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Training Catalog
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Welcome to the January
Capital Electric Training Catalog!
The Capital Electric Training Catalog is designed to be an informative
tool in bringing customers the most up-to-date information on
what Capital Electric is offering on industry knowledge. Updated
monthly, the catalog features listings of the scheduled courses and
seminars that are currently being offered.
Scheduled Training – Keep a look-out at the counters and in your
e-mail, or ask your salesperson for education opportunities Capital
Electric offers to our customers. If you see a course or seminar that you
are interested in but cannot attend because the date is not good for
you, relax! We offer all Scheduled Training classes as On-Site Private
Training as well! Remember, dates and locations are subject to change
based on registration, etc. Please check capitalelectriceducation.com
for the most up-to-date information.
On-Site Private Training – Would you like us to come to you? If you
would like a private session for your company to be held at your
location, Capital Electric will provide exclusive access to any course
we offer. Or if you would like, you can take advantage of our state-
of-the-art training facility that seats up to 60 people and have your
exclusive training session hosted by us!
How to Register
1. Visit capitalelectriceducation.com where you can register for
courses or schedule on-site training.
2. Contact Amanda Sockriter at (301) 909-6511 or
events@capitalelectriceducation.com
ABOUT US
Capital Electric is The Electrical Distributor
of Choice in the Mid-Atlantic region and
a proud member of the Sonepar family.
Capital Electric delivers excellence in
service, products from the finest lighting
and electrical manufacturers, extensive
application expertise, and customized,
comprehensive solutions to our customers.
Staying true to Sonepar’s model of “Local
Brands, Local Leaders, Local Execution,
we operate under the Capital Electric
name. Altogether, we serve customers in
the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia,
Delaware, Pennsylvania, West Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, and
Georgia from over 70 locations and from
our central distribution center and company
headquarters in Upper Marlboro, MD.
MISSION STATEMENT
Our mission is to be the Electrical Distributor
of Choice for our customers, our employees,
and our suppliers.
We will achieve our mission by being:
accountable, respectful, ethical, profitable,
innovative and professional.
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Table of contents
TRAINING
About Our Instructors .................................................................................................................................................... 4
Testimonials ..................................................................................................................................................................... 5
SAFETY CLASSES
Arc Flash & Electrical Safety NFPA 70E (Multiple Locations in MD, VA, & NC) ........................................... 6
PREP CLASSES
40 Hour Journeyman’s Prep Course (Upper Marlboro, MD) ......................................................................... 7
Master Prep (Upper Marlboro, MD) ................................................................................................................... 8
Fundamentals of Electrical Work (Upper Marlboro, MD) ............................................................................... 9
NEC CODE CLASSES
2020 NEC Analysis of Changes (Multiple Locations in MD & VA)* ............................................................ 10
Transformer Installation Course (Multiple Locations in MD & VA)* ............................................................. 11
Grounding and Bonding Seminar (Multiple Locations in MD, VA & PA)* ....................................................12
The NEC Today (Multiple Locations in NC)* ....................................................................................................13
Grounding and Bonding (Multiple Locations in NC)* .....................................................................................14
Residential Wiring Course (Durham, NC)* .......................................................................................................15
Installation and Inspection of Services Course (Durham, NC)*. ...................................................................16
Transformer Installation Course (Durham, NC)*. ............................................................................................17
SAFETY FEATURE
Home Heating Fire Prevention Tips .................................................................................................................18
Registration Form ..........................................................................................................................................................19
*Continuing Education Credits Available
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About Our Instructors
Don 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 Mayan 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...
“Instructor is very
knowledgeable on all
aspects of the trade.
Teaches each code section
extremely well.
D. Poore - Laurel, MD
Journeyman’s Prep
Course with Wayne
and Michael Robinson
John Mayan Arc Flash &
Electrical Safety
A passionate instructor
makes the subject seem
easier to learn. Informative
and detailed course.
C. Coman - Upper Marlboro, MD
Snell Level 1
Thermography Certification
“Not your normal boring
course, come for a challenge
to learn a new skill.
H. Luppold - Lorton, VA
NEC Today
with Don Hursey
“Don is an amazing
instructor and presents
the subject matter in an
engaging manner.
T. Fowler - Raleigh, NC
Lighting Technology Update
Seminar
“Extremely informative. I really
enjoyed the seminar. I learned a lot
of things that I never associated with
LED lighting.
D. Pasqualle - Upper Marlboro, MD
Grounding &
Bonding with Wayne
Robinson
“Wayne Robinson is a
great teacher. He takes
his time and answers
questions.
C. Doing - Frederick, MD
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This one day course meets the
mandate of training as prescribed in
the NFPA 70E, 2018 Edition, Chapter
1, Article 110.2.
COST: $299/PERSON
Arc Flash &
Electrical Safety
NFPA 70E 2018
TIME: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Participants will receive
a copy of the 2018
Edition 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!
To register, see the last
page of this catalog or visit
capitalelectriceducation.com
Taught by John F. Mayan
JANUARY 21, 2020
Hagerstown, MD
FEBRUARY 19, 2020
Richmond, VA
MARCH 4, 2020
Northern VA
APRIL 8, 2020
Upper Marlboro, MD
MAY 6, 2020
Durham, NC
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
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ATTENTION
ELECTRICIANS!
…if you answered YES to these
questions, then this class is for YOU!
Sponsored by
Capital Electric Upper Marlboro
Training Room
February 4 -
March 19, 2020
Tuesdays and Thursdays
4:30 - 7:30 PM
$549 ea. with a $50 discount if registered & paid prior to Jan
21st. (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).
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)
Want to grow
your career?
Preparing
for the
Journeyman’s
exam?
Have 4 years
working in the
electrical trade?
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
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Capital Electric Upper Marlboro
Training Room
Tuesdays and Thursdays • 4:30 - 7:30 PM
March 31 -
May 21, 2020
Sponsored by
WHO SHOULD TAKE
THIS COURSE?
Anyone interested in becoming
a licensed master electrician or
electrical contractor
Have at least 6 years experience
in the electrical trade
Planning to take the master
electrician licensing exam within
the next few months
COURSE TOPICS
Branch circuits
Feeder and service
calculations
Voltage drop calculations
Commercial calculations
Appliance calculations
ATTENTION
JOURNEYMEN:
GET PREPPED!
Save $60 if
registered and paid
before March 17!
$659 ea.
See back for registration or visit
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Based on the 2017 National Electric Code
Taught by Master Electrician Wayne Robinson
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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)
NEW TO THE
ELECTRICAL TRADE?
INTERESTED IN
A CAREER AS AN
ELECTRICIAN?
Ideal for anyone with 0-4 years
of experience in the electrical
construction field, this five-week
introductory training module will
cover the basic concepts that all
electrical workers need to know.
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:
Mondays and Wednesdays
September 14 - October 14, 2020
4:30 - 7:30 PM
Capital Electric Upper Marlboro
Training Room
Sponsored by
AnyAny
ExperienceExperience
LevelLevel
Welcome!Welcome!
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
Fundamentals of Electrical WorkFundamentals of Electrical Work
Introduction to Basic Electrical Construction ConceptsIntroduction to Basic Electrical Construction Concepts
Early Bird Pricing (before Sept. 1, 2020):
$399.00 (must register and pay by Sept. 1)
Volume Discount = 10% off (3 or more in
attendance from the same company)
Standard Price
(after Sept. 1, 2020): $449.00
(any registrations/payments after Sept. 1)
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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 COURSE QUALIFIES FOR 10
HOURS TOWARD CEU CREDIT!
This updated course is based on the latest 2020 edition of the
National Electrical Code (NEC). This course qualies for 10
Credit Hours 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.
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
Space is limited!
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
FEBRUARY 20 & 21, 2020
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
Northern VA
JANUARY 16 & 17, 2020
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
Hagerstown, MD
FEBRUARY 6 & 7, 2020
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
Baltimore, MD
MARCH 19 & 20, 2020
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
Chesapeake, VA
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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 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC)
JANUARY 27 & 28, 2020
Salisbury, MD
FEBRUARY 13 & 14, 2020
Hagerstown, MD
APRIL 20 & 21, 2020
Northern VA
MAY 14 & 15, 2020
Cumberland, MD
JUNE 11 & 12, 2020
Chesapeake, MD
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 2017 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.
Featuring a HANDS-ON
demonstration of
wiring a transformer!
ThIS Course IS:
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
Access to an actual transformer
showing how to terminate primary and
secondary conductors and appropriate
grounding requirements
AND MORE!
FEBRUARY 20 & 21, 2020
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
Northern VA
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Wayne H. Robinson
Master Electrician and
Retired Chief Electrical Inspector
In this seminar, Wayne Robinson will walk you
through the often confusing NEC rules for Grounding
versus Bonding to ensure long-term safety and
reduced maintenance. This seminar utilizes the
Wayne Robinson’s Grounding and Bonding course
textbook (provided) and the NEC (not provided but
available for $89.00).
Topics Include:
Effective ground-fault
current path, low impedance path
System Grounding Connection
Load-side g
rounding connections prohibited
Main and system bonding jumper
Separately derived systems
Building or Structur
es supplied by feeders or branch circuits
Resistance of rod,
pipe and plate electrodes
Ser
vice raceways and enclosures.... and much more!
Who Should Attend?
Supervisors & Safety Managers
Maintenance Personnel
Engineers
Electricians
Qualified W
orkers
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit
capitalelectriceducation.com
Sponsored by
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.
2-Day Seminar!
(Lunch Included)
June 4 & 5, 2020
Thursday & Friday
Northern VA
June 18 & 19, 2020
Thursday & Friday
Baltimore, MD
Aug. 6 & 7, 2020
Thursday & Friday
Hagerstown, MD
Nov. 19 & 20, 2020
Thursday & Friday
Eastern Shore, MD
Dec. 10 & 11, 2020
Thursday & Friday
York, PA
8:00 AM – 2:30 PM*
$349 ea.
10 Hours of
CEU Credit
*unless otherwise noted
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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.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2020
Durham, NC
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.
Articles covered include:
110, 210, 230, 240, 250, and 300
Cost: $229
REGISTER
TODAY!
To register, see the last
page of this catalog or visit
capitalelectriceducation.com
Sponsored by
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TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 2020
Greensboro, NC
JUN
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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Durham, NC
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Cost: $229 ea.
This course is approved for
8 hours toward continuing
education in North Carolina
by the NC State Board of
Examiners of Electrical
Contractors (NCBEEC)
8hours
Grounding Grounding
and and
BondingBonding
with Don Hursey
Course Objectives
To better understand the general requirements for
grounding and bonding of electrical installations
and six specific requirements.
1. Systems, circuits, and equipment required, permitted, or not permitted
to be grounded.
2. Circuit conductor to be grounded on grounded systems.
3. Location of grounding connections.
4. Types and sizes of grounding and bonding conductors and electrodes.
5. Methods of grounding and bonding.
6. Conditions under which guards, isolation, or insulation may be
substituted for grounding.
Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Greensboro, NC
Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Durham, NC
Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Charlotte, NC
To register, see the last
page of this catalog or visit
capitalelectriceducation.com
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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RESIDENTIAL
WIRING COURSE
This course is taught by instructor Don Hursey and is
based on the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC)
This course covers the NEC requirements for
wiring a dwelling and includes specic 2017 NEC
changes that are related to residential wiring.
NEC references covered:
Article 100-Denitions
210.8(A) (including
NC Amendment)
210.8(C)
210.8(D) (including
NC Amendment)
300.5
680.71
210.12
(including NC
Amendment)
406.12
310.106
210.4
300.13
250.146
250.148
404.9
300.4
334.80
310.15(B)(3)(A)
312.5(C)
200.6
200.7
210.21(C)
210.52
210.11
210.70
This course is approved for 4 hours toward continuing education in North
Carolina by the NC State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors (NCBEEC).
Durham, NC
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM • $75 ea.
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INSTALLATION AND
INSPECTION OF
SERVICES COURSE
This course is taught by instructor Don Hursey and is
based on the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC)
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:
Article
100
230.2
230.3
230.7
230.8
230.9
230.24
230.28
230.29
230.50
338.12
230.43
230.50
230.70
240.24
230.66
110.26
230.91
230.40
230.42
230.90
408.36
This course is approved for 4 hours toward continuing education in North Carolina
by the NC State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors (NCBEEC).
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
Durham, NC
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
1:00 - 5:00 PM • $75 ea.
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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)
TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2020
COST: $229/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
Durham, NC
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
To register, see the last page of this catalog or visit capitalelectriceducation.com
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.
Durham, NC
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CS254224
National Center for Environmental Health
Division of Environmental Hazards and Health Effects
What is Carbon Monoxide?
Carbon monoxide, or “CO,” is an odorless, colorless gas that can
kill you.
Where is CO found?
CO is found in fumes produced any time you burn fuel in cars or trucks, small engines, stoves, lanterns, grills,
fireplaces, gas ranges, or furnaces. CO can build up indoors and poison people and animals who breathe it.
What are the symptoms of CO poisoning?
The most common symptoms of CO poisoning are headache, dizziness, weakness, upset stomach, vomiting,
chest pain, and confusion. CO symptoms are often described as “flu-like. If you breathe in a lot of CO it can
make you pass out or kill you. People who are sleeping or drunk can die from CO poisoning before they
have symptoms.
Who is at risk from CO poisoning?
Everyone is at risk for CO poisoning. Infants, the elderly, people with chronic heart disease, anemia, or breathing
problems are more likely to get sick from CO. Each year, more than 400 Americans die from unintentional CO
poisoning not linked to fires, more than 20,000 visit the emergency room, and more than 4,000 are hospitalized.
How can I prevent CO poisoning in my home?
Install a battery-operated or battery back-up CO detector in your home and check or replace the battery when
you change the time on your clocks each spring and fall.
Have your heating system, water heater, and any other gas, oil, or coal burning appliances serviced by a qualified
technician every year.
Do not use portable flameless chemical heaters indoors.
If you smell an odor from your gas refrigerator have an expert service it. An odor from your gas refrigerator can
mean it could be leaking CO.
When you buy gas equipment, buy only equipment carrying the seal of a national testing agency, such as
Underwriters’ Laboratories.
Carbon monoxide detector Have your heating system serviced annually
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3.
MAIL your registration to Capital Electric,
Attn: Marketing Dept, 8511 Pepco Place,
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
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
$
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8511 Pepco Place, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Phone Number: 301-909-6511 • Fax: 301-735-6279
Email: events@capitalelectriceducation.com
REGISTRATION FORM
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.
For questions regarding this seminar, please contact Amanda Sockriter at (301) 909-6511 or events@capitalelectricsupply.com
Course Title _____________________________________________________________________________________________
Session Date _____________________________________________________________________________________________
Session Location _____________________________________________________________________________________________
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