NC Electrical Institute - The Most Well Attended NEC Continuing Education on the East Coast

On April 6-7 the NC IAEI and the NC DOI present a highly valuable seminar for electrical contractors, inspectors and others who need CEU credits for National Electrical Code education.
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March 28, 2010 - PRLog -- The NC Electrical Institute is sponsored by North Carolina Ellis Cannady Chapter International Association of Electrical Inspectors, the NC State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors and the Engineering Division of the Office of the State Fire Marshal - NC Department of Insurance. The meeting will be held at the North Raleigh Hilton on April 6th and 7h 2010.

These electrical education classes are the best available, interactive and arranged so the participants get to ask questions. Our speakers and panels members are international experts in electrical safety from many parts of the country and are here in Raleigh for this important education event. These classes can be provided inexpensively, since we are a non-profit organization and volunteer member operated.

At our tradeshow, you can see the latest innovations in electrical products and components, and get to ask questions about these products that no one buying something in a store or merely seeing installed would ever get to ask. Find out about product certification from testing laboratory representatives, visit with manufacturers, learn about new products and services, and how they relate to the NEC.

The NC IAEI members include electrical and building inspectors, electrical contractors, engineers, utility engineers, testing laboratory inspectors, electrical equipment and component manufacturing specialists and more. The NC IAEI regularly submits NEC code change proposals, and is one of the most active chapters in the Southeast. Many proposals from the NC Chapter end up being Code.

For more information, go to the NC IAEI website: If you have additional questions or needs, fill out the information on our “Contact us” page.

For convention schedule and forms, go to “Meetings” page.
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