Expand your electrical knowledge and earn 6 CE credits, all in one day! This 3-class series provides you with the fundamentals you need to inspect electrical systems safely and accurately.
This class provides a review of basic electrical concepts and terminology. Learners will also review the importance of grounding and bonding, as well as the equipment they will need to do both.
Dive deeper into grounding and bonding by looking at neutral, grounding electrode, and equipment grounding/bonding conductors. Refresh your understanding of electrical vocabulary and uncover how improper installations can lead to hazardous conditions for inspectors.
Find out what your role is during an electrical inspection, then identify the benefits of taking different types of measurements. Go over how, when, and where to use various testing devices. Learn how to take and interpret measurements with these devices.
Mike Twitty recently retired after 17 years in the general inspection and compliance inspection fields. He is a licensed electrician and is certified by the ICC and IAEI as a residential building inspector and residential electrical inspector.
Prior to becoming a home inspector, he retired from a 30-year career with Ford Motor Company where he worked as an industrial electrician. Mike currently provides continuing education training for home inspectors across the country on electrical subjects and has authored many technical articles for national publications.