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Electrical Training ALLIANCE - What We Have Here is a Failure to Terminate Webinar - Tuesday, May 12, 2020 | 6:00-7:30 PM ET


The electrical training ALLIANCE is offering remote learning opportunities from their Training Partners each Tuesday. This webinar by Ideal Industries will discuss how electrical equipment manufacturers have specified torquing requirements for electrical connections long before the release of the 2017 NEC. So, why does the NEC now specify the need the use calibrated torque tools on electrical connections, as given in article 110.14 (D)? This session examines the need, procedures, variables and tools required to help you answer the question...“How tight is right”?

Speaker: Ned Johns

Ned serves as the Training Manager for IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC., a 104-year-old American Company that manufactures premium Electrical products, tools, and testers for the Electrical Industry. He is a Journeyman and technical instructor in two different trades. His original trade experience, as a Heavy equipment Mechanic and Machinist, lasted for over 22 years. Desiring a new career opportunity, Ned began his 5-year electrical apprenticeship at age 40. Currently, he maintains his Journeyman Electrician certification, has also been a credentialed electrical apprenticeship instructor for more than 13 years, and holds an NFPA CESCP certification.

Since 2017, he has been with IDEAL INDUSTRIES providing technical instruction and support to National Training Partners across the U.S.A. Along with working with the etA nationally and with IBEW / NECA – JATCs locally, Ned provides direct support to electrical contractors & other IDEAL End-users.

Click here to register now! Participants can register through the link by filling in the *Required Fields* and checking the box. After registering, we recommend adding the webinar to your calendar. This webinar is being provided by the electrical training ALLIANCE and is complimentary to NECA members.