Mike Holt for Cayman
Electrical and construction industry professionals are invited to attend a two-day 25-26 May Mike Holt 101 Essential NEC Rules Workshop at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort.
Hosted by the Cayman Islands Planning Department, the 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. workshop will include topics such as wiring and protection; wiring methods and materials; equipment for general use; and requirements for electrical installations.
Chief Building Control Officer Emerson Piercy explained, "This workshop is the precursor to adopting the 2008 National Electrical Code (NEC) which will come into effect later this year.
"It will be facilitated by Mike Holt who is both well known and respected in the local and international electrical industry."
Workshop participants will cover practical and technical aspects of the 2008 NEC application and they will receive copies of Mr. Holt's Illustrated Guide to 101 Essential NEC Rules and Changes to the NEC 2008.
The deadline for registration is Monday 17 May, and the costs are as follows:
Register by 26 April:
- CI$375 per person; or
- CI$350 per person, if two or more persons from the same company or department registers.
Register after 26 April:
- CI$400 per person; or
- CI$375 per person, if two or more persons from the same company or department registers.
Registration includes morning and afternoon refreshments and lunch. Attendees who complete both workshop days will receive certificates of participation.
Interested persons are encouraged to register early since there are only 120 spaces available.
For more information, call Shondel Bodden on 526-1522 or email Emerson Piercy at Emerson.Piercy@gov.ky.
About Mike Holt
Mike Holt worked his way up in the electrical trade, from apprentice electrician to electrical designer and developer of training programs for the industry. He has taught over 20,000 students in 1,000-plus classes, more than 40 different electrical-related subjects.
He teaches seminars throughout the US and elsewhere for organisations and Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Boeing, Motorola and AT&T. He was formerly a contributing editor to Electrical Construction and Maintenance Magazine and construction editor for Electrical Design and Installation Magazine.
Recognised as one of America's most knowledgeable and dynamic electrical educators, his motivational teaching style has inspired thousands of electricians to pass their exams at the first sitting.
He has been an active member of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors, National Board of Electrical Examiners, National Fire Protection Association, National Association of Licensing Boards, the Florida Association of Electrical Contractors, and the Electrical Council of Florida.
Source: CI Planning Department and www.mikeholt.com
For further information contact: Kenisha Morgan