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Working with Inspectors (Online 8 Hour Course)(2020 NEC Edition) Class Information
Document ID: 1AB4
This course is recommended for journeymen and ETs who have completed GET WIRED! 101 through 303. This course requires strong familiarity with the NEC and at on-the-job experience of at least two years.

Working With Inspectors teaches electricians how to work effectively with electrical inspectors by providing information about why and how inspectors do their work, and what electricians need to know to be able to communicate with inspectors.

Key topics include:
  • Inspectors and the NEC
  • Basic blueprint reading literacy
  • Basic communication skills

The course then provides five scenarios in which students must apply their new skills and knowledge to analyze and negotiate solutions for red tags on commercial and residential electrical installations. The course concludes with an exam, to ensure students have retained their new knowledge and skills.

Students must pass the final exam to earn credit for this course. All course hours must be completed within 90 days of purchase to receive credit. You will not be notified when your self-paced course is about to expire, and it is your responsibility to keep track of your course expiration/due date.

A 2020 NEC book is required for this course.

Log on instructions will be sent by the preferred method of contact chosen during the class registration process. Please allow one business day for order processing and access to the course.

The course tuition is not refundable or transferable.

  • Total class hours available: 8
  • Standard Tuition Fee: $99

Self-Paced System Requirements: For the WECA eCampus website to run properly on your computer, please make sure to review the Self-Paced System Requirements. A valid email address is required at the time of sign-up.

Some students choose to take this course on mobile devices including the iPad or iPhone. WECA cannot guarantee course functionality and compatibility with all mobile devices and suggests that students have access to a traditional computer as backup. WECA cannot provide technical support for mobile devices.

Minimum Points and Hours: To earn credit hours for this course, students are required to attend a minimum number of course hours and earn a minimum number of points. Zero (0) credit hours will be awarded if the minimum attendance and/or minimum points are not met. See the points and hours matrix for specific requirements for this course.

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