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Chapter: 1,06,0 - Chesapeake Chapter

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Contact Information
Krepps, Rachel
2900 Lord Baltimore Dr.
Baltimore, MD 21244
(410) 818-4044

Upcoming Meetings

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ELECTRICAL INSPECTORS AND ELECTRIC LEAGUE OF MARYLAND

Joint Venture Presenting:  2014 NEC CHANGES ANALYSIS  –  10-Hour Training Class (4 Nights)

MEETS ALL MASTER AND JOURNEY PERSON ELECTRICAL LICENSE RENEWAL CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT REQUIREMENTS

Designed to discuss 2014 NEC Code Changes.  We will be looking at the most noteworthy changes in an attempt to keep up with our ever changing electrical industry.  There were 3,745 proposals and 1,625 comments submitted to change the 2011 NEC to become the new 2014 NEC.

DATES:  Tuesday, April 29

                Thursday, May 1

                Tuesday, May 6

                Thursday, May 8

TIME:    6:30 PM to 9:30 PM  (each night) - Must attend all 4 classes to receive credit

LOCATION:  Towson Methodist Church - 501 Hampton Lane, Towson, MD 21286

FEE:        $160 per person - Includes IAEI Analysis of Changes Book.  Please visit www.elmd.org to register.

INSTRUCTOR:  Gil Thompson - “Old Mr. Code Wrench” is past chairperson of the Chesapeake IAEI and the Electric League of Maryland, and retired Chief Electrical Inspector of Baltimore County.  Mr. Thompson has over 50 years of practical experience with the code on code making panels, teaching electrical classes, and involvement with government officials.  He’ll use his “easy to understand” manner and presentation style to help you better understand the code changes.

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1st Vice President
James R. Ensor
2nd Vice President
Milford L. Badders
Education
Gilbert L. Thompson
Immediate Past President
Bruce W. Moore, PhD
Membership
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President
Martin S. Schumacher
Secretary
Rachel E. Krepps
Treasurer
George L. Ensor