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Detailed Overview of Changes – 2018 Canadian Electrical Code
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The 2018 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I contains many critical updates and major changes that are potentially of significance to your business. Your time is valuable and this course is designed to provide you with an update on all detailed changes contained in the new edition - saving you time by efficiently getting the information you need.
Designed for professionals with a good working knowledge of the CE Code, Part I, and who only need to know the changes to the new edition, this course offered several formats such as: Online, in-class or onsite at your location, provides a comprehensive overview of the key changes in the 2018 edition.By focusing on these changes, this course will help you save valuable time to help keep your electrical projects safe and in compliance.
- Enhance your working knowledge of the 2018 CE Code, Part I, with a detailed review of all changes, updates, new tables, definitions, and additions across all sections of the code as well as the latest jurisdictional interpretations and variations
- Understand how the latest changes impact electrical installations, maintenance, and safety.
- Discover the rationale behind these changes and additions – including how the incorporation of new technologies, and the deletions of sections and rules can have an impact on your business.
Who Should Attend?
- All professionals and apprentices in the electrical industry interested in learning detailed code changes and updates (All markets).
- Electricians (Construction & Industrial)
- Construction Professionals (Estimators, inspectors, manager)
- Engineers (Electrical, mechanical, industrial)
- Electrical technologists and technicians
- Manufacturing Professionals (Managers, Eng)
- Electrical mechanics
- Utility managers
- Electrical apprentices
- Trade qualifiers
- Electrical trainers, teachers & educators
C22.1-18 2018 Canadian Electrical Code
Learn More About the Canadian Electrical Code
Developed with input from a broad cross-section of electrical industry experts and with cooperation from all provinces, territories and several key jurisdictions across Canada, the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I is an integral part of the Canadian Electrical Safety System. Jurisdictions across Canada adopt the code as a model code for regulation, as is or with provincial or territorial interpretations.
Bill has been in the electrical industry for over 50 years. He received his Electrical Journey Person License in 1968 and worked for several Electrical Contractors before starting with Manitoba Hydro in 1971. In 1976 he started as an Electrical Inspector for Manitoba Hydro working the area from Winnipeg to the US border. He became supervisor of Electrical Inspectors in 1993.
In 2000- 2006 – He was the Chief Electrical Inspector at Manitoba Hydro representing Manitoba Hydro on the Advisory Council on Electrical Safety and the Provincial Licensing Board. He worked with other inspection authorities across Canada to develop consistent interpretations and application to the Electrical Code. He is a past director of the Education committee with Manitoba Electric League, also past president Canadian section International Association Electrical Inspectors IAEI.
He is a representative on several code committees of the CEC Part 1 and, from 2006 to present, an instructor for CSA Learning Centre on Electrical Code related training.
Don is President of Donald R McNichol Consulting Inc., which provides consultation services, develops courses, and trains electricians, engineers, electrical contractors and inspectors across Canada.
Don has provided his expertise to associations such as the International Association of Electrical Inspectors, the Electrical Skills Board of Ontario, the Ontario Electrical Contractors Association of Ontario, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Ontario Electric League, Waterloo Regional Electric League, Waterloo District School Board, and the Electrical Apprenticeship Program at Conestoga College.
Don has held positions with Ontario Hydro Electrical Inspection and the Electrical Safety Authority as an inspector, supervisor, code information specialist, and plan reviewer. Prior to electrical inspection, he was involved in commercial, institutional, industrial and residential projects as an electrician, supervisor, estimator, project manager and an electrical contractor.
Dave J. Heron
Dave Heron is a Certified Electrical Inspector, by the International Association of Electrical Inspectors with extensive experience in the electrical industry including: Sixteen years Technical Advisor with the Electrical Safety Authority, nine years supervising Electrical Inspector with the Electrical Safety Authority, three years Journeyman Electrical Inspector with the Electrical Safety Authority and ten years as a Senior Estimator, and Project Coordinator.
Dave is an active member of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors since 1987. Dave has provided technical support for electrical inspectors, contractors and electrical designers. He has also served as a lliaison for ESA and the various Field Evaluation Agencies accredited by Standards Council of Canada operating in the province of Ontario.
Dave has worked as a member and chairman in several electrical related organizations such as: IAEI Electrical Inspector Certification Board Canadian Section, and Chairman, Examination Committee, IAEI Canadian Section.
Dave is affiliated with the International Association of Electrical Inspectors, Canadian Association of Fire Investigators and Ontario Electric League.
Virginia Pohler is a Red Seal Construction Maintenance (309A) and Industrial (442A) Electrician, Master Electrician, Industrial Electronics Technician, Certified Canadian Electrical Inspector and Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator. She has a range of industry experience including commercial, institutional, power generation, and heavy industrial construction. She has worked as a project foreman in the automotive sector, as a college professor teaching electrical apprenticeship at Fanshawe College and Conestoga College, for CSA Group as a full time electrical trainer and consultant and for the Electrical Safety Authority as an Inspector and electrical trainer. She now works in the private sector doing electrical training and consulting with Donald R. McNichol Consulting Inc.