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Kempker's Educational Services offers Board Approved Courses and Certified Instructors to meet all of your states continuing educational and code update licensing renewal requirements.

Our instructors have over twenty-five years of experience within the construction trades and are extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of the construction industry.

Our diverse seminar selections will enable you to select the seminars that will meet your own personnel goals while also meeting your states license renewal requirements.

Please click on your states link below or use the drop down menu in the bottom right hand corner to locate your states approved courses. Kempker's Educational Services offers a wide variety of online construction code courses that are designed to provide members of the construction industry with the most comprehensive educational information and services available.

Our courses are geared to assist you with meeting your States Continuing Educational and Code Update Licensing Renewal Requirements, while making you aware of the changes that are occurring within your construction trade and business environment.

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Solar Photovoltaic Systems
Author: Joseph Kempker

The Idaho State licensing board has approved this 4-hour industry related online course that will look at the topic issues surrounding Article 690. This approved course will meet part of your 8-hour master and journeymen contractorís license renewal requirements for the state of Idaho.

Stay up-to-date with the changes that have been made to Article 690 of the 2008 National Electrical Code that are affecting your industry practices and electrical contracting installations.

This approved Idaho online seminar course is for every individual looking to meet the new code standards established by the 2008 National Electrical Code and to meet their industry related license renewal requirements.

This 4-hour course on the topic issues related to Article 690 is setup in three individual modules with a 1-hour code test to make your continuing educational credits and license renewal requirements more enjoyable and easier to obtain. Once an etraining module is completed, you may access the next etraining module at anytime and at your convenience. This means you can complete your license renewal requirements at your pace and at the times that meet your working schedule.

In order to successfully complete this course on Article 690, please have a copy of the 2008 National Electrical Code which can be purchased from our online store.

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Course available through 30 Jun 2016

Number of lessons: 3 Course time (min): 240 Test: on Cost: 20 USD

2011 National Electrical Code update Course (10-hrs)
Author: Joseph Kempker

Delaware electrical contractors stay up-to-date with this state board approved 10-hour online course on the 2011 National Electrical Code changes that are affecting your industry practices and electrical contracting installations.

This 10-hour 2011 National Electrical Code update course is setup in individual modules with a test to make your continuing educational credits and license renewal requirements more enjoyable and easier to obtain. Please keep in mind that you can stop an etraining module course and return to the course at anytime and you will be directed to the point where you left off continuing meeting your license renewal requirements. Also, remember that once an etraining module is completed you may access the next etraining module at anytime and at your convenience. This means you can complete your license renewal requirements at your pace and at the times that meet your working schedule.

At the completion of this 10-hour course you will meet your Delaware license renewal requirements and gain a full understanding of the new code standards established by the National Electrical Code.

In order to successfully complete this course on the 2011 NEC changes, please visit our online store and download your free copies the 2011 National Electrical Code and the 2011 Analysis of the Change.

Please turn the volume on to listen to the narration that accompanies each etraining course.
Course available through 31 Jan 2017

Number of lessons: 6 Course time (min): 600 Test: on Cost: 50 USD

2011 National Electrical Code update Course (8-hour)
Author: Joseph Kempker

The Arkansas State licensing board has approved this 8-hour 2011 National Electrical Code update online course. This approved course will meet your electrical contractorís license renewal requirements for the state of Arkansas.

Arkansas licensed electrical contractors that are also Oklahoma licensed electrical contractors can receive reciprocating credit by taking the 6-hour 2011 NEC update course along with the stand-alone 2-hour National Electrical Code update test.

After completing both of these approved courses, you will have met the 8-hour license renewal requirements for the state of Arkansas and the 6-hour license renewal requirements for the state of Oklahoma.

Stay up-to-date with the 2011 National Electrical Code changes that are affecting your industry practices and electrical contracting installations. This approved Arkansas etraining seminar course is for every individual looking to meet the new code standards established by the National Electrical Code and to meet their license renewal requirements.

This 8-hour National Electrical Code update course is setup in six individual modules with a 2-hour code update test to make your continuing educational credits and license renewal requirements more enjoyable and easier to obtain. Please keep in mind that you can stop an etraining module course and return to the course at anytime and you will be directed to the point where you left off continuing to meet your license renewal requirements. Also, remember that once an etraining module is completed you may access the next etraining module at anytime and at your convenience. This means you can complete your license renewal requirements at your pace and at the times that meet your working schedule.

In order to successfully complete this course please download a free copy of the 2011 National Electrical Code and the 2011 Analysis of the Code Changes from our online store by using the downloadable electronic files or construction codebooks & handbooks links.

Please turn the volume on to listen to the narration that accompanies each etraining course.

Course available through 31 Jan 2017

Number of lessons: 6 Course time (min): 480 Test: on Cost: 40 USD

34- hours Toms River CEU Package
Author: Joseph Kempker

Sign-up for total 34- hours of continuing education and 2014 code update course at the Toms River location.

The price listed is for the complete 34-hours of continuing education and the 9-hours of the 2014 National Electrical Update with the 1-hour New Jersey electrical contractors law.

The 24-hours of continuing educational classes consist of Residential Calculations, Electrical Services, (Marinas, Boatyards, and Floating Buildings). HVAC Systems, Overcurrent Protection, and IT Grounding and Bonding. Each continuing educational class is 4-hours.

September 27, 2014: Residential Calculations and Electrical Services (8:00am)

October 18, 2014: Overcurrent Protection, and IT Grounding and Bonding (8:00am)

November 1, 2014: (Marinas, Boatyards, and Floating Buildings) and HVAC Systems (8:00am)

The NEC 2014 update course: December 4th and 6th, 2014 (Thursday 5:00pm and Saturday 8:00am).

All classes are held at the Howard Johnson located in Toms River, New Jersey.

To make an online payment for the 34-hour package deal please use the online store link and select the Toms River course link.

You will be sent an email link for the class-scheduled dates.

Thanks for choosing Kempkerís Educational Services for all of your electrical contractors continuing educational and code update requirements.

Course available through 29 Apr 2015

Number of lessons: 1 Course time (min): 1 Test: off Cost: 465 USD

2011 National Electrical Code Update Course (6-hour)
Author: Joseph P Kempker

This 6-hour 2011 National Electrical Code update online course is approved by both the Oklahoma and Arkansas State licensing boards. This approved course will meet your electrical contractors and electrical journeymen license renewal requirements for the state of Oklahoma and can be used towards your license renewal requirements for the state of Arkansas.

Oklahoma licensed electrical contractors that are also Arkansas licensed electrical contractors can receive reciprocating credit for this continuing educational course after taking the stand-alone 2-hour National Electrical Code update test that can be accessed on the Arkansas course page. After completing this 2-hour stand-alone NEC update test, you will meet the 8-hour license renewal requirements for the state of Arkansas.

Stay up-to-date with the 2011 National Electrical Code changes that are affecting your industry practices and electrical contracting installations. This approved Oklahoma etraining seminar course is for every individual looking to meet the new code standards established by the National Electrical Code and to meet their license renewal requirements.

This 6-hour National Electrical Code update course is setup in six individual modules to make your continuing educational credits and license renewal requirements more enjoyable and easier to obtain. Please keep in mind that you can stop an etraining module course and return to the course at anytime and you will be directed to the point where you left off continuing to meet your license renewal requirements. Also, remember that once an etraining module is completed you may access the next etraining module at anytime and at your convenience. This means you can complete your license renewal requirements at your pace and at the times that meet your working schedule.

In order to successfully complete this course please download a free copy of the 2011 National Electrical Code and the 2011 Analysis of the Code Changes from the online store by using the downloadable electronic files or construction codebooks & handbooks links..

Please turn the volume on to listen to the narration that accompanies each etraining course.

Course available through 30 Dec 2016

Number of lessons: 6 Course time (min): 360 Test: on Cost: 30 USD

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