Class Registration Form “Preparing For The NC SP

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Class Registration Form
“Preparing For The NC SP-FA/LV Electrical Examination”
SMC Training Facility
2501 Blue Ridge Rd., Suite 430
Raleigh, NC 27607
Instructor: Kile Unterzuber, CPP, SET, CFPS
(additional course description on reverse side of form)
NCBEEC Approved CE Course #1010810 (SP-FA/LV Classification)
This course, when offered during fiscal year 2012-2013, meets the requirements of
the North Carolina Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors for 8 contact hours of
continuing education credit. This course is not sponsored by the Board.
Class Sessions Start at 8:00 AM and End at 5:00 PM (lunch not provided)
Jan. 24, 2013
Feb. 26, 2013
March 28, 2013
April 29, 2013
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Class Fee: $295.00 per student
CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations more than 10 business days before class date receive a
full refund. Cancellations within 10 business days of class date receive credit for future classes.
Please make checks payable to Security Management Consulting, Inc.
Send or Fax Completed Form with Payment to:
Security Management Consulting
2501 Blue Ridge Road, Suite 430
Raleigh, NC 27607
Fax: 919-510-0037
For more information visit www.secmgt.com, or call 919-788-9200.
“Preparing for the North Carolina SP-FA/LV Electrical Examination”
2012-2013 Edition
NCBEEC Approved CE Course #1010810
Course Author and Instructor: Kile Unterzuber, CPP, SET, CFPS
NC License #10173-SP-FA/LV
Course Format: Eight (8) hours direct classroom contact.
Course Description: This course reviews subject areas of the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70)
applicable to the North Carolina SP-FA/LV (Special Fire Alarm/Low-Voltage) license classification
examination, as well as the administrative requirements of the NCBEEC and the use of the National Fire
Alarm Code (NFPA 72). The course emphasizes Code requirements that may not be familiar to the
typical installer of low-voltage and power-limited circuits for security and fire alarm systems, but that are
important for successfully taking the qualifying examination. These areas include:
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Calculating conductor ampacity;
Calculating conduit fill;
Calculating box fill;
Identifying conductors for specific applications;
Identifying and providing overcurrent protection for power-limited circuits; and
National Fire Alarm Code (NFPA 72-2007)
Please note that the SP-LV license classification was changed, effective January, 2010, to the SP-FA/LV
classification and that there are now 15 questions about fire alarm systems on the examination.
Students completing the course should have a better understanding of installation and wiring methods
for these systems, including requirements from other important NEC Articles. It will help people who
need to pass the examination, as well as those who simply need a general review course. This course
covers the relevant sections of the NEC in great detail and is very fast-paced.
References:
NFPA 70, National Electrical Code (2011)
NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm Code (2007)
Title 21 NCAC 18B
Business and Project Management for Contractors (NC Edition)
Presentation Method: Instructor using MS PowerPointď›› presentation.
Handouts: Each registered student will receive a bound copy of handouts that includes printed black
and white copies of all presentation slides and a course outline; a copy of the relevant sections of the
NCAC; and an extensive set of practice examination questions, along with a practice questions answer
key with references.
Requirements: Some previous familiarity with the NEC. It is strongly recommended that students bring
a copy of the 2011 National Electrical Code and the 2007 National Fire Alarm Code to class in order to
participate in exercises and discussion.
Continuing Education: This course, when offered during fiscal year 2012-2013, meets the
requirements of the North Carolina Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors for 8 contact hours of
continuing education credit. This course is not sponsored by the Board. (CE credit is only available for
current licensees in the SP-FA/LV license classification.)
Rev. 12-6-2012
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