NEC & Industry Training

Upcoming Classes

Apr
7
Tue
2020
9:00 am NEC Chapter 1 Part 1 2020 @ Webinar
NEC Chapter 1 Part 1 2020 @ Webinar
Apr 7 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
20190539 NEC Chapter 1 Part 1 2020 (2 CEU) National Electrical Code Chapter 1 part 1 is the first in a two part series designed for the Technician who has very little contact with Electrical equipment and installations. This class is also appropriate for the Registered Unlicensed Technician. This class meets the State requirement for …

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May
5
Tue
2020
8:00 am NEC Article 500 @ TBA
NEC Article 500 @ TBA
May 5 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
20160753 NEC Article 500 (4 CEU) Classified Locations This Class is an overview of Hazardous or classified locations and the NEC requirements for installations. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
Sep
15
Tue
2020
8:00 am PLT AND 2020 NEC Part 2 @ Cassidy Technologies
PLT AND 2020 NEC Part 2 @ Cassidy Technologies
Sep 15 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
420190580 THE PLT AND THE 2020 NEC PART 2 (4 CEU) Highlighting additional parts of the code that concerns the installation of Technology Systems. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
Oct
15
Thu
2020
8:00 am Class 2 and Class 3 Circuits NEC... @ TBA
Class 2 and Class 3 Circuits NEC... @ TBA
Oct 15 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
20170417 Class 2 and Class 3 Circuits NEC 725 (4 CEU) This class is a 4 hour CEU NEC code class.  This class includes the changes and the additions to the code for 2017.  Including the changes as they relate to PoE and other power and listing changes. Other topics include control and signal circuits, …

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Nov
10
Tue
2020
8:00 am NEC Chapter 8 2017 @ TBA
NEC Chapter 8 2017 @ TBA
Nov 10 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
20170554 NEC Chapter 8 2017 (4 CEU) This is an in depth review of Chapter 8 including Articles, 800  communications, 810, Antennae installation requirements, 820 Radio and Television Antennae’s, 830 Network powered broadband, and 840 Premise powered Broadband. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.

Regular and associate members of MNESTA enjoy the benefits of complimentary training. This training allows members to stay informed on the latest technologies and practices, while maintaining necessary continuing education credits (CEUs) for individual state licenses.

What does training look like?

Training sessions are usually 2 to 4 hours and include either CEU certified NEC training, or CEU certified training that pertain to the latest technological advances in security and life safety.  Both webinar and class rooms settings are available at different times and often classes are offered prior to events so members can take advantage of the training and participate in the scheduled event with one trip.   The NEC classes are taught by a certified instructor while general CEU classes are taught by associate members that are certified and accredited by the State.

Training is crucial for your professional license

This member benefit is crucial in maintaining a license to conduct business in Minnesota.  All security companies are required by law to make sure that their employees maintain their licenses through certified continuing education.  This is one way that MNESTA membership pays for itself.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity; it is part of the benefit
of being a member of MNESTA!
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