Current Schedule

EAP hosts webinars with continuing education credits that qualify in the following jurisdictions:

  • Delaware
  • New Jersey
  • Philadelphia
  • Pennsylvania (Electrical Inspectors, Engineers)

We also offer IEEE Professional Development Hours for select courses.

As always, check with your credentialing authority to ensure acceptance prior to sitting for the course.

PA UCC: Permits – Codes – Enforcement (New!)

Wednesday, September 21, 2022
Webinar (Zoom)
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Marc Faulkner

CEUs/PDHs:
2 for Philadelphia
2 for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspectors
2 for PEs approved by IEEE*

Fees:
$75.00/student for EAP members
$95.00/student for non-EAP members
*$25.00/student for IEEE PDH certificate

Registration

Course Overview:  
This class will review the Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code (PA UCC) in general and provide an overall view of the role of the Review and Advisory Council (RAC) in the code adoption process. Information on final state-wide code adoption will be presented and include specifics on local enforcement. The differences between an opt-in (electing to locally enforce the PA UCC) and opt-out (electing to not locally enforce the PA UCC) municipality will be briefly covered. The presentation will also include procedures and links necessary to determine permit requirements and research changes and/or amendments to the PA UCC that may exist at the local level. The duties of the Building Code Official and roles of the third-party agencies will also be covered. Applicable codes: Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code, 2018 International Building Code

Based on the 2017 NEC


Transformer Conductor Sizing, Minimum OCPD & Grounding
(New!)

Wednesday, November 9, 2022
Webinar (Zoom)
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Ralph Goldsborough

CEUs/PDHs:
2 for Philadelphia
2 for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspectors
2 for PEs approved by IEEE*

Fees:
$75.00/student for EAP members
$95.00/student for non-EAP members
*$25.00/student for IEEE PDH certificate

Registration

Course Overview:    Article 110.9 (Interrupting Rating); Article 240.4 (Overcurrent Protection); Table 240.6A, Article 240.21C (Tap Conductors); Table 250.66
(Note 2), Table 310.15(B) 15 Conductors and Table 450.3B Transformer Overcurrent Protection.

Based on the 2017 NEC 


Residential Electric – One and Two Family Dwelling

Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Webinar (Zoom)
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Rich Van Wert

CEUs/PDHs:
2 for Philadelphia, Delaware and New Jersey
2 for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspectors
2 for PEs approved by IEEE*

Fees:
$75.00/student for EAP members
$95.00/student for non-EAP members
*$25.00/student for IEEE PDH certificate

Registration

Course Overview:  

Tamper resistant, weather resistant, and split-wire receptacles will all be discussed. Electric services, solar PV, optional standby systems and safety will be covered. Appliance disconnects will be included in the program as well as information pertaining to permits, inspections and licensing.

Based on the 2017 NEC 


Common Violations

Wednesday, December 7, 2022
Webinar (Zoom)
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Ralph Goldsborough

CEUs/PDHs:
2 for Philadelphia, Delaware
2 for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspectors
2 for PEs approved by IEEE*

Fees:
$75.00/student for EAP members
$95.00/student for non-EAP members
*$25.00/student for IEEE PDH certificate

Registration

Course Overview:  Join electrical inspector and instructor, Ralph Goldsborough, to review some of the most common residential code violations to make sure you don't make the same costly mistakes in the field.  This session will place special focus on Article 210 of the National Electrical Code.

Based on the 2017 NEC 

Continuing Education


Education at Your Fingertips
EAP currently offers 2-hour webinars to meet the needs of busy professionals.

Fees:
2 Hour Webinars: $75.00 Members / $95.00 Non-members
IEEE PDH: Additional $25.00 per student 

Education Refund Policy:
EAP classes/webinars are held based on projected attendance therefore once a student registers, there are no refunds. However, there are a few exceptions to this policy. If class is cancelled or postponed by EAP, EAP will issue refunds in the case that the new date is not suitable for the student. If an extreme circumstance arises for the student, such as a death in the immediate family, severe illness, etc., a refund will be processed. A decision will be made on a case-by-case basis by the Executive Director. EAP will allow a company to substitute a student (e.g. change the registrant to someone else in the company) without penalty.

Questions? Contact: Mair Malfara (215) 870-7143