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NEC 2023 Changes Workshop

Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

Early registration and discounted pricing ends on October 16th. Registration and payment for this workshop must be completed on or before Sunday October 16, 2022 to ensure you will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday October 22, 2022 is the final day for registering but without workshop materials. This two-day workshop will take a deep dive into NEC 2023 National Electrical Code changes. The NEC changes will be reviewed focusing on major areas of the power distribution systems which are affected by the latest changes rather than by the typical Article by Article, Section by Section methods. Examples will be worked through as a class to understand how these NEC changes will change how power distribution systems are engineered. This Workshop is intended for Electrical Designers, Estimators, and Field Engineers, and is highly recommended as a review supplement for those preparing to take the Electrical P.E. exam. In addition, there will be exhibits by industry manufacturers and suppliers. Attendees are advised to bring a laptop or notebook. Power and limited WIFI will be available. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a PDH certificate for sixteen hours. The workshop fee includes breakfast tacos, breakfast beverages, break refreshments, and a spiralbound copy of the 2023 NEC. Drawing prizes to be offered include 3 AEMC model 601 clamp-on Meters. Registration must be completed by Sunsday, 10/16/2022 to ensure we will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday, 10/22/2022 is the final day for registering online. Walk-ins will be accepted but must have a check for the full amount made out to IEEE-CTS. Membership Status Thru October 16, 2022 After October 16, 2022 IEEE Member $350 $550 Non-IEEE Member* $550 $750 IEEE Life Members & Students $250 $450 Co-sponsored by: James Mercier Speaker(s): Thomas Domitrovich, Agenda: Day 1 - NEC Style Manual – Influenced Changes - Future of the NEC – Structure changes - Reconditioned equipment - Medium Voltage - Copper-Clad Aluminum - Surge requirements - New and Deleted Articles for NEC 2023 - Explanatory materials – dates - Article 100 definitions - Shock protection – Barriers, GFCI, service entrance & 6 – disconnect rule - Arc Flash reduction – Labeling and working space - Selective Coordination Day 2 - Article 110 changes - GFCI Changes - AFCI Changes - Article 210 Balance of Changes - Load calculations - Wiring methods and materials - Equipment for general use - Special Occupancies - Special Equipment Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

NEC 2023 Changes Workshop

Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

Early registration and discounted pricing ends on October 7th. Registration and payment for this workshop must be completed by Wednesday October 12, 2022 to ensure you will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday October 22, 2022 is the final day for registering but without workshop materials. This two-day workshop will take a deep dive into NEC 2023 National Electrical Code changes. The NEC changes will be reviewed focusing on major areas of the power distribution systems which are affected by the latest changes rather than by the typical Article by Article, Section by Section methods. Examples will be worked through as a class to understand how these NEC changes will change how power distribution systems are engineered. This Workshop is intended for Electrical Designers, Estimators, and Field Engineers, and is highly recommended as a review supplement for those preparing to take the Electrical P.E. exam. In addition, there will be exhibits by industry manufacturers and suppliers. Attendees are advised to bring a laptop or notebook. Power and limited WIFI will be available. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a PDH certificate for sixteen hours. The workshop fee includes breakfast tacos, breakfast beverages, break refreshments, and a spiralbound copy of the 2023 NEC. Drawing prizes to be offered include 3 AEMC model 601 clamp-on Meters. Registration must be completed by Wednesday, 10/12/2022 to ensure we will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday, 10/22/2022 is the final day for registering online. Walk-ins will be accepted but must have a check for the full amount made out to IEEE-CTS. Membership Status Until October 7, 2022 After October 7, 2022 IEEE Member $350 $550 Non-IEEE Member* $550 $750 IEEE Life Members & Students $250 $450 Co-sponsored by: James Mercier Speaker(s): Thomas Domitrovich, Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

NEC 2023 Changes Workshop

Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

Early registration and discounted pricing ends on October 7th. Registration and payment for this workshop must be completed by Wednesday October 12, 2022 to ensure you will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday October 22, 2022 is the final day for registering but without workshop materials. This two-day workshop will take a deep dive into NEC 2023 National Electrical Code changes. The NEC changes will be reviewed focusing on major areas of the power distribution systems which are affected by the latest changes rather than by the typical Article by Article, Section by Section methods. Examples will be worked through as a class to understand how these NEC changes will change how power distribution systems are engineered. This Workshop is intended for Electrical Designers, Estimators, and Field Engineers, and is highly recommended as a review supplement for those preparing to take the Electrical P.E. exam. In addition, there will be exhibits by industry manufacturers and suppliers. Attendees are advised to bring a laptop or notebook. Power and limited WIFI will be available. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a PDH certificate for sixteen hours. The workshop fee includes breakfast tacos, breakfast beverages, break refreshments, and a spiralbound copy of the 2023 NEC. Drawing prizes to be offered include 3 AEMC model 601 clamp-on Meters. Registration must be completed by Wednesday, 10/12/2022 to ensure we will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday, 10/22/2022 is the final day for registering online. Walk-ins will be accepted but must have a check for the full amount made out to IEEE-CTS. Membership Status Until October 7, 2022 After October 7, 2022 IEEE Member $350 $550 Non-IEEE Member* $550 $750 IEEE Life Members & Students $250 $450 Co-sponsored by: James Mercier Speaker(s): Thomas Domitrovich, Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

NEC 2023 Changes Workshop

Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

Early registration and discounted pricing ends on October 7th. Registration and payment for this workshop must be completed by Wednesday October 12, 2022 to ensure you will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday October 22, 2022 is the final day for registering but without workshop materials. This two-day workshop will take a deep dive into NEC 2023 National Electrical Code changes. The NEC changes will be reviewed focusing on major areas of the power distribution systems which are affected by the latest changes rather than by the typical Article by Article, Section by Section methods. Examples will be worked through as a class to understand how these NEC changes will change how power distribution systems are engineered. This Workshop is intended for Electrical Designers, Estimators, and Field Engineers, and is highly recommended as a review supplement for those preparing to take the Electrical P.E. exam. In addition, there will be exhibits by industry manufacturers and suppliers. Attendees are advised to bring a laptop or notebook. Power and limited WIFI will be available. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a PDH certificate for sixteen hours. The workshop fee includes breakfast tacos, breakfast beverages, break refreshments, and a spiralbound copy of the 2023 NEC. Drawing prizes to be offered include 3 AEMC model 601 clamp-on Meters. Registration must be completed by Wednesday, 10/12/2022 to ensure we will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday, 10/22/2022 is the final day for registering online. Walk-ins will be accepted but must have a check for the full amount made out to IEEE-CTS. Membership Status Until October 7, 2022 After October 7, 2022 IEEE Member $350 $550 Non-IEEE Member* $550 $750 IEEE Life Members & Students $250 $450 Co-sponsored by: James Mercier Speaker(s): Thomas Domitrovich, Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

NEC 2023 Changes Workshop

Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

Early registration and discounted pricing ends on October 7th. Registration and payment for this workshop must be completed by Wednesday October 12, 2022 to ensure you will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday October 22, 2022 is the final day for registering but without workshop materials. This two-day workshop will take a deep dive into NEC 2023 National Electrical Code changes. The NEC changes will be reviewed focusing on major areas of the power distribution systems which are affected by the latest changes rather than by the typical Article by Article, Section by Section methods. Examples will be worked through as a class to understand how these NEC changes will change how power distribution systems are engineered. This Workshop is intended for Electrical Designers, Estimators, and Field Engineers, and is highly recommended as a review supplement for those preparing to take the Electrical P.E. exam. In addition, there will be exhibits by industry manufacturers and suppliers. Attendees are advised to bring a laptop or notebook. Power and limited WIFI will be available. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a PDH certificate for sixteen hours. The workshop fee includes breakfast tacos, breakfast beverages, break refreshments, and a spiralbound copy of the 2023 NEC. Drawing prizes to be offered include 3 AEMC model 601 clamp-on Meters. Registration must be completed by Wednesday, 10/12/2022 to ensure we will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday, 10/22/2022 is the final day for registering online. Walk-ins will be accepted but must have a check for the full amount made out to IEEE-CTS. Membership Status Until October 7, 2022 After October 7, 2022 IEEE Member $350 $550 Non-IEEE Member* $550 $750 IEEE Life Members & Students $250 $450 Co-sponsored by: James Mercier Speaker(s): Thomas Domitrovich, Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

NEC 2023 Changes Workshop

Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

Early registration and discounted pricing ends on October 7th. Registration and payment for this workshop must be completed by Wednesday October 12, 2022 to ensure you will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday October 22, 2022 is the final day for registering but without workshop materials. This two-day workshop will take a deep dive into NEC 2023 National Electrical Code changes. The NEC changes will be reviewed focusing on major areas of the power distribution systems which are affected by the latest changes rather than by the typical Article by Article, Section by Section methods. Examples will be worked through as a class to understand how these NEC changes will change how power distribution systems are engineered. This Workshop is intended for Electrical Designers, Estimators, and Field Engineers, and is highly recommended as a review supplement for those preparing to take the Electrical P.E. exam. In addition, there will be exhibits by industry manufacturers and suppliers. Attendees are advised to bring a laptop or notebook. Power and limited WIFI will be available. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a PDH certificate for sixteen hours. The workshop fee includes breakfast tacos, breakfast beverages, break refreshments, and a spiralbound copy of the 2023 NEC. Drawing prizes to be offered include 3 AEMC model 601 clamp-on Meters. Registration must be completed by Wednesday, 10/12/2022 to ensure we will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday, 10/22/2022 is the final day for registering online. Walk-ins will be accepted but must have a check for the full amount made out to IEEE-CTS. Membership Status Until October 7, 2022 After October 7, 2022 IEEE Member $350 $550 Non-IEEE Member* $550 $750 IEEE Life Members & Students $250 $450 Co-sponsored by: James Mercier Speaker(s): Thomas Domitrovich, Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

NEC 2023 Changes Workshop

Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

Early registration and discounted pricing ends on October 7th. Registration and payment for this workshop must be completed by Wednesday October 12, 2022 to ensure you will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday October 22, 2022 is the final day for registering but without workshop materials. This two-day workshop will take a deep dive into NEC 2023 National Electrical Code changes. The NEC changes will be reviewed focusing on major areas of the power distribution systems which are affected by the latest changes rather than by the typical Article by Article, Section by Section methods. Examples will be worked through as a class to understand how these NEC changes will change how power distribution systems are engineered. This Workshop is intended for Electrical Designers, Estimators, and Field Engineers, and is highly recommended as a review supplement for those preparing to take the Electrical P.E. exam. In addition, there will be exhibits by industry manufacturers and suppliers. Attendees are advised to bring a laptop or notebook. Power and limited WIFI will be available. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a PDH certificate for sixteen hours. The workshop fee includes breakfast tacos, breakfast beverages, break refreshments, and a spiralbound copy of the 2023 NEC. Drawing prizes to be offered include 3 AEMC model 601 clamp-on Meters. Registration must be completed by Wednesday, 10/12/2022 to ensure we will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday, 10/22/2022 is the final day for registering online. Walk-ins will be accepted but must have a check for the full amount made out to IEEE-CTS. Membership Status Until October 7, 2022 After October 7, 2022 IEEE Member $350 $550 Non-IEEE Member* $550 $750 IEEE Life Members & Students $250 $450 Co-sponsored by: James Mercier Speaker(s): Thomas Domitrovich, Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

NEC 2023 Changes Workshop

Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

Early registration and discounted pricing ends on October 7th. Registration and payment for this workshop must be completed by Wednesday October 12, 2022 to ensure you will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday October 22, 2022 is the final day for registering but without workshop materials. This two-day workshop will take a deep dive into NEC 2023 National Electrical Code changes. The NEC changes will be reviewed focusing on major areas of the power distribution systems which are affected by the latest changes rather than by the typical Article by Article, Section by Section methods. Examples will be worked through as a class to understand how these NEC changes will change how power distribution systems are engineered. This Workshop is intended for Electrical Designers, Estimators, and Field Engineers, and is highly recommended as a review supplement for those preparing to take the Electrical P.E. exam. In addition, there will be exhibits by industry manufacturers and suppliers. Attendees are advised to bring a laptop or notebook. Power and limited WIFI will be available. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a PDH certificate for sixteen hours. The workshop fee includes breakfast tacos, breakfast beverages, break refreshments, and a spiralbound copy of the 2023 NEC. Drawing prizes to be offered include 3 AEMC model 601 clamp-on Meters. Registration must be completed by Wednesday, 10/12/2022 to ensure we will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday, 10/22/2022 is the final day for registering online. Walk-ins will be accepted but must have a check for the full amount made out to IEEE-CTS. Membership Status Until October 7, 2022 After October 7, 2022 IEEE Member $350 $550 Non-IEEE Member* $550 $750 IEEE Life Members & Students $250 $450 Co-sponsored by: James Mercier Speaker(s): Thomas Domitrovich, Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

NEC 2023 Changes Workshop

Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

Early registration and discounted pricing ends on October 7th. Registration and payment for this workshop must be completed by Wednesday October 12, 2022 to ensure you will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday October 22, 2022 is the final day for registering but without workshop materials. This two-day workshop will take a deep dive into NEC 2023 National Electrical Code changes. The NEC changes will be reviewed focusing on major areas of the power distribution systems which are affected by the latest changes rather than by the typical Article by Article, Section by Section methods. Examples will be worked through as a class to understand how these NEC changes will change how power distribution systems are engineered. This Workshop is intended for Electrical Designers, Estimators, and Field Engineers, and is highly recommended as a review supplement for those preparing to take the Electrical P.E. exam. In addition, there will be exhibits by industry manufacturers and suppliers. Attendees are advised to bring a laptop or notebook. Power and limited WIFI will be available. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a PDH certificate for sixteen hours. The workshop fee includes breakfast tacos, breakfast beverages, break refreshments, and a spiralbound copy of the 2023 NEC. Drawing prizes to be offered include 3 AEMC model 601 clamp-on Meters. Registration must be completed by Wednesday, 10/12/2022 to ensure we will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday, 10/22/2022 is the final day for registering online. Walk-ins will be accepted but must have a check for the full amount made out to IEEE-CTS. Membership Status Until October 7, 2022 After October 7, 2022 IEEE Member $350 $550 Non-IEEE Member* $550 $750 IEEE Life Members & Students $250 $450 Co-sponsored by: James Mercier Speaker(s): Thomas Domitrovich, Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

NEC 2023 Changes Workshop

Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

Early registration and discounted pricing ends on October 7th. Registration and payment for this workshop must be completed by Wednesday October 12, 2022 to ensure you will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday October 22, 2022 is the final day for registering but without workshop materials. This two-day workshop will take a deep dive into NEC 2023 National Electrical Code changes. The NEC changes will be reviewed focusing on major areas of the power distribution systems which are affected by the latest changes rather than by the typical Article by Article, Section by Section methods. Examples will be worked through as a class to understand how these NEC changes will change how power distribution systems are engineered. This Workshop is intended for Electrical Designers, Estimators, and Field Engineers, and is highly recommended as a review supplement for those preparing to take the Electrical P.E. exam. In addition, there will be exhibits by industry manufacturers and suppliers. Attendees are advised to bring a laptop or notebook. Power and limited WIFI will be available. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive a PDH certificate for sixteen hours. The workshop fee includes breakfast tacos, breakfast beverages, break refreshments, and a spiralbound copy of the 2023 NEC. Drawing prizes to be offered include 3 AEMC model 601 clamp-on Meters. Registration must be completed by Wednesday, 10/12/2022 to ensure we will have the class materials in time for the workshop. Saturday, 10/22/2022 is the final day for registering online. Walk-ins will be accepted but must have a check for the full amount made out to IEEE-CTS. Membership Status Until October 7, 2022 After October 7, 2022 IEEE Member $350 $550 Non-IEEE Member* $550 $750 IEEE Life Members & Students $250 $450 Co-sponsored by: James Mercier Speaker(s): Thomas Domitrovich, Room: Theater, Bldg: Austin Scottish Rite Childrens Theater, 207 W. 18th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78701

IEEE Shreveport Section Presents Dr. David Torrey Lecturing on “Drivetrain Design for Wind Turbines”

Room: 108, Bldg: Integrated Engineering and Science Building (IESB), 456 Dan Reneau Drive, Ruston, Louisiana, United States, 71270

The Shreveport Section is getting together with the Louisiana Tech Univeristy Student Branch and the Nanotechnology Council (NTC) Student Chapter to sponsor a presentation by the Industry Applications Society (IAS) Distinguished Lecturer Dr. David Torrey. Come join us and bring a colleague! Co-sponsored by: Dr. Matthew Hartmann, IEEE Student Branch Faculty Advisor; Sandra Zivanovic, Ph. D., IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) Student Chapter Faculty Advisor; James Mercier, IAS Area Chair for Region 5 Technical Chapters, Austin CH05009 Chapter Chair. Speaker(s): David Torrey, Ph. D., Agenda: Introductions > Steve Lindsey Section/Chapter Brief Business/Announcments: - Shreveport Section Business > Steve Lindsey, P.E., Section Chairman - La Tech Student Branch Business > Ms. Julia Everett, Student Branch President; Dr. Matthew Hartmann, Faculty Advisor - La Tech NTC Sutdent Chapter Business > Mr. Timothy Searcy, Student Chapter Chair; Dr. Sandra Zivanovic, Faculty Advisor Speaker Introduction > Steve Lindsey - Lecture > Dr. David Torrey, "Drivetrain Design for Wind Turbines" - Closing > Steve Lindsey Room: 108, Bldg: Integrated Engineering and Science Building (IESB), 456 Dan Reneau Drive, Ruston, Louisiana, United States, 71270