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2015 Canadian Electrical Code Update - Overview of Changes
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The 2015 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, contains over 200 updates including major changes to sections on conductor ampacity, bonding and grounding, circuit loading, renewable energy, hazardous locations and electric heating. Your time is valuable, but so is having knowledge of these key changes. Our new training course saves you time while providing the information that you need.
Designed for professionals who have a good working knowledge of the CE Code, Part I, and only require a review of the updates and changes in the latest edition, this 1-day course provides a comprehensive review of these changes and how they can potentially impact your business.
With a focus on only the changes to the 2015 CE Code, Part I – allowing you to avoid having to review the entire Code – you will save valuable time that can help to keep your electrical installation projects on time, in compliance and safe.
Developed with input from a broad cross-section of electrical industry experts and with cooperation from all provinces, territories and several key jurisdictions across Canada, the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I is an integral part of the Canadian Electrical Safety System. Jurisdictions across Canada adopt the code as a model code for regulation, as is or with provincial or territorial interpretations.
Your instructor is a veteran electrical industry professional with years of practical hands-on experience, as well as in-depth knowledge of safe electrical installation and maintenance practices based on Canadian Codes, Standards and industry best practice. You'll be guided through a comprehensive program of study that has been developed by a team of industry professionals, many of whom had direct involvement in the development of the Canadian Electrical Code and relevant standards.
You'll gain in-depth knowledge of key changes to the latest edition of the CE Code, Part I, and get answers to your specific questions from an experienced instructor.
CSA Group provides a wide range of Electrical Training with dates and locations from coast to coast; customized training can also be provided onsite at your place of business.