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  • The 2015 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, contains over 180 updates and revisions – the most comprehensive set of changes ever. The 23rd edition features new and extensively updated sections applying to emerging technology, renewable energy sources including solar & wind, new requirements for electric vehicle charging, and much more. Now more than ever, it's imperative that you understand the key changes to the Code and how they will impact your ability to perform electrical installations in the safest and most cost effective manner while remaining in compliance to new or modified Code requirements as they're adopted into legislation by jurisdictions across Canada throughout 2015.

  • This course provides updates made to CSA B149.1-15 and CSA B149.2-15 Propane storage and handling code.

  • Developed in partnership with ESA.

    Last updated October 1, 2017

  • The 2015 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, contains over 180 updates and revisions – the most comprehensive set of changes ever. The 23rd edition features new and extensively updated sections applying to emerging technology, renewable energy sources including solar & wind, new requirements for electric vehicle charging, and much more. Now more than ever, it's imperative that you understand the key changes to the Code and how they will impact your ability to perform electrical installations in the safest and most cost effective manner while remaining in compliance to new or modified Code requirements as they're adopted into legislation by jurisdictions across Canada throughout 2015.

  • The competency exam will challenge the instructor based on requirements noted in the Train the Trainer course. It should be at least include 50 questions or more and be technically assessed prior to release.

  • The train the trainer course will orient and inform potential program instructors. It will take the form of a complete review of the course on Day 1 and then deliver program orientation details, teaching strategies and open discussions to prepare the instructor to write the competency exam and ultimately to successfully deliver the course.

  • Prepare for the final Certificate of Qualification exam. This tool with more than 1,500 sample questions based on the 2009 Canadian Electrical Code, covers each block, task and sub-task in the HRDC Occupational Analysis for the Construction Electrician.

  • The 2012 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, contains over 180 updates and revisions – the most comprehensive set of changes ever. The 22nd edition features new and extensively updated sections applying to emerging technology, renewable energy sources including solar & wind, new requirements for electric vehicle charging, and much more. Now more than ever, it's imperative that you understand the key changes to the Code and how they will impact your ability to perform electrical installations in the safest and most cost effective manner while remaining in compliance to new or modified Code requirements as they're adopted into legislation by jurisdictions across Canada throughout 2012.
  • This online course is a requirement for Electrical Group A Safety Codes Officers working in Alberta. It provides details of 2009 Canadian Electrical Code - Part I aspects, which have been added, deleted, amended or clarified. This course does not include a copy of the standard. By enrolling in this course you consent to your information being shared with the Safety Codes Council. For certification, students must review the full course and complete all of the self-test questions.
  • This online course is a requirement for Electrical Group A Safety Codes Officers working in Alberta. It provides details of 2009 Canadian Electrical Code - Part I aspects, which have been added, deleted, amended or clarified. This course does not include a copy of the standard. By enrolling in this course you consent to your information being shared with the Safety Codes Council. For certification, students must review the full course and complete all of the self-test questions.
  • The 2012 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, contains over 180 updates and revisions – the most comprehensive set of changes ever. The 22nd edition features new and extensively updated sections applying to emerging technology, renewable energy sources including solar & wind, new requirements for electric vehicle charging, and much more. Now more than ever, it's imperative that you understand the key changes to the Code and how they will impact your ability to perform electrical installations in the safest and most cost effective manner while remaining in compliance to new or modified Code requirements as they're adopted into legislation by jurisdictions across Canada throughout 2012.

    This course is approved by Alberta Safety Codes as meeting re-certification requirements for Master Electricians and Safety Codes Officers

  • The Online Pre-Master Electrician Course is designed to expand the knowledge and skills of Electricians and assist Electricians and other persons, who are qualified to be licensed (P.Eng, CET, C-Tech), in preparing to write the Master Electrician Examination. The course references specific sections of the Ontario Electrical Safety Code, other pertinent legislation, electrical calculations, and trade and business practices.

  • This is a FREE 2-day trial of the Online Pre-Master Electrician Course. Take your time to explore the great resources this online course has to offer and proceed to register for the full course when you are ready.

    To access this free course, please contact training@csagroup.org

  • As an employer, you have a legal duty to protect your workers from workplace hazards. Shock and arc flash are potentially catastrophic events that can cause severe or fatal injuries. This on-line training course is designed to assist organizations to identify shock and arc flash hazards and prevent injuries and incidents associated with those hazards.

  • As an employer, you have a legal duty to protect your workers from workplace hazards. Shock and arc flash are potentially catastrophic events that can cause severe or fatal injuries. This on-line training course is designed to assist organizations to identify shock and arc flash hazards and prevent injuries and incidents associated with those hazards.

    Course content developed by Schneider Electric Canada
    This course will take approximately 3.5 hours