Local 625

Residential Wiring Installation

Residential Wiring Installation

Introduction to Residential Wiring and Cover Codes Associated With Residential Wiring

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DESCRIPTION

This 30-hour course is designed to introduce students to residential wiring and cover codes associated with residential wiring. The course will cover residential service size calculations, prepare a material list, layout drawing and panel schedule for a residential consumer service. Cover codes associated with grounding and bonding, types of cables used, cable strapping, box fill, lighting, receptacles, types of boxes used, smoke detectors, and general heights boxes are to be mounted, AFCI’s, GFCI’s. Code rules for different parts of residential wiring such as heating load calculations, bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen’s, furnace rooms, garages, and outdoor plugs will be covered.

Hands on will cover service entrance installation, proper ground and bonding of isolated and nonisolated meter bases. Installation of the different types of boxes and the purpose each is box is used for. Wiring of lighting systems including three way and four way switching. Proper methods of wiring smoke detectors. Proper termination of wires in panels and boxes. Proper termination of GFCI’s and AFCI’s. Termination of specialty receptacles for dryers, stoves, fridges, and microwaves.

PROJECTS INCLUDED
  • Service Entrance Installation
  • Roper Ground and Bonding of Isolated and Non-Isolated Meter Bases
  • Install Different Types of Boxes
  • Wiring of Lighting Systems
  • Proper Methods of Wiring Smoke Detectors
  • Proper Termination of Wires in Panels and Boxes
  • Proper termination of GFCI’s and AFCI’s
  • Termination of specialty receptacles for dryers, stoves, fridges, and microwaves
OTHER INFO
The course objectives are to strengthen the student’s awareness in residential wiring methods used in today’s homes. Knowledge of the codes used in today’s homes will be strengthened by taking this course by the in class and hands on training combined.
Learning materials, coffee and snacks are provided for all sessions.
|COURSE INFORMATION
Days: Monday Evening, Wednesday Evening, and Saturday All Day
Duration: 30 Hours
Location: 24 Lakeside Park Drive
Class Size: 8 Maximum
Link: Travel Policy

Education Contact Information

IBEW Local 625 JATC

Blair Mikkelsen, RSE

Training Director

24 Lakeside Park Drive, Suite 202
Lakeside, NS B3T 1L1

P - (902) 450 5625 Ext. 326

F - (902) 450 5063

JATC@ibew625.ca

Faculty

Geordie Walsh, RSE

Electrical Workers Campus

24 Lakeside Park Drive, Suite 202
Lakeside, NS B3T 1L1

P - (902) 450 5625 Ext. 332

F - (902) 450 5063

JATC@ibew625.ca

Faculty

John Harding, B.B.A., RSE, M. Ed.

Electrical Workers Campus

24 Lakeside Park Drive, Suite 202
Lakeside, NS B3T 1L1

P - (902) 450 5625 Ext. 330

F - (902) 450 5063

JATC@ibew625.ca

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