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SC Electrical  Seminar Course

 

"Electrical"   which includes the installation, alteration, or repair of wiring-related electrical material and equipment used in the generating, transmitting, or utilization of electrical energy less than six hundred volts, including all overhead electrical wiring on public rights-of-way for signs and street decorations and all underground electrical distribution systems of less than six hundred volts serving private properties. This sub classification also includes, but is not limited to, installing, altering, and repairing, panels, controls, conductors, conduits, cables, devices, plates, electric ceilings, control wiring; and electric heating, lighting fixtures, lamps, general outside lighting, underground and overhead feeder distribution systems for services, and related components or work necessary to provide a complete electrical system and installing window or through-the-wall air conditioning units not to exceed three HP or three tons where no piping is necessary. Under this sub classification, general outside lighting is limited solely to within property lines and not on public easements or rights-of-way. A contract that contains electrical work above fifty volts must be performed by a contractor licensed under this sub classification or a licensed public electrical utility contractor. This license sub classification includes installing, altering, and repairing all lighting on private property, athletic fields, stadiums, parking lots, and the design, installation, and servicing of fire alarm systems.o:p>

 

COURSE LENGTH:                                              16 Hours

 

 

 ELECTRICIAN EXAMINATION CONTENT OUTLINE:

 

There are 80 questions in this examination. You will need to answer 56questions correctly in order to pass. You are allowed 4 hours to complete this examination.

 

NOTE :    All Electrician Commercial contractor candidates are required to pass the Business Management and Law for contractors examination and the Electrician examination .

 

 

  ELECTRICIAN  EXAMINATION CONTENT :

 

1.  General Electrical Knowledge                                              (9 items)

2.  Service, Feeders, and Branch circuits                                (9 items)

3.  Grounding and Bonding                                                        (9 items)

4.  Conductors and Cables                                                        (9 items)

5.  Raceways and Boxes                                                           (9 items)

6.  Special Occupancies and Equipment                                 (2 items)

7.  Electrical Power                                                                     (7 items)

8.  Motors                                                                                     (7 items)

9.   Low Voltage                                                                          (2 items)

10. Lighting                                                                                 (5 items)

11. Illuminated Signs                                                                  (2 items)

12. Fire Detection and Alarm Systems                                    (2 items)

13. Safety Information                                                                (8 items)

 

 

 

 ELECTRICIAN REFERENCE BOOKS :

 

1.  NFPA 70 - National Electric Code 2005

2.  NFPA 72 - National Fire Alarm Code

3.  American Electricians Handbook

4.  Code of Federal Regulations

5.   Key Word Index

 

 

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