Course Description: All courses have been approved by NJ Board of Electrical Contractors for continuing education requirements. Generators Res. & Commercial -(4 hr) Backup power source selection, sizing and installation are the topics of this course. Topics include NEC compliance, as well as other code requirements, installation calculations and new technologies for backup generators. Solar Photovoltaics - (8 hr) One of the hottest new technologies around, solar photovoltaic panels are being installed in many industrial, residential and public facilities. This seminar discusses the technology and applications for solar photovoltaics, as well as installation techniques, tools, requirements and NEC compliance for solar photovoltaic applications. Electrical Safety - (8 hr) Electrical safety in the workplace, including the concepts of Hazard/Risk evaluation, shock, electrocution, arc flash, and arc blast are some of the topic to be discussed. Other topics include Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), incident energy calculations, safety-related maintenance requirements, Lockout/Tagout procedures and electrical safety programs. Motors & Motor Controls - (4 hr) A practical approach to a difficult topic makes this course an especially useful and effective tool for anyone who will install, monitor and/or maintain motors and motor controls. Motor installation per 2014 NEC requirements, circuit protection, control devices and circuits including motor starters to programmable controllers are covered as well as NEMA and IEC control components. VFDs - (4 hr) Variable frequency drive motors have become the most popular type of motor for new and existing applications because of their energy saving and soft-start capabilities. Many utilities are now offering rebates for the installation or retrofitting with VFDs. This seminar examines the proper selection, application and installation of VFDs. Transformers - (4 hr) Application, sizing, selection, overcurrent protection and installation of transformers as per 2014 NEC. Hazardous Locations- (4 hr) Wiring methods and procedures for classified locations, as per NEC. Includes definitions, classification requirements, zone classifications, wiring methods, materials and installation requirements. Calculations I -(4 hr) Learn to make your daily calculations fast and easy! This course includes fast and easy methods for conductor sizing, conduit sizing, ampacity requirements, overcurrent protection, motor loads, transformers, single phase and three phase circuits. Examples and real life practice situations will be given to show fast and easy methods for NEC compliance. Calculations II -(4 hr) Three phase circuits, transformer protection, inrush currents, harmonics, AISC ratings, short circuit analysis and protection relays will be the focus. A necessary course for the contractor that gets involved with jobs bigger than “repair jobs”, and for any contractor that wants to know more. Lighting I - (4 hr) Lighting requirements and lighting installation, as per 2014 NEC code. Includes lighting fixture specs, installation, interior lighting, circuit requirements, and more. Includes many practical examples to make the job look good! Energy code requirements and LED lighting will be a main focus. Lighting II - (4 hr) Lighting requirements and lighting installation, as per 2014 NEC code, this seminar focuses primarily on exterior lighting, and parking lot lighting. Includes many practical examples. Lighting retrofit and energy conservation will be focal points. Your instructor: Edward Osoliniec, PE Grounding & Bonding I - (4 hr) The first course on grounding and bonding that takes the confusion out of proper grounding and bonding requirements. Includes grounding requirements, grounding electrode installation and grounding and bonding of services. Based on the SOARES grounding manual, and the 2014 NEC. Grounding and Bonding II - (4 hr) Picks up where Grounding & Bonding I leaves off. Includes grounding conductor sizing, bonding requirements, bonding conductor sizing, raceway bonding requirements and equipment bonding. Requirements. Includes practical examples and calculation practice session. Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs - (4 hr) The proper 2014 NEC requirements for swimming pools, spa and hot tubs, will be shown, along with the proper electrical installation techniques required for code compliance. Estimating, Day 1 - (8 hr) Different estimating and bidding procedures, scope of work, takeoffs, establishing material costs and labor rates, overhead calculations and preparation of an estimate. Electric Vehicle Chargers - (4 hr) Electrical cars are here! The different types of charging systems, as well as planning, installataion reqirements and NEC requirements for electric vehicle charging systems will be presented. Overcurrent Protection Devices - (4 hr) If you are a Residential, Commercial or Industrial electrician, you must use overcurrent protection devices. But do you really understand the difference between curent limiting fuses, instantaneous circuit breakers, thermal-magnetic breakers, protective relays and all the other circuit protectin options? A complete understanding of the different overcurrent protecion devices and their proper application will be presented. Conduits & Raceways - (4 hr) Proper application, sizing, and installation of various types of conduits, raceways, pull boxes and junction boxes, including conductor selection, conduit fill requirements, and applications as per NEC requirements. Transformers and Power Distribution Workshop - (8 hr)Transformers and their associated wiring, as per the 2014 NEC, including transformer sizing, primary and secondary overcurrent protection sizing, and primary and secondary conductor and conduit sizing presented as a “hands-on” workshop where actual examples are presented in class, and solutions are found as a group. Bring your code book and a calculator! Reliable Power and UPs -(8 hr) Reliable power for commercial, industrial and residential applications is much more than just a backup generator. Reliable backup systems, focusing on UPSs applications and sizing as per NEC requirements will be presented. Service Calculations Workshop - (8hr) Residential, commercial and industrial service and feeder calculations in a “Hands-On” workshop style class as per new NEC requiremnts. A great course for the apprentice, as well as a refresher for the vereran contractor. Bring a calculator as well as your notebook. Wireless Control I - (4 hr) Z-wave, ZigBee and Bluetooth wireless switches, dimmers, and controllers for residential and commercialapplications are now mass marketed by all major electrical device manufactures. Tecnology savvy customerswant this technology. Get started with an underestanding of the technology as well as applications for this booming trend. Communications Wiring - (4 hr) NEC requirements and instalations techniques for audio, low voltage, class I, class II, class III and remote control wiring. Residential Electric Audits - (8 hr) Most homeowners find their electric bill the second highest monthly payment after their mortgage. There are many products on the market that claim to cut your client’s energy bill, but which ones really work? Energy efficient and green energy technologies for residential dwellings, including home automation techniques that really will save your client money and get you customers is the topic of this seminar. (Instructor #142) is involved in all aspects of electrical contracting, design, planning, project management and education. His background includes both bachelor degree in electrical engineering and a master degree in electrical engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a licensed P.E. and a licensed electrical contractor (license #8973) in the state of NJ. He is a CPE, Certified Professional Estimator certified by the American Society of Professional Estimators. He has 16 years of classroom teaching experience in Electrical Engineering Technology at colleges in NJ, including N.J.I.T. He currently has 4 patents pending for devices he developed related to the electrical power distribution industry. Edward has combined his talents as a P.E. and electrical contractor to operate a successful electrical contracting and design business. He consults for major corporations and municipalities for electrical systems design. In the past he presented code review courses for major corporations for considerably more money and right now the same courses are offered to the general public at discount prices. His age and contracting experience are not outdated. ™ | 908-494-1353 | Fax 732-748-1422 | www.ita-seminars.com Fall/Winter 2014/2015 • Take 20 hours and get 4 additional hours for free. A $99.00 value ! * New catalog every 3 months!! • Convenient registration at our website:: www.ita-seminars.com • Refreshments and coffee at each seminar. • All seminars are subject to cancellation or rescheduling. *( Doesn’t apply to 10 hour NEC Code Review ) • 10 hour code update only $135.00, included when you purches the whole package.($630) • We are approved in many states. Call for more info. New Topics: 1. Electric Vehicle Chargers - 4 hours * 2. Wireless Control I - 4 hours* 3. Service Calculations Workshop - 8 hours* 4. Communication Wiring - 4 hours* 5. Reliable Power and UPSs - 8 hours* 6. Transformers & Power Distribution Workshop - 8 hours* * course description on the other side and the website: www.ita-seminars.com 10 hour 20 14 NEC Electrical Code U pdat e Seminar 201 Updat pdate All courses have been approved by NJ Board of Electrical Contractors for continuing education requirements. TRENTON Ramada Inn Bordentown 1083 Rt. 206 N., Bordentown, 609-298-3200 Course # (B3-14) November 6, Thu., 8:00 am to 2:30 pm November 7, Fri., 8:00 am to 12:00 pm ** for additional 4 hours on Nov. 7 look for B15-2M (B4-14) March 21, Sat., 8:00 am to 4:00 pm March 22, Sun., 8:00 am to 11:00 am ** for additional 4 hours on March 22 look for B15-2OP TOMS RIVER Howard Johnson 955 Hooper Ave, Toms River, NJ 08753, 732-244-1000 Course # (TR2-14) January 17, Sat., 8:00 am to 4:00 pm January 18, Sun., 8:00 am to 11:00 am ** for additional 4 hours on Jan. 18 look for TR15-3G HAZLET Holiday Inn Hotel 2870 Highway 35, Hazlet, 732-888-2000 Course # (HT3-14) November 20, Thur., 8:00 am to 2:30 pm November 21, Fri., 8:00 am to 12:00 pm ** for additional 4 hours on Nov. 21 look for HT15-2G LINDEN Hampton Inn - Aviation Plaza 501 West Edgar Road @ Rt 1 & 9, Linden, 908-862-3222 Course # (L2-14) Nov. 1, Sat., 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Nov. 8, Sat., 8:00 am to 11:00 am for additional 4 hours on Nov. 8 look for L15-1HL ** BRIDGEWATER Days Inn 1260 US Highway 22, Bridgewater, (908) 526-9500 Course #: (BR2-14) December 15 and 16, Mon.& Tue., 6 pm to 11 pm (BR3-14) January 8, Thur., 8:00 am to 4:00 pm January 9, Fri., 8:00 am to 11:00 am for additional 4 hours on Jan. 9 look for BR15-1HL ** HACKETTSTOWN Comfort Inn 1925 Route 57 West, Hackettstown, NJ 908-813-8500 Course # (H2-14) March 7, Sat., 8:00 am to 4:00 pm March 8., Sun., 8:00 am to 11:00 am for additional 4 hours on March 8 look for H15-1VFD ** PARSIPPANY Days Inn Hotel 3159 Rt. 46 East, Parsippany, 973-335-0200 Course #: (P3-14) October 16, Thu., 8:00 am to 2:30 pm October 17, Fri., 8:00 am to 12:00 pm for additional 4 hours on Oct. 17 look for P15-2WCI (P4-14) March 16, Mon., 8:00 am to 4:00 pm March 17, Tue., 8:00 am to 11:00 pm for additional 4 hours on March 17 look for P15-1EVC ** ** SADDLE BROOK Holiday Inn 129 Phele Ave., Saddle Brook, 201-845-7800 Course # (SB1-14) October 24, Fri., 8:00 am to 4:00 pm October 25, Sat., 8:00 am to 11:00 am for additional 4 hours on Oct. 25 look for SB15-1G ** Each attendee is required to bring a 2014 NEC Code Book or recognized book of 2014 Code changes for the 10 hour 2014 NEC Code Review Seminar. For your convenience 2014 NEC Code Book and 2014 Illustrated Changes to the Code are available for sale at each seminar.. MONTVALE Courtyard by Marriott 100 Chesnut Ridge Rd., Montvale, 201-391-7700 Course # (MV1-14) February 7, Sat., 8:00 am to 4:00 pm February 8, Sun., 8:00 am to 11:00 am for additional 4 hours on Feb. 8 look for MV15-1OP ** 24 hour NJ Boar d Appr ov ed Seminar Board Appro Seminarss CHERRY HILL Quality Inn, Maple Shade BRIDGEWATER Days Inn 531 Rt. 38 W., Maple Shade, 856-235-6400 1260 US Highway 22, Bridgewater, (908) 526-9500 Course # (C15-1G) Generators Res. & Comm., Dec. 13, Sat., 8 am to 12 pm (C15-1CR)Conduits & Raceways, Dec. 13, Sat., 1 pm to 5 pm (C15-1EVC)Electric Vehicle Chargers, Dec. 20, Sat., 8 am to 12 pm (C15-1T) Transformers, Dec. 20, Sat., 1 pm to 5 pm Course # (BR15-3OP) Overcurrent Protection, Oct.14, Tue., 1 pm to 5 pm (BR15-2CR) Conduits & Raceways, Oct.14, Tue., 6 pm to 10 pm (BR15-2RP) Reliable Power, UPSs, Dec. 18, Thu., 8 am to 5 pm (BR15-1TP)Transformers & Power Distribution Workshop, Jan. 5, Mon., 8 am to 5 pm (BR15-1GBI) Grounding & Bonding I, Jan. 6, Tue., 8 am to 12 pm (BR15-1GBII)Grounding & Bonding II, Jan. 6, Tue., 1 pm to 5 pm (BR15-2G) Generators Res. & Comm, Jan. 7, Wed.,8 am to 12 pm (BR15-145) Pools, Spas & Hot Tubs, Jan. 7 , Wed., 1 pm to 5 pm (BR15-1HL) Hazardours Locations, Jan. 9, Fri., 12 pm to 4 pm TRENTON Ramada Inn Bordentown 1083 Rt. 206 N., Bordentown, 609-298-3200 Course # (B15-2ES) Electrical Safety, Oct. 28, Tue., 8 am to 5 pm (B15-1EI) Electrical Estimating I, Nov. 4, Tue., 8 am to 5 pm (B15-2M) Motors & Motor Controls, Nov. 7, Fri., 1 pm to 5 pm (B15-1CW) Communication Wiring, Jan. 24, Sat., 8 am to 12 pm (B15-1WC) Wireless Control , Jan. 24, Sat., 1 pm to 5 pm (B15-2SC) Service Calculations-Workshop, March 18, Wed.,8 to 5 (B15-345) Pools, Spas & Hot Tubs, March 19, Thu., 8 am to 12 pm (B15-1VFD)VFDs, March 19, Thu., 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm (B15-1LI) Lighting I, March 20, Fri., 8 am to 12 pm (B15-1LII) Lighting II, March 20, Fri., 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm (B15-2OP) Overcurrent Protection, March 22, Sun., 12 pm to 4 pm CLINTON Holiday Inn 111 Rt. 173, Clinton, 908-735-5111 Course #: (CN15-1LI) Lighting I, Dec. 6, Sat., 8 am to 12 pm (CN15-1LII) Lighting II, Dec. 6, Sat., 1 pm to 5 pm (CN15-1EVC)Electric Vehicle Chargers,Jan. 25, Sun., 8 am to 12 (CN15-1T) Transformers, Jan. 25, Sun., 1 pm to 5 pm (CN15-1ES) Electrical Safety, Jan. 31, Sat., 8 am to 5 pm MILLVILLE, Quality Inn HACKETTSTOWN Comfort Inn 1701 N 2nd St Millville, NJ 08332, 856-327-3300 1925 Route 57 West, Hackettstown, NJ 908-813-8500 Course # (M15-1SC) Service Calculations-Workshop, Oct.4., Sat., 9 am to 6 (M15-1GBI) Grounding & Bonding I, Nov. 29, Sat., 9 am to 1 pm (M15-1GBII)Grounding & Bonding II, Nov. 29, Sat., 2 pm to 6 pm (M15-145) Pools, Spas & Hot Tubs, Jan. 23, Fri., 9 am to 1 pm (M15-1M) Motors & Motor Controls, Jan. 23, Fri., 2 pm to 6 pm Course # (H15-1G)Generators Residential & Comm., Nov.13, Thu.,8 to 12 (H15-140) Calculations I., Nov. 28, Fri., 8 am to 12 pm (H15-139) Calculations II., Nov. 28, Fri., 1 pm to 5 pm (H15-1RA) Residential Audits, Feb. 21, Sat., 8 am to 5 pm (H15-1VFD) VFDs., March 8, Sun., 12 pm to 4 pm TOMS RIVER Howard Johnson SADDLE BROOK Holiday Inn 955 Hooper Ave., Toms River, 732-244-1000 129 Phele Ave., Saddle Brook, 201-845-7800 Course # (TR15-1RP) Reliable Power,UPSs, Oct.31, Fri., 8 am to 5 pm (TR15-1VFD)VFDs, Dec. 19, Fri., 8 am to 12 pm (TR15-1M) Motors & Motor Controls, Dec. 19, Fri., 1 pm to 5 pm (TR15-3G) Generators Res. & Comm., Jan. 18, Sun., 12 pm to 4 pm PARSIPPANY Days Inn Hotel HAZLET Holiday Inn 2870 Highway 35, Hazlet, 732-888-2000 Course #: (HT15-2G) Generators Res. & Comm., Nov. 21, Fri., 1 pm to 5 pm (HT15-1PV) Photovoltaic Systems, Nov. 22, Sat.,8 am to 5 pm (HT15-340) Calculations I, Nov. 23, Sun., 8 am to 12 pm (HT15-339) Calculations II, Nov. 23, Sun., 1 pm to 5 pm (HT15-1T) Transformers, Nov. 24, Mon., 8 am to 12 pm (HT15-2EI) Electrical Estimating I, Jan. 30, Fri., 8 am to 5 pm LINDEN Hampton Inn - Aviation Plaza 501 West Edgar Road @ Rt 1 & 9, Linden, 908-862-3222 Course # (L15-1LI) Lighting I, Oct. 18, Sat., 8 am to 12 pm (L15-1LII) Lighting II, Oct. 18, Sat., 1 pm to 5 pm (L15-1HL) Hazardous Locations, Nov. 8, Sat., 12 pm to 4 pm (L15-2ES) Electrical Safety, Nov. 25, Tue., 8 am to 5 pm (L15-1TP) Transformers & Power Distrib. Workshop, Dec. 5, Fri., 8 am to 5 pm (L15-2SC) Service Calculations-Workshop, Jan. 19, Mon., 8 to 5 pm 5 da eek dayy crash seminar seminar,, 34 hr hrss in less than a w week Hazlet Bridgewater Parsippany Bordentown Course # (SB15-1G)Generators Residential & Comm.,Oct.25,Sat.,12 to 4pm (SB15-1EVC)Electric Vehicle Chargers, Nov. 11, Tue., 8 am to 12 (SB15-3M) Motors & Motor Controls, Nov. 11, Tue., 1 pm to 5 pm (SB15-1ES) Electrical Safety, Dec. 9, Tue., 8 am to 5 pm - Nov. 20 to Nov. 24 - Jan. 5 to Jan. 9 - March 13 to March 17 - March 18 to March 22 3159 Rt. 46 East, Parsippany, 973-335-0200 Course # (P15-2WCI) Wireless Controls I, Oct. 17, Fri., 1 pm to 5 pm (P15-1VFD) VFDs, Oct. 30, Thu., 6 pm to 10 pm (P15-3EI) Electrical Estimating I, Dec. 2, Tue., 8 am to 5 pm (P15-1PV) Photovoltaic Systems, Dec. 17, Wed., 8 am to 5 pm (P15-245) Pools, Spas & Hot Tubs, March 13, Fri., 8 am to 12 pm (P15-2T) Transformers, March 13, Fri., 1 pm to 5 pm (P15-2GBI) Grounding & Bonding I, March 14, Sat., 8 am to 12 pm (P15-2GBII)Grounding & Bonding II, March 14, Sat., 1 pm to 5 pm (P15-140) Calculations I, March 15, Sun., 8 am to 12 pm (P15-139) Calculations II, March 15, Sun., 1 pm to 5 pm (P15-1EVC)Electric Vehicle Chargers, March 17, Tue.,12am to 4 pm MONTVALE Courtyard by Marriott 100 Chesnut Ridge Rd., Montvale, 201-391-7700 Course # (MV15-1TP)Transformers & Power Distribution Workshop, Oct. 21, Tue., 8 am to 5 pm (MV15-1LI) Lighting I, Nov. 18, Tue., 8 am to 12 pm (MV15-1LII) Lighting II, Nov. 18, Tue., 1 pm to 5 pm (MV15-1WC) Wireless Control I, Dec. 4, Thu., 8 am to 12 pm (MV15-1OP) Overcurrent Protection, Feb. 8, Sun., 12 pm to 4 pm ( ~ You can either take all 5 days or mix & match those days into your schedule. Presorted Standard U.S. Postage PAID Permit # 1512 New Brunswick, NJ ™ P.O. Box 248, Martinsville, NJ 08836 5 day crash seminars !!! Hazlet Bridgewater Parsippany Bordentown - Nov. 20 to Nov. 24 Jan. 5 to Jan. 9, 2015 March 13 to March 17 March 18 to March 22 Only fr om IT A from ITA First and Last Name - Ov er 25 ttopics opics tto o choose fr om !!!! Over from License Number Make check payable to: ™ ITA Mail the payment to: ITA P.O. Box 248 Martinsville, NJ 08836 Seminar Number Seminar Number All confirmations will be e-mailed. Certificate issued upon completion. All cancellation must be in writing and received 10 days prior to seminar. $25.00 registration fee is non-refundable. For failure to cancel, registrant is liable for total cost. $25.00 fee required for re-scheduling missed classes. Rescheduling at 3 days in advance at no cost. Two forms of ID required at all seminars. Faxed or phoned reservations do not guarantee a seat. Seat guaranteed by pre-payment only. All prepaid credits valid until March 31,2015 ONLY. No refunds for unused credits after March 31, 2015. Credits issued per person and are not transferable. Address affdf Phone E-mail address $99.00 4 hour seminar ( $109.00 at the door ) 8 hour seminar ( $218.00 at the door ) $198.00 $239.00 10 hour Code Update Review ( $260.00 at the door) $50.00 additional fee for each state certification other than NJ 2 4 hour pack age ($99.00 savings) $495.00 24 package 34 hour package ($203.00 savings) fdff $630.00 Exp. date Credit card # Signature Check MasterCard Visa If you need more info call Joanna 908-494-1353 With the whole package you are getting one 4 hr class free, and the 10 hour code update is included for only $135.00 !!