Current Schedule

EAP has an exciting and dynamic winter-spring education series with continuing education credits that qualify in the following jurisdictions:

  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • New Jersey
  • Maryland
  • 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.

All courses are currently held via Zoom.  Download the 2021 Winter-Spring Schedule-at-a-Glance here.

2021 Winter-Spring Virtual Classes

Course Fees:
2 Hour Webinars: $75.00 Members / $95.00 Non-members

4 Hour Webinars: $130.00 Members / $145.00 Non-members

IEEE PDH: Additional $25.00 per student 

Group rates for member companies are now available! 

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


2021 Winter-Spring Webinar Schedule

Navigating the National Electric Code Book

Saturday, February 27, 2021
Time:  8:00 a.m. – 10:10 a.m.
Instructor: Ralph Goldsborough
$75.00/student for EAP members, $95.00/student for non-EAP members

  • 2 CEUs for Philadelphia

Individual Registration


Group Registration Rates
3-5 attendees: $64/student (15% discount)
6-10 attendees: $60/student (20% discount)

Group Registration

Course Overview: How do you quickly navigate the NEC to locate a requirement? Are you using the proper terminology to locate the requirement, or are you using slang terms, resulting in wasted time? If you are an electrical installer, this webinar is for you! Join us as Electrical Inspector and Instructor, Ralph Goldsborough, assists attendees with getting to the right answer quickly using tables and proper terminology.


Residential Electric

Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Time:  8:00 a.m. – 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Rich Van Wert
 
$75.00/student for EAP members, $95.00/student for non-EAP members

  • 2 CEUs for Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware
  • 2 CEUs for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspectors

Individual Registration


Group Registration Rates
3-5 attendees: $64/student (15% discount)
6-10 attendees: $60/student (20% discount)

Group Registration

Course Overview: No matter how long you have been working in the field, you can always benefit from a refresher on regulations and requirements!  A complete overview of all GFCI and AFCI requirements will be provided in addition to a discussion on tamper resistant, weather resistant, and split-wire receptacles. Additional topics that will be covered include electric services, solar PV, optional standby systems and safety program in addition to information pertaining to permits, inspections and licensing.


Analysis of Changes, 2020 NEC
Chapters One, Two, Three and Four

Wednesday, March 24, 2021
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 12:20 p.m.
Instructor:  Michal Hofkin
Fees: $130/student for EAP members/$145/student for non-EAP members
*$25.00/student for IEEE certificate

  • 4 CEUs for Philadelphia, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland
  • 4 CEUs for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspector
  • 4 PDHs for PEs approved by IEEE* (additional $25)

Individual Registration


Group Registration Rates
3-5 attendees: $110.50/student (15% discount)
6-10 attendees: $104/student (20% discount)

Group Registration

Course Overview: This course covers the changes in the 2020 NEC, definitions, marking of disconnects, AFCI & GFCI rules, the six-disconnect rule, and new grounding rules are all explained in detail. Students will receive a true ANALYSIS of the changes, allowing them to fully appreciate the impact of the new code on their bids and installations. Exceptional graphics and expert commentary provide maximum information in minimal time.

Chapters Three and Four - Conduit bodies & fittings, Conductors, Box Fill, Ampacity Adjustments, Receptacle Replacements, Bathroom and TR rules, and Closet & Recessed Lighting rules will all be explained in detail.


Commercial Electric    

Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Time:  8:00 a.m. – 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Rich Van Wert
$75.00/student for EAP members, $95.00/student for non-EAP members
*$25.00/student for IEEE certificate

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

Individual Registration


Group Registration Rates
3-5 attendees: $64/student (15% discount)
6-10 attendees: $60/student (20% discount)

Group Registration

Course Overview: The most common and important rules regarding commercial wiring systems will be covered during this course. Students will be brought up to speed on GFCI and AFCI rules. Romex uses will be reviewed along with the more common EMT, PVC and rigid conduit installations. Partial list of subjects to be covered includes branch circuit ampacity and conductor sizing, HVAC and refrigeration disconnect rules, box and raceway sizing, feeders and voltage drop, safety clothing and safe working methods, required power outlets and lighting outlets, transformer installations, luminaire retrofits, LED lighting, separately derived systems and more.


Generators and Emergency Systems

Wednesday, April 14, 2021
8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Ralph Goldsborough
$75.00/student for EAP members, $95.00/student for non-EAP members

  • 2 CEUs for Philadelphia  
  • 2 CEUs for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspectors

Individual Registration


Group Registration Rates
3-5 attendees: $64/student (15% discount)
6-10 attendees: $60/student (20% discount)

Group Registration

Course Overview: The focus of this course will be a discussion of Overcurrent Protection, Feeder and Branch Circuits of Generators and Emergency Systems according to The 2017 National Electrical Code.


Lighting - Requirements  

Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Time:  8:00 a.m. – 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Michal Hofkin
$75.00/student for EAP members, $95.00/student for non-EAP members

  • 2 CEUs for Philadelphia, Maryland
  • 2 CEUs for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspectors

Individual Registration


Group Registration Rates
3-5 attendees: $64/student (15% discount)
6-10 attendees: $60/student (20% discount)

Group Registration

Course Overview:  Lighting: We install it everywhere. On hard ceilings and in suspended ceilings. Indoors and out. In dry, damp, and wet locations. Some have built-in connection areas; others require a box to be provided. Luminaires for general illumination and luminaires for emergency egress. This class will review the basics and delve into many lesser known code requirements associated with luminaires (lighting). The student will learn about the many NEC requirements that pertain to the installation of lighting in various occupancies and for various purposes.

This class does not cover the energy code requirements associated with lighting


Overcurrent Protection Devices: Article 240 and New Article 242  

Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Time:  8:00 a.m. – 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Rich Van Wert
$75.00/student for EAP members, $95.00/student for non-EAP members
*$25.00/student for IEEE certificate

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

Individual Registration


Group Registration Rates
3-5 attendees: $64/student (15% discount)
6-10 attendees: $60/student (20% discount)

Group Registration

Course Overview: Attending this important class will go a long way towards helping the students make decisions and install correct overcurrent protection, whether fuses or circuit breakers.  Come and learn some of the intricacies for OCPDs – for services, feeders, branch circuits, and taps conductors.  Motor circuits and HVAC equipment will be included.  Protect the electric work installed with correct OCPD to keep the property safe and prevent putting your company in jeopardy.  Many worksites and employers make this certification a pre-requisite for working on site. Have your 2014, 2017, or 2020 NEC Book handy during this class.


Article 440 - Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Equipment

Wednesday, May 19, 2021
8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Ralph Goldsborough
$75.00/student for EAP members, $95.00/student for non-EAP members

  • 2 CEUs for Philadelphia  
  • 2 CEUs for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspectors

Individual Registration


Group Registration Rates
3-5 attendees: $64/student (15% discount)
6-10 attendees: $60/student (20% discount)

Group Registration

Course Overview: The focus of this course will be on electric driven air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment as well as the branch circuits and controllers for such equipment.  It provides for the special considerations necessary for circuits supplying hermetic refrigerant motor compressors and for any air-conditioning or refrigeration equipment that I supplied form a branch circuit that supplies a hermetic refrigerant motor compressor.


Grounding & Bonding 

Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Time:  8:00 a.m. – 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Rich Van Wert
$75.00/student for EAP members, $95.00/student for non-EAP members

  • 2 CEUs for Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware
  • 2 CEUs for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspectors

Individual Registration


Group Registration Rates
3-5 attendees: $64/student (15% discount)
6-10 attendees: $60/student (20% discount)

Group Registration

Course Overview: What is the difference between grounding and bonding?  Join this webinar as we explain the difference in addition to proper methods for doing both grounding and bonding.  This course will also review applicable NEC regulations and important updates.  Systems that will be covered during this course include service entrance equipment, branch circuits, and feeders to sub-panels.


Article 210 - Branch Circuit Requirements         

Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Time:  8:00 a.m. – 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Michal Hofkin
$75.00/student for EAP members, $95.00/student for non-EAP members

  • 2 CEUs for Philadelphia, Maryland
  • 2 CEUs for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspectors

Individual Registration


Group Registration Rates
3-5 attendees: $64/student (15% discount)
6-10 attendees: $60/student (20% discount)

Group Registration

Course Overview: Branch circuits deliver power from the final overcurrent device to most of the utilization equipment in all occupancies. Multi-wire Branch Circuits, Branch Circuits from different voltage systems, Disconnecting of Branch Circuits, AFCI & GFCI requirements, Ground Fault Protection of Equipment, Branch Circuit & Receptacle Ratings, Required Lighting Outlets, and more will be covered in this fast-paced presentation. It is critical to understand the requirements associated with these circuits that are an integral part of most electrical installations. The student will learn what the branch circuit requirements are and how to comply with them in the 2014 NEC.


Transformers  

Saturday, June 19, 2021
8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Ralph Goldsborough
$75.00/student for EAP members, $95.00/student for non-EAP members
*$25.00/student for IEEE certificate

  • 2 CEUs for Philadelphia and Delaware
  • 2 CEUs for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspectors
  • 2 PDHs for PEs approved by IEEE*    

Individual Registration


Group Registration Rates
3-5 attendees: $64/student (15% discount)
6-10 attendees: $60/student (20% discount)

Group Registration

Course Overview: This webinar will review the different kinds of transformers as well as overcurrent protection.  Topics include: outdoor branch circuits, feeders, overcurrent protection, ground fault, interrupting rating, services and AIC.


AFCI & GFCI Requirements for Dwelling Units  

Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Time:  6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Instructor:  Michal Hofkin
$75.00/student for EAP members, $95.00/student for non-EAP members

  • 2 CEUs for Philadelphia, Maryland
  • 2 CEUs for Pennsylvania Electrical Inspectors

Individual Registration


Group Registration Rates
3-5 attendees: $64/student (15% discount)
6-10 attendees: $60/student (20% discount)

Group Registration

Course Overview: This presentation focuses on the two types of special protections that are afforded to homeowners and renters within their living quarters: AFCI & GFCI protection. While GFCIs are commonplace, the NEC changes the rules regarding the areas that require this critical protection frequently. AFCIs are a newer technology and the NEC has once again expanded the areas that must have this high-tech circuit monitoring. The student can expect to understand the new rules that apply to dwelling units as they pertain to these safety devices that the 2014 NEC requires.