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Current Schedule

EAP has an exciting and dynamic fall education series 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.

2020 Fall Webinar Schedule


Electrical Project Estimating »
One- & Two-Family Dwelling Units »

2020 Fall Virtual Classes

All courses this fall will be hosted via Zoom.

Course Fees:
2 Hour Webinars: $65.00 Members / $85.00 Non-members
4 Hour Webinars: $115.00 Members / $130.00 Non-members
IEEE PDH – will incur an additional $25.00 per student

Questions? Contact:
Mair Malfara
(610) 825-1600, extension 12



Electrical Project Estimating

Wednesday, December 9, 2020
8:00 am – 10:10 am
Instructor: Rich Van Wert
$65.00 per EAP Member/$85.00 per non-member

  • 2 CEUs for Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware
  • 2 CEUs for PA Electrical Inspectors
  • 2 PDHs for PEs approved by IEEE (additional $25)

Register 

Course Overview:
Join in on this class to learn the basic philosophy of estimating. What kind of job needs a full estimate? What is the trick to avoid spending forty hours a week estimating and not landing any jobs? Do you need to use computerized estimating in your line of work?? Join in on this class and get important question answered. The course goal is to help the contractor by showing how to stay on track and not waste time.

Feel free to submit questions that you want specifically answered ahead of time to electric@eap.org.


One & Two Family Dwelling Units

Thursday, December 17, 2020
8:00 am – 10:10 am
Instructor: Michal Hofkin
$65.00 per EAP Member/$85.00 per non-member

  • 2 CEUs for Philadelphia, Delaware and NJ
  • 2 CEUs for PA Electrical Inspectors
  • 2 PDHs for PEs approved by IEEE (additional $25)

Register

Course Overview:
Learn some of the key requirements associated with the wiring of dwelling units. The code is full of pitfalls pertaining to the wiring of our living spaces. Call backs cost money – why not get the knowledge to do it right the first time?