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2012 Canadian Electrical Code® ( CEC ) On-Site Training

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Summary

The purpose of this training is to help electricians understand the new 2012 changes, while at the same time providing all non-electrical personnel with a practical introduction to the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1®.

Workshop Description/Agenda

Every three years the Canadian Standards Association updates the Canadian electrical construction and maintenance industry?s guiding publication ? the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1®. The object is to establish safety standards for the installation and maintenance of electrical equipment. The purpose of this training is to help electricians understand the new 2012 changes, while at the same time providing all non-electrical personnel with a practical introduction to the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1®.


Who should take this course?

Whether an experienced Electrician or a Maintenance Technician without a formal electrical training, you need to understand the various aspects of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1®. Any experienced electrician will be the first to admit that learning the CEC® is a life-long experience. Don?t miss this unique seminar that explains how the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1® requirements apply to the electrical work done in your plant or building!


Learn About:

  • Understanding the Structure and Layout of the CE Code, Part 1®
  • Object, Scope and Definitions of The CE Code, Part 1®
  • General Rules
  • Conductors
  • Services and Service Equipment
  • Circuit Loading and Demand Factors
  • Grounding and Bonding
  • Wiring Methods
  • Protection and Control
  • Hazardous Locations
  • Installation of Electrical Equipment
  • Motors and Generators
  • Installation of Lighting Equipment
  • High Voltage Installations
  • Temporary Wiring
  • A Comprehensive Guide to How the 2012 CE Code, Part 1® Differs from the 2009 CE Code, Part 1®


Training Outcomes

Upon completion of this seminar students will have demonstrated their ability to:

  • Navigate and locate information
  • Identify key electrical terms
  • Locate specific information for their job regarding:
    • General rules
    • Conductors
    • Services and service equipment
    • Circuit loading and demand factors
    • Grounding and bonding
    • Wiring methods
    • Protection and control
    • Hazardous Locations
    • Installation of Electrical Equipment
    • Motors and Generators
    • Lighting
    • Temporary Wiring
  • Locate specific information for their job regarding:
    • Specialized Occupancies
    • Specialized Equipment
    • Specific Conditions identified
  • Learn how to apply the various tables and appendices in solving typical electrical and installation issues.
  • Understand the most important 2012 CE Code, Part 1® changes.


Course Outline / Agenda

DISCUSSION TOPICS

Introduction to the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1®

Understanding the Structure and Layout as the First Step in Successful Navigation

General Rules

  • Technical
  • Protection of Persons and Property
  • Enclosures

Conductors

  • Ampacity of Wires and Cables
  • Sheath Currents
  • Flexible Cord
  • Neutral and Identified Conductors
  • Colour of Conductors

Services and Service Equipment

  • Wiring Methods

Circuit Loading and Demand Factors

  • Maximum Circuit Loading of Services, Feeders, and Branch Circuits
  • Demand Factors
  • Maximum Number of Outlets Per Circuit

Grounding and Bonding

  • Grounding Connections For A.C. Systems
  • Conductor Enclosure Bonding
  • Equipment Bonding
  • Grounding Electrodes
  • Bonding Conductor Size

Wiring Methods

  • Exposed Wiring
  • Non-Metallic Sheathed Cable
  • Armoured Cable
  • Mineral-Insulated and Aluminum-Sheathed Cable
  • Raceways
  • Rigid and Flexible Metallic Conduit
  • Rigid PVC Conduit and Rigid HFT Conduit
  • Rigid Types EB1 and DB2/ES2 PVC Conduit
  • Rigid RTRC Conduit
  • Liquid-Tight Flexible Conduit
  • Electrical Metallic Tubing
  • Electrical Non-Metallic Tubing
  • Surface Raceways
  • Busways and Splitters
  • Wireways
  • Cable Trays
  • Maximum Number of Conductors In A Box
  • Pull Box or Junction Box Sizes

Protection and Control

  • General Requirements
  • Overcurrent Protection of Conductors
  • Ground Fault Protection
  • Fuses
  • Circuit Breakers
  • Switches
  • Protection of Receptacles
  • Panelboard Overcurrent Protection

Hazardous Locations

  • Overview of Area Classifications

Installation of Electrical Equipment

  • Capacitors
  • Transformers
  • Panelboards
  • Receptacles
  • Branch Circuits for Residential Occupancies
  • Submersible Pumps

Motors and Generators

  • Special Terminology
  • Wiring Methods and Conductors
  • Overcurrent Protection
  • Overload and Overheating Protection
  • Control
  • Disconnecting Means

Installation of Lighting Equipment

  • Support
  • Circuit Connections
  • Wiring of Lighting Equipment
  • Control

High Voltage Installations

  • Special Terminology
  • Warning Notices
  • Grounding and Bonding

Temporary Wiring

A Comprehensive Guide to How the 2012 CE Code, Part 1® Differs From The 2009 CE Code, Part 1®


What You Will Take Home

  • Personalized 2012 Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1® Training Certificate with 1.6 American Trainco Continuing Education Units
  • All the information you need from asking our instructors specific questions about your Z462 2012 Canadian Electric Code, Part 1® questions.


Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

All students attending our seminars receive a personalized Certificate of Completion and .8 CEU?s (Continuing Education Units) per day of training. Over 40,000 employers and government agencies who have sent their employees to our classes accept American Trainco CEUs for continuing education requirements. Our administration and record keeping practices meet or exceed the standards of ACE (American Council on Education) and we are able to provide transcripts of all classes attended and tests taken by individual students. Please contact us if our CEUs are not yet accepted by your authority. We will initiate an application to get the approval process started.


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Who Should Attend

Anyone who needs to understand the various aspects of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1.

Additional Information

Training Provider: Canadian Trainco

Course Topics: Industrial Training > National Electrical Code

Training Course Summary: The purpose of this training is to help electricians understand the new 2012 changes, while at the same time providing all non-electrical personnel with a practical introduction to the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1®.

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