2015 Canadian Electrical Code

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This on-line course provides a quick overview of the latest changes to the 2015 Canadian Electrical Code and the 2015 Saskatchewan Interpretations booklet. Some major revisions were made in the 2015 CEC, including the expansion of arc-fault requirements in dwelling units, changes to Table 6 and Table 9 for conduit fill, and further changes to the termination temperature requirements in Rule 4-006.

As well, the alternate methods of grounding and bonding on electrical services that were first presented in the 2012 Interpretations, are now being enforced as mandatory requirements for the Province of Saskatchewan.

The course is split into 19 sections. Click on the section title to open each one up, and then use the scroll bar on the right hand side to scroll down through the pages. Once you have finished reading through the section click on the green "Next" button in the bottom right hand corner to proceed.

At the end of the course there is a short 10 question quiz on the content of this on-line training session.

Course Contents

1 Quiz
19 PDFs
1.0 hr