ language
Project managers and other
non-electrician employees who
want a better understanding of
electrical construction
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Upper Marlboro, MD
Capital Electric Upper Marlboro Training Facility
October 20 -
December 17, 2020
Tuesdays and Thursdays
4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Taught by Master Electrician Wayne Robinson
ATTENTION
CURRENT
JOURNEYMAN
ELECTRICIANS:
Do you want to grow your career
opportunities in the electrical
contracting industry?
Are you currently a Journeyman
Electrician, seeking to become a
Master Electrician?
Do you have at least 6 years
of experience working in the
electrical trade?
Are you preparing to take the
Master Electrician licensing exam
in the next few months?
Do you want to become a
licensed contractor for electrical
work in your local jurisdiction?
If you answered YES to
any of these questions,
then this class is for YOU!
Save $60 if
registered and paid
before October 6!
$659 ea.
To register, see the last page
of this catalog or visit
capitalelectriceducation.com
Based on the
2017 National
Electric Code
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Anyone interested in becoming a licensed
Master Electrician or electrical contractor
WHO SHOULD TAKE
THIS COURSE?
Feeder and Service Calculations
Voltage Drop Calculations
Dwelling Occupancy Calculations
Multi-Family Calculations
Commercial Calculations
Transformers and Fire Pump
Calculations
And more
WHAT TOPICS ARE
COVERED IN THIS COURSE?
Planning to take the master electrician
licensing exam within the next few months
Have at least 6 years experience in
the electrical trade
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Arc Flash &
Electrical Safety
NFPA 70E
Participants will receive a copy of the
NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety
in the Workplace - a $76.00 value!
THIS COURSE QUALIFIES FOR 5 HOURS
TOWARDS CEUs IN MARYLAND!
Taught by John F. Mayan
Arc Flash & Electrical
Safety Course Agenda
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
Understand Arc Flash, The Causes And Effects
Learn What Enforcement Standards Apply
Understand How to Safely Interact With Electrical
Equipment
Learn What is Involved in the Arc Flash Analysis
Learn How to Bring a Facility Into Compliance With NFPA
70E
Investigate Ways to Reduce Arc Flash Hazards
Become Qualified in the Determination of Arc Flash and
Electric Shock Hazards by Demonstrating Proficiency
See How Power Systems Analysis Is Used To Develop The
Arc Flash Label
COST: $299 EA.
UPCOMING SESSIONS
TIME: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Tuesday, July 14th, 2020
ONLINE COURSE!
Tuesday, August 18, 2020
Upper Marlboro, MD
Capital Electric Upper Marlboro Training Facility
Monday, September 21, 2020
Durham, NC
Capital Electric Durham Training Facility
Friday, September 25, 2020
York, PA
Capital Electric York Training Facility
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Augusta, GA
Hilton Garden Inn Augusta
Wednesday, October 7, 2020
Charleston, SC
CECA Training Facility
Thursday, October 8, 2020
Columbia, SC
Hilton Garden Inn Columbia Harbison
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Virginia Beach, VA
Norfolk Hotel and Conference Center
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Baltimore, MD
Capital Electric Baltimore Training Facility
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Charlottesville, VA
Hilton Garden Inn Charlottesville
This one day course meets the
mandate of training as
prescribed in the NFPA 70E,
Chapter 1, Article 110.2.
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W
ith only an estimated 5 to 10 incidents happening in the U.S. every day, Arc Flashes may not be
common. But when they do happen…
The results are life-changing – and horrific. An Arc Flash incident can produce temperatures up to 35,000
degrees and can cause severe burns, hearing loss, lung damage, eye injuries...the list goes on.
That’s why there’s been an intense focus by OSHA and the NFPA on preventing them. In fact, studies
have shown that electrical injuries are likely to occur in cases where there were NFPA 70E violations.
So whether you’re an experienced electrical contractor or engineer or you’re newer to the industry –
chances are you’ve been closer to an Arc Flash disaster than you realize (even if you’ve never personally
been involved in an incident on the job).
ARC FLASH SAFETY FACTS
THERE ARE AN
ESTIMATED
30,000
ARC FLASH INCIDENTS
EVERY YEAR
2/3 OF ALL ELECTRICAL
INJURIES RESULT FROM
INAPPROPRIATE ACTION
OF A WORKER
5 TO 10 ARC
EXPLOSIONS OCCUR IN
ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT IN
THE U.S. EVERY DAY
TEMPERATURES
PRODUCED FROM AN
ARC FLASH CAN REACH
35,000°
FATAL BURNS
CAN OCCUR EVEN
SEVERAL FEET AWAY
FROM THE ARC
80% OF ELECTRICAL
WORKER FATALITIES
ARE DUE TO BURNS,
NOT SHOCK
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
Master the Skills You Need to Confidently Assess and Navigate Arc Flash
situations and Other Electrical Hazards in the Field.
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2020 NEC Analysis
of Changes
National Electrical
Code Seminar
This is a 2 Day Seminar* • $349 per person
8:00 AM - 2:30 PM each day (unless otherwise noted)
JULY 10 & 11, 2020
FRIDAY: 4 PM - 8 PM
SATURDAY: 8 AM - 2:30 PM
Greenbelt, MD
Hilton Garden Inn
Washington DC/Greenbelt
AUGUST 13 & 14, 2020
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
Cumberland, MD
Faireld Inn & Suites
by Marriott Cumberland
BASED ON THE NEW 2020 NEC!
Get up-to-date on the most essential changes
in the NEW 2020 NEC, taught by retired Chief
Electrical Inspector and industry expert,
Wayne H. Robinson*!
This updated course is based on the latest 2020
edition of the National Electrical Code (NEC). This
course qualies for 10 Credit Hours (5 for online
class) toward continuing education requirements in
the state of Delaware, the state of Maryland, and
the following MD counties: Cecil, Harford, Prince
George’s, Queen Anne, and Wicomico. NOTE:
The state of Virginia has NOT approved 2020 NEC
courses for continuing education.
Sponsored
by
Space is limited!
*York course is taught by Michael Robinson
OCTOBER 1 & 2, 2020**
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
York, PA
Capital Electric York
Training Facility
THIS COURSE QUALIFIES FOR 10
HOURS OF CEU CREDIT!
DECEMBER 7 & 8, 2020
MONDAY & TUESDAY
Baltimore, MD
Capital Electric Baltimore
Training Facility
MD
CEUs
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JULY 10 & 11, 2020
FRIDAY: 4 PM - 8 PM
SATURDAY: 8 AM - 2:30 PM
Greenbelt, MD
Hilton Garden Inn
Washington DC/Greenbelt
Major Changes to the
code include...
Surge Protection is
Required for Dwelling Units
Type 1 or Type 2 Surge-Protective Devices (SPDs) are
now required for new and replaced service equipment
that supplies dwellings. This protects devices not
already protected by point-of-use SPDs from damage
due to surges.
Ground Fault Circuit
Requirements
All 125-volt through 250-volt receptacles installed in
the locations specied in 210.8(A) (1) through (11)
and supplied by single-phase branch circuits rated
150 volts or less to ground shall have ground fault
circuit interrupter protection for personnel.
Outdoor Emergency
Disconnects for
Dwelling Units
Under the new NEC guidelines, outdoor emergency
disconnects are now required for new construction,
renovations and homes having servies replaced,
allowing rst responders to eliminate some potential
electrical hazards when neccessary.
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
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TRANSFORMER
INSTALLATION COURSE
This course is taught by Master Electricians and industry
experts Wayne Robinson and Michael Robinson and is
based on the National Electrical Code (NEC)
To register, see the last page of this catalog
or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
$329 ea.
Sponsored by
This is a Two day Seminar!
8:00 am - 2:30 pm each day
unless otherwise noted.
this course
qualifies for
10 hours of
ceu credit
This course, based on the
National Electrical Code
(NEC), qualifies for up to
10 contact hours toward
electrical continuing education
credits (CEUs) in the following
jurisdictions: State of Delaware,
State of Virginia (3 hrs), State
of Maryland, and the following
MD counties: Cecil (5 hrs),
Harford, Prince George’s,
Queen Anne’s, and Wicomico.
Thursday, July 23 & Friday, July 24, 2020
York, PA
Capital Electric York Training Facility
Monday, August 3 & Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Fairfax, VA
Residence Inn Fairfax Merrield
Thursday, September 10
& Friday September 11, 2020
Richmond, VA
Courtyard Marriott Richmond
North Glen Allen
Friday, October 16
4:00 - 8:00 pm
& Saturday, October 17, 2020
8:00 Am - 3:30 pm
Upper Marlboro, MD
Capital Electric Upper Marlboro Training Facility
Monday, October 26 & Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Chesapeake, VA
Capital Electric Chesapeake Training Facility
Thursday, November 5 & Friday, November 6, 2020
Baltimore, MD
Capital Electric Baltimore Training Facility
MD,
VA & DE
CEUs
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How transformers work
Different types of transformer configurations – and when to use them
Critical temperature limitations
Basic math you need to master to properly install transformers
Core concepts of transformer installation
How to correctly size overcurrent devices
Concepts to understand in conductor sizing and overcurrent device placement
How to ground separately derived system
Examples of total transformer calculations
And much more
topics we’ll cover include:
No other course delivers such a detailed explanation of
code-compliant transformer installation – or gives you a
close look at an actual, properly installed transformer.
you’ll receive
A step-by-step explanation of how to properly install a
transformer according to code
A comprehensive, yet easy-to-understand, walkthrough of the
electrical code as it applies to transformers
The chance to ask any questions you have about transformer
installation and the applicable electrical code
The opportunity to learn from the experience and on-the-job
lessons and challenges of other experienced electricians who are
participating in the training
Access to an actual transformer showing how to terminate
primary and secondary conductors and appropriate grounding
requirements
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2-Day
Seminar!
Thursday & Friday
unless otherwise noted
8:00am–2:30pm
$349
Aug. 6 & 7, 2020
Hagerstown, MD
Capital Electric Hagerstown
Training Facility
Aug. 20 & 21, 2020
Richmond, VA
Courtyard Marriott Richmond
North Glen Allen
Aug. 31 & Sep. 1, 2020
(Monday/Tuesday)
Fairfax, VA
Residence Inn Fairfax Merrifield
Oct. 8 & 9, 2020
Cumberland, MD
Fairfield Inn & Suites Cumberland
Nov. 19 & 20, 2020
Eastern Shore, MD
Courtyard by Marriott Salisbury
Dec. 10 & 11, 2020
York, PA
Capital Electric York
Training Facility
10 Hours of CEU Credit
This course, based on the National Electrical Code (NEC), qualifies for up
to 10 contact hours toward electrical continuing education credits (CEUs) in the following
jurisdictions: State of Delaware, State of Virginia (3 hrs), State of Maryland, and the following MD
counties: Cecil (5 hrs),
Harford, Prince George’s, Queen Annes, and Wicomico.
G
rounding and Bonding is a two-day course designed to help you break
down the dense topic of grounding and bonding according to the NEC
Article 250 requirements and enable you to perform servicing and
installations accurately and effectively.
You will be taken through an illustrated guide by an industry expert who
will help you navigate NEC Article 250. You will be able to differentiate and
understand the extensive surplus of technical terms, know how the proper
procedures for every grounding and bonding scenario, and get the chance
to have all your grounding and bonding questions answered.
What You’ll Learn:
Understand Grounding and Bonding as outlined in NEC Article 250
Essential differences, requirements, and exceptions to Grounding and
Bonding procedures
Definition of key terms, such as: bonded, grounded, equipment bonding
jumper, main bonding jumper, system bonding jumper, grounded
conductor, equipment grounding conductor and more
Systems, circuits, and equipment required, permitted or not permitted
to be grounded
Types and sizes of grounding and bonding conductors and electrodes
And much more!
To register, see the last page of this catalog or
visit capitalelectriceducation.com
Grounding & Bonding
MD,
VA & DE
CEUs
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How You’ll Benefit:
Gain a thorough understanding of grounding and bonding procedures and
avoid making simple mistakes on the job.
Confidently assess grounding and bonding requirements of a job without getting
tripped up over technical terms.
Perform service installations quickly without compromising efficiency.
Connect with an expert you can call if you’re in a situation where you need advice.
Navigate potential violations and avoid the risk of failing an inspection
(and losing time and money to correct it).
1.
Do you want to be able to confidently (and efficiently) perform proper
grounding and bonding procedures without second guessing yourself?
2.
Do you struggle with the extensive terms involved in the NEC
Article 250 code for grounding and bonding?
3.
Has a job you completed ever failed an inspection because
of a grounding or bonding violation?
4.
Have you ever been uncertain about what size of wire to install
on the job?
5.
Still need to complete required continuing education hours before
the end of the year?
With the knowledge, skills and resources you’ll gain in just two days in
Grounding and Bonding, you’ll be able to navigate the varied circumstances
of any job you perform easily and effectively, without having to cross your
fingers that your work will pass inspection.
5 Signs You Need this Training
Attention:
Supervisors & Safety Managers, Maintenance Personnel, Engineers,
Electricians and Qualified Workers
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Transformer
Installation
Course
This course is taught by instructor
Don Hursey and is based on the 2017
National Electrical Code (NEC)
Thursday, July 16 • Charlotte, NC
Holiday Inn Charlotte University
Thursday, October 15 • Durham, NC
Capital Electric Durham Training Facility
Monday, November 9 • Durham, NC
Capital Electric Durham Training Facility
COST: $199/PERSON
YOU’LL RECEIVE:
A comprehensive, yet easy-to-understand, walkthrough
of the electrical code as it applies to transformers
A step-by-step explanation of how to properly install a
transformer according to code
The opportunity to learn from the experience and on-
the-job lessons and challenges of other experienced
electricians who are participating in the training
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
No other course delivers such a detailed explanation of
code-compliant transformer installation – or gives you a
close look at an actual, properly installed transformer.
Sponsored by
Capital Electric will not be held liable for typos or misprints.
Capital Electric reserves the right to cancel or postpone these events at any time at its sole discretion.
8 HOURS
of CEU Credit!
This course is approved for 8
hours of continuing education in
North Carolina by the NC State
Board of Examoniers of Electrical
Contractors (NCBEEC).
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THE TRANSFORMER INSTALLATION COURSE IS DESIGNED TO
HELP YOU:
Understand the 2017 NEC as it applies to transformer installations (specifically
Articles 450 and 250) … so you can ensure that your installations are code
compliant from the start, helping avoid costly time delays and the need to redo work
Understand multiple ways you can configure transformers to provide different
voltages as required in the industry – plus quick and easy ways to figure out what’s
best for your job without memorizing complicated formulas
Understand the theory behind how transformers work … because the better you
understand the theory, the more quickly and intuitively you’ll be able to solve
problems, understand the code, and properly install transformers
TOPICS WE’LL COVER INCLUDE:
How transformers work
Different types of transformer configurations – and
when to use them
Critical temperature limitations
Basic math you need to master to properly install
transformers
Core concepts of transformer installation
WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER
How to correctly size overcurrent devices
Concepts to understand in conductor sizing and
overcurrent device placement
How to ground separately derived system
Examples of total transformer calculations
...And much more!
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
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Master the Basic Concepts You
Need to Excel as an
Electrician with...
Capital Electric is not affiliated with the state of North Carolina or the NC Board of
Examiners of Electrical Contractors. This course, when offered during fiscal year 2019,
meets the requirements of the North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Electrical
Contractors for 8 contact hours toward continuing education credit. This course is not
sponsored by the Board.
This course is approved for 8 hours toward
continuing education in North Carolina by the
NC State Board of Examiners of Electrical
Contractors (NCBEEC)
8
HOURS
THE NEC TODAY
An 8-hour seminar
based on the 2017 National
Electrical Code with
Instructor Don A. Hursey
Course Objectives
This course assists electrical apprentices,
journeymen, contractors, engineers,
inspectors, and maintenance personnel
in understanding the changes of the 2017
National Electrical Code.
8 contact hours.
Course Materials
IAEI Analysis of Changes PowerPoint
Presentation, Chapters 1-4. Based on
the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC).
Course Outline
This course will cover the 2017 edition of
the National Electrical Code. The Instructor
will review multiple NEC topics.
Cost: $229
REGISTER TODAY!
To register, see the last page
of this catalog or visit
capitalelectriceducation.com
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020
Fayetteville, NC
DoubleTree by Hilton Fayetteville
MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 2020
Greensboro, NC
Hilton Garden Inn Greensboro
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2020
Charlotte, NC
Holiday Inn Charlotte University
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2020
Durham, NC
Capital Electric Durham Training Facility
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Articles covered include: 110, 210, 230, 240, 250, and 300
General requirements for the examination
and approval, installation and use,
access to and spaces about electrical
conductors and equipment; enclosures
intended for personnel entry; and
tunnel installations.
General requirements for branch circuits.
Service conductors and equipment
for control and protection services
and their installation requirements.
General requirements for overcurrent
protection and overcurrent protective
devices not more than 100 volts, nominal.
Overcurrent protection over
100 volts, nominal.
Overcurrent protection for those
portions of supervised industrial
installations operating at voltages
of not more than 1000 volts, nominal.
General requirements for grounding
and bonding of electrical installations,
and the specific requirements.
General requirements for wiring
methods and material.
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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
To register, see the last page of this catalog
or visit: capitalelectriceducation.com
Tuesday, September 8, 2020
Charlotte, NC
Holiday Inn Charlotte University
8
hours
This course is approved for 8 hours of
continuing education in North Carolina
by the NC State Board of Examiners of
Electrical Contractors (NCBEEC)
Grounding and Bonding
with Don Hursey
Cost: $229 ea.
2017 NEC Requirements for
Grounding and Bonding
is
a one-day course designed to help you
break down the dense topic of grounding
and bonding according to the NEC Article
250 requirements and enable you to
perform servicing and installations accurately
and effectively.
You will be taken through an illustrated
guide by an industry expert who will help
you navigate NEC Article 250. You will be
able to differentiate and understand the
extensive surplus of technical terms, know
how the proper procedures for every
grounding and bonding scenario, and get
the chance to have all your grounding and
bonding questions answered.
Discover the quickest and
easiest way to get up-to-date
on everything you need to know
about grounding and bonding.
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
Durham, NC
Capital Electric Durham Training Facility
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Capital Electric will not be held liable for typos or misprints. Capital Electric reserves the right to cancel or postpone these events at any time at its sole discretion.
What you’ll Learn
2017 NEC Requirements for Grounding and Bonding covers the essential information needed by all
workers who face electrical hazards. You’ll better understand the general requirements for grounding
and bonding electrical installations, including:
Essential differences, requirements, and exceptions to Grounding and Bonding procedures
Systems, circuits, and equipment required, permitted or not permitted to be grounded
Building or structures supplied by feeders or branch circuits
And much more!
How You’ll Benefit
Gain a thorough understanding of grounding and bonding procedures and
avoid making simple mistakes on the job
Confidently assess grounding and bonding requirements of a job without getting tripped up
over technical terms
Perform service installations quickly without compromising efficiency
Get Continuing Education Unit hours to apply to your license (8 CEUs in North Carolina)
Connect with an expert you can call if you’re in a situation where you need advice
Navigate potential violations and avoid the risk of failing an inspection
(and losing time and money to correct it)
Do you want to be able to confidently (and efficiently) perform proper grounding and bonding
procedures without second guessing yourself?
Do you struggle with the extensive terms involved in the NEC Article 250 code for grounding
and bonding?
Has a job you completed ever failed an inspection because of a grounding or bonding violation?
Have you ever been uncertain about what size of wire to install on the job?
Still need to complete required continuing education hours before the end of the year?
With the knowledge, skills and resources you’ll gain in just one day in 2017 NEC Requirements for
Grounding and Bonding, you’ll be able to navigate the varied circumstances of any job you perform
easily and effectively, without having to cross your fingers that your work will pass inspection.
5
SIGNS YOU NEED THIS TRAINING
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NEC
References
Covered
Definitions
Use and Identification of
Grounded Conductors
Branch Circuits
Grounding and Bonding
General Requirements for
Wiring Methods and Materials
Conductors for General Wiring
Cabinets, Cutout Boxes, and
Meter Socket Enclosures
Nonmetallic-Sheathed Cable:
Types NM, NMC, and NMS
Switches
Receptacles, Cord Connectors,
and Attachment Plugs (Caps)
Swimming Pools, Fountains,
and Similar Installations
This Course...
Covers the NEC requirements
for wiring a dwelling and
includes specific 2017 NEC
changes that are related
to residential wiring.
Is approved
for 4 hours
of continuing
education in North
Carolina by the
NC State Board
of Examiners
of Electrical
Contractors
(NCBEEC).
with Don Hursey
Tuesday
November 10
2020
Durham,NC
Capital Electric
Durham Training
Facility
8am - 12pm
$75 ea.
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
Join us for Installation & Inspection of Services
immediately following this course! Same day/location!
capitalelectriceducation.com
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Tuesday, November 10th, 2020
1pm - 5pm • $75 ea.
Durham, NC
Capital Electric Durham Training Facility
This course covers the NEC
requirements for an electrical
service and it includes specic
guidelines on how to achieve
a code compliant installation.
NEC References Covered:
Denitions
• Requirements for
Electrical Installations
• Services
• Overcurrent Protection
• Service-Entrance Cable: Types SE and USE
Switchboards, Switchgear, and Panelboards
Installation and
Inspection of
Services Course
This course is approved for 4 hours of
continuing education in North Carolina
by the NC State Board of Examiners of
Electrical Contractors (NCBEEC).
This course is taught by instructor Don Hursey and is
based on the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC)
capitalelectriceducation.com
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
Join us for Residential Wiring
immediately before this course! Same day/location!
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Headquarters:
8511 Pepco Place, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
800-527-1051
About On-Site Training
On-site classes require a 10-person
minimum in order to run and are
subject to instructor availability. Prices
may vary based on location and other
factors. For more information on what we can
do for your career advancement and knowledge,
email events@capitalelectricsupply.com or
call us at 301-909-6511.
Customers now
have the ability to
schedule group training
sessions to be held at
your convenience.
Put on a class for your associates,
or get together with co-workers
and friends in the industry
to take advantage of
an opportunity to
advance your career!
Advance your
Organization with
On-Site
Seminars
through Capital Electric!
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8511 Pepco Place, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Phone Number: 301-909-6511 • Fax: 301-735-6279
Email: events@capitalelectriceducation.com
VENUE INFORMATION
Capital Electric Baltimore Training Room
600 W Hamburg St, Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 752-4080
Capital Electric Chesapeake Training Room
1122 Executive Blvd Suite B, Chesapeake, VA 23320
(757) 547-7222
Capital Electric Durham Training Room
4001 Stirrup Creek Dr, Durham, NC 27703
(919) 384-7093
Capital Electric Hagerstown Training Room
12101 Insurance Way, Hagerstown, MD 21740
(301) 665-3799
Capital Electric Upper Marlboro Training Room
8511 Pepco Pl, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(301) 909-6500
Capital Electric York Training Room
1150 N Sherman St, York, PA 17402
(717) 755-1455
Charleston Electrical Contractors Association
(CECA) Training Facility
2230 Technical Pkwy, North Charleston, SC 29406
Chesapeake Conference Center
700 Conference Center Dr, Chesapeake, VA 23320
(757) 382-2500
Courtyard by Marriott Salisbury
128 Troopers Way, Salisbury, MD 21804
(410) 742-4405
Courtyard Marriott Richmond North Glen Allen
10077 Brook Rd, Glen Allen, VA 23059
(804) 266-6900
Dewey Gottwald Center
2301 W Leigh St, Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 864-1466
Doubletree by Hilton Fayetteville
1965 Cedar Creek Rd, Fayetteville, NC 28312
(910) 323-8282
Fairfield Inn and Suites Cumberland
21 North Wineow St, Cumberland, MD 21502
(301) 722-0340
Falls Church Marriott Fairview Park
3111 Fairview Park Dr, Falls Church, VA 22042
(703) 849-9400
Four Points Sheraton York
1650 Toronita St, York, PA 17402
(717) 846-4940
Hilton Garden Inn Augusta
1065 Stevens Creek Rd, Augusta, GA 30907
(706) 739-9990
Hilton Garden Inn Charlottesville
1793 Richmond Rd, Charlottesville, VA 22911
(434) 979-4442
Hilton Garden Inn Columbia Harbison
434 Columbiana Dr, Columbia, SC 29212
(803) 407-6640
Hilton Garden Inn Fredericksburg
1060 Hospitality Ln, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
(540) 548-8822
Hilton Garden Inn Greensboro
4307 Big Tree Way, Greensboro, NC 27409
(336) 852-1491
Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/ Greenbelt
7810 Walker Dr, Greenbelt, MD 20770
(301) 474-7400
Holiday Inn Charlotte University
8520 University Executive Park Dr, Charlotte, NC 28262
(704) 547-0999
Holiday Inn Manassas Battlefield
10424 Balls Ford Rd, Manassas, VA 20109
(571) 292-5400
Holiday Inn VA Beach Norfolk Hotel
and Conference Center
5655 Greenwich Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
(757) 499-4400
Hotel Madison
710 S Main St, Harrisonburg, VA 22801
(540) 564-0200
Residence Inn Fairfax Merrifield
8125 Gatehouse Rd, Falls Church, VA 22042
(703) 573-5200
Hotel phone numbers are included for attendees that need room reservations. To register for a course, go to our website
capitalelectriceducation.com, call 301-909-6511, fax registration form to 301-735-6279, or mail registration form to
Capital Electric, Attn: Marketing Dept,8511 Pepco Place, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772.
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Capital Electric will not be held liable for typos or misprints. Capital Electric reserves the right to cancel or postpone these events at any time at its sole discretion.
Company Name _______________________________________________________________________________________________
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Attendee #1 Name _________________________________________ Email ______________________________________________
Attendee #2 Name _________________________________________ Email ______________________________________________
Attendee #3 Name _________________________________________ Email ______________________________________________
Attendee #4 Name _________________________________________ Email ______________________________________________
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ITEM QUANTITY FEE TOTAL
Please reserve the following number of seats x $
TUITION SUBTOTAL
I am sending 3+ employees. Please give me the team discount.
– 10% off tuition
subtotal
– $
NEC Code Books, softbound Please check: q 2017 q 2020 x $89 + $
NFPA NEC Handbook Please check: q 2017 q 2020 x $164 + $
NEC Tabs Please check: q 2017 q 2020 x $16 + $
MY TOTAL INVESTMENT
$
4 Easy Ways To Register:
1. ONLINE at capitalelectriceducation.com
2. CALL 301-909-6511
3. FAX completed registration form to (301) 735-6279
4. MAIL your registration to Capital Electric, Attn: Marketing Dept,
8511 Pepco Place, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Please issue payment at time of registration in order to secure spot
in seminar. Cancellations or rescheduling must be received at least
7 days in advance prior to the start of the seminar/event in order to
receive a full refund or credit. No-shows and/or cancellations received
after this deadline will be billed and are non-refundable.
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