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.

Please click here to view/print the 2023 Winter/Spring Education Schedule.



Electric Vehicle Chargers               

Wednesday, February 1, 2023
Webinar (Zoom)
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Rich VanWert

CEUs/PDHs:
2 for Philadelphia, New Jersey and 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 OverviewJoin instructor,  Rich VanWert as he discusses on how to select the correct charger, determine the EV charger location, size the conductors and overcurrent protection for the branch circuit.  

NEC: Article 625


Bonding of other Metal Piping which involves CSST and more (NEW)              

Wednesday, February 22, 2023
Webinar (Zoom)
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Jim Dollard

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 two-hour program will focus on the requirements of section 250.104, which requires bonding of metal water piping, other metal piping (including gas piping) and structural metal. Included in this course, is an in-depth review of 2018 ICC (and other codes/standards) requirements for bonding (or not to bond) corrugated stainless steel tubing (CSST) that is commonly used in dwelling units.  


Dissecting “Low-Voltage” Requirements (NEW)        

Wednesday, March 1, 2023
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 OverviewThis webinar will cover the code requirements for low-voltage installations primarily located in Article 725 of the NEC®. This will include determining the classification of low-voltage systems, cabling, installation, and location considerations. In many cases, these systems are grouped together without fully being aware of the differences. Join us for what is anticipated to be an eye opener.


Transformer Conducting Sizing, Minimum OCPD & Grounding

Wednesday, March 15, 2023
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: This two-hour webinar covered 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


Optional Standby Systems

Wednesday, March 22, 2023
Webinar (Zoom)
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Rich VanWert

CEUs/PDHs:
2 for Philadelphia, New Jersey and 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:  This webinar will demonstrate how to size the generator correctly and what factors influence the final choice of kW size. Students will also learn to install according to the manufacturer specifications and applicable NEC rules will be explained. 

NEC Article 702


Grounding & Bonding               

Wednesday, April 12, 2023
Webinar (Zoom)
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Rich VanWert

CEUs/PDHs:
2 for Philadelphia, New Jersey and 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:  The differences between grounding and bonding will be discussed. The correct methods for doing both grounding and bonding along with the NEC regulations and updates will be presented. Systems included in this class are service entrance equipment, branch circuits, and feeders to sub-panels. This course is second only to NFPA 70E when it comes to keeping people safe.

 NEC: Article 250


Calculations Conductor Ampacity, Derating & Conduit Fill               

Wednesday, April 26, 2023
Webinar (Zoom)
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor:  Jim Dollard

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 webinar takes the student through all the basic requirements for conductor ampacity and derating to determine allowable ampacities and overcurrent protection.  Additionally, raceway fill will be addressed with the requirements of Chapter 9 and permissive material in Annex C.


Basic Design: Meeting Code Requirements While Saving Money (New)           

Wednesday, May 10, 2023
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 webinar has been developed to help electrical contractors save money and time by providing alternative approaches to a code compliant installation. As most of us know, the NEC® is not a design manual. It is, however, a standard developed for safe installations. Code compliance does not need to translate to “expensive”. It is possible to comply with code requirements using available alternatives, but first you need to know them. In this day and age of supply chain issues, joining us may help you gain an advantage by using basic design options.



Residential Electric               

Wednesday, June 7, 2023
Webinar (Zoom)
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor: 
Ernie Davis

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: Need a refresher? Join Ernie Davis as he reviews the 2017 NEC changes for residential occupancy, GFCI, AFCI , branch circuit requirements, kitchen counter top receptacles requirements, E.V. receptacles, grounding, bonding of other piping systems, etc.


2020 NEC Code Changes              

Wednesday, June 21, 2023
Webinar (Zoom)
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.
Instructor: 
Rich VanWert

CEUs/PDHs:
2 for Philadelphia, New Jersey and 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:  Presenting the new rules that went into effect with the 2020 NEC.  AFCI’s, GFCI’s, tamper resistant receptacles, generators, generator installation, solar photovoltaic, multi-wire circuit protection and much more will be covered. All this information is imperative for the electrician working in the field or the office.  Learn what you need to know to meet the NEC rules. 

NEC:  2020



Course schedule subject to change.

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