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COVID-19 Update: The University of Minnesota will offer online, or alternative, instruction through the end of summer term 2020. Read CCAPS's operational updates or visit the Safe Campus website for the University's operational updates.

AIBO Electrical Track

Each day of electrical programming has been approved for 8 CEs in the State of Minnesota for Electrical; 6.50 CEs in the State of Wisconsin for Commercial Electrical Inspector, Industrial Journeyman Electrician, Journeyman Electrician, Master Electrician, Registered Electrician, Residential Journeyman Electrician, Residential Master Electrician and UDC-Electrical Inspector. Each day has also been approved for 0.80 ICC CEUs.

January 8

8:00 a.m.−4:00 p.m.

Significant Changes To The 2020 NEC

Keith Lofland, IAEI

This presentation will cover the significant changes to the 2020 NEC, which is currently on schedule to be adopted in the State of Minnesota on July 1st, 2020.

Fee includes "IAEI's Analysis of Changes (2020 NEC)"


January 9

8–9:45 a.m.

Technology Circuits and System Basics

Dave Dressler, Minnesota Statewide Limited Energy J.A.T.C.

This presentation will cover NEC Article 725, Class 2 remote control, signaling, and power limited circuits, and other relevant field installation issues. It will also include a session covering the licensing and inspection side of technology systems


10:00 a.m.–2:15 p.m.

Article 517 Health Care Facilities

Derek Vigstol, NFPA

This session will cover Article 517 of the NEC, from Hospitals and Limited Care Facilities to Dental and Medical offices. It will also cover all the different electrical systems you will find in health care facilities.


2:30–4:00 p.m.

Questions from the Field

Mary Kumm and Dean Hunter, MN Dept. of Labor and Industry

This presentation covers questions asked by State Electrical Inspectors and answered to give the State's interpretation of the code and law requirements to promote unity in the State inspected areas in Minnesota.