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Training Seminars

Posted By IAEI Wisconsin, Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Updated: Tuesday, November 12, 2013

IAEI Seminars provide clear, authoritative instruction in the National Electrical Code. All instructors are field-experienced and have been involved in the Code-making process.

Various seminars are available to fit your needs: Code changes, grounding, residential, hazardous locations, or any custom request. On-site seminars, which can be scheduled at your workplace, provide quality education at the least cost and greatest convenience.

+ Types of Seminars

+ Seminar Dates   

2014 Spring Code Updates [in association with regional Inspector groups and WI DSPS]

Both Commercial Electrical Code and 1 & 2 Family Electrical Code updates with top 50 code changes and more, This is the only training conducted by the WI Chapter IAEI.

Green Bay - February 17 & 18 

Eau Claire - February 19 & 20

Lake Delton - March 4,17 & 18

Pewaukee - March 10 & 11

Green Bay - March 24 & 25

One and Two Family Dwelling Electrical Systems This comprehensive seminar explains installation, design, and inspection of electrical systems in new and existing one- and two-family dwellings in clear, concise language, with numerous pictures and graphics. This seminar is based on IAEI's book entitled One- and Two-Family Dwelling Electrical Systems, 5th edition, that includes the electrical requirements of both the National Electrical Code(NEC) and the International Residential Code (IRC). This presentation is particularly helpful and valuable for inspectors, contractors, electricians, and students in making more accurate, thorough, and safer installations and inspections.

Soares Grounding and Bonding This seminar is a must for those who wish to keep informed and increase their understanding and expertise in grounding and bonding of electrical systems and equipment. Completely revised to the current edition of theNEC, it is based on the authoritative textSoares Book on Groundingand clearly explains the fundamentals and practice of grounding in easily understood language. Dozens of new and revised color illustrations and photos of actual installations clarify and simplify the fundamental principles of grounding and bonding.

Hazardous (Classified) Locations This IAEI seminar covers the requirements for electrical installations in hazardous (classified) locations. It is primarily based on the provisions set forth in theNational Electrical Code(current edition). The material has been developed in the interest in promoting greater understanding and increasing electrical safety for systems in hazardous (classified) locations. This material is based on the authoritative textIAEI's Hazardous Locations.Fundamentals and critical requirements for electrical wiring in hazardous (classified) locations are explained in easily understood language. Hundreds of new and revised color illustrations and photos exemplify the proper use and application of the electrical requirements in these locations.

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Posted By IAEI Wisconsin, Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Updated: Monday, March 04, 2013




May 14-16, 2014

Manitowoc WI

Holiday Inn


May 13-15, 2015

Wausau WI

Plaza Hotel 


May 11-13, 2016

Elkhart Lake WI

Osthoff Resort





Sept. 21-24, 2014

 Cleveland, OH

Holiday Inn South


Sept. 20-23, 2015

 Jackson Hole, WY

Snow King Resort






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Updated: Thursday, March 07, 2013
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