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48 Hour Fire Alarm Class

Hands On Fire Alarm Class IEC National Fire Alarm Systems Curriculum. This Course is based on Requirements specified in NFPA’s National Fire Alarm Code– NFPA 72. This unique and informative 48 hour course will provide qualified journeyman electricians and low voltage technicians with knowledge necessary for working on fire alarm systems. Students will need to bring The NFPA 72 (2019) and Hand Tools & Meter to Circuit Testing & Lab Session

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NCSCB Test Preparation: Written Exam

NCSCB certification program is designed to assure utilities, contractors & customers that personnel handling medium voltage cables & components are properly trained. The Written Test Preparation is designed to help prepare students to sit for the NSCSB’s written examination. Students will review the following to prepare for testing: Electrical Theory Grounding Basic Math Principles Safety Cable Properties Cable Preparation Splices, Terminations, & Materials Diagrams & Drawings Tools & Equipment Management of Cable Splicing & Termination Tasks

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Arc Flash Awareness Webinar

This 90 minute Arc Flash awareness seminar taught by Scott Margolin of Tyndale USA, will cover what an arc is, causes, and how what factors determine how big it will be and what arc rating is. Will also go over FR and how it works and how to choose.

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NICET Level I Test Prep Course

Course will help prepare you for the NICET Level 1 Fire Alarm Systems certification exam. Virtual Live class. Four days/two hours each evening. Students will need to purchase the NTC Red Book in order to take this class. The book is available at the National Training Center's Bookstore. (IECC does not sell this book.) Students may also find the Orange Book and Field Notes helpful. Students will need their NFPA 70 2014 and NFPA 72 2016 during class.

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NFPA 70E, OSHA and You

Some requirements contained in NFPA 70E are in direct violation of OSHA requirements and can result in serious or even willful OSHA citations. Learn what they are and how to apply 70E to be OSHA compliant. OSHA policy and enforcement approach as well as what OSHA looks for will be explained by "Grizzy" who trains OSHA inspectors all across the nation. All attendees will need to bring the following items to class: Their voltmeter/multimeter, their insulated gloves and leather protectors, one article of arc rated clothing they have, and possibly some/a couple of their most used hand tools including insulated tools if they have them. The purpose of this is to perform the required inspections on their equipment while the instructor explains the inspection requirements contained in the standards in class.

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