Virtual National Electrical Code 2020 (NECV-2020)

Virtual National Electrical Code 2020 (NECV-2020)Live Online National Electrical Code 2020 (4-Day)


Experience the same quality and engagement as our in-person NEC 2020 training course while saving big on enrollment and employee travel costs. Our new virtual online training courses allow students to log-in remotely and fully participate in a live, instructor-led, online classroom experience.

Students can register for one of our pre-scheduled open enrollment dates or request a virtual onsite training if a large group of students need to be trained. 

This course is developed to provide a comprehensive study of Chapters 1 through 4, including a brief overview of Chapter 5, of the 2020 National Electrical Code®. Major updates and revisions from previous editions are addressed throughout this course. The class participant learns how to apply the Code to properly install electrical circuits and equipment. This course provides a study of the definitions of electrical terms; requirements for electrical installations, such as branch circuits and grounding systems; wiring methods and materials; overcurrent protection, voltage drop, neutral load and other calculations through practical exercises; the method for determining conductor ampacity through practical exercises; sizing circuits and devices for motors and motor circuits through practical exercises; and more. The content of the NEC®–2020 course also addresses the OSHA 29 CFR 1910.302-.308 mandated requirements for electrical installations.

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4 days
8:00am - 4:30pm CST
2.8 CEUs


This course is intended for electricians, electrical inspectors and electrical contractors who have a need to meet federal, state and local requirements for performing electrical work.


Upon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:

  • Describe the organization of the 2020 National Electrical Code® and its general requirements.
  • ​Identify and use the various tables.
  • Explain grounding and bonding requirements.
  • Outline the method for determining conductor ampacity.
  • Calculate neutral, branch circuit, and feeder loads.
  • Summarize how to calculate electrical enclosure and conduit conductor fill.
  • Determine acceptable wiring methods.
  • Relate the process of sizing motor circuits and required components.
  • List the requirements for GFCI use with temporary wiring.


Working knowledge of basic electricity is necessary for understanding the requirements of the NEC®. 


This course is required for our Industrial Electrical Inspector Inspector Certification Program.

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