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Electrical Inspectors Announces National Electrical Code Continuing Education in Savannah October 10-13 - The IAEI Southern Section will hold an annual meeting and continuing education seminars in Savannah. These seminars are great for electrical inspectors and anyone else who needs CEU’s
Electrical Inspectors Announces National Electrical Code Continuing Education in Savannah October 10-13

 

NewswireToday - /newswire/ - Savannah, GA, United States, 2010/09/30 - The IAEI Southern Section will hold an annual meeting and continuing education seminars in Savannah. These seminars are great for electrical inspectors and anyone else who needs CEU’s.

   
 
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Savannah will host the 82nd Annual IAEI Southern Section Meeting and Code Conference. The conference will be held October 10-13, 2010 at the Marriott Savannah Riverfront Hotel. For conference information, please see the Section website or on the Georgia IAEI website.

IAEI educational sessions are the very best available, interactive classrooms with industry experts ad NEC code panelists. This year’s sessions will include Analysis of the 2011 National Electrical Code and other topics. For the latest information about the NEC 2011 and the future of electrical issues this will be the most important meeting this year. Also, there will be Code Panel Discussions are on a variety of NEC topics where attendees will also have an opportunity to submit questions from the floor.

Roger McDaniel of Georgia Power is the Georgia chapter International Association of Electrical Inspectors Secretary/Treasurer, and has been active for years in Continuing Education for electrical industry professionals. Contractors, Engineers and Inspectors across Georgia have been relying on Roger and his team for NEC classes, and opportunities to meet and discuss important issues in electrical safety and construction. Don Belflower, an Electrical Inspector with the City of Dublin is this year’s Chapter President. Don can be contacted at 478-277-5071. Roger can be contacted at 770-603-5309.

At our tradeshow, you can see the latest innovations in electrical products and components, and get to ask questions about these products that no one buying something in a store or merely seeing installed would ever get to ask. Find out about product certification, see demonstrations, find out how new products and services relate to the NEC.

The IAEI Southern Section includes Oklahoma, NC, VA, GA, TX, FL, SC, TN, LA, MS and AL. IAEI members include electrical and building inspectors, electrical contractors, engineers, utility engineers, testing laboratory inspectors and technicians, electrical equipment and component manufacturing specialists and more. The IAEI regularly submits code change proposals, and is one of the most active chapters in the Southeast. Many proposals from the IAEI Southern Section end up being adopted as Code.

For meeting invitation, registration and forms, go to iaei.org/southern or on iaeigeorgia.org/.

 
 
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