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Learn the National Electrical Code Updates at Your Own Pace

Note: The information on this page is Tentative and subject to change

Every three years, the electrical code updates, and as a professional electrician, you need a straightforward way of keeping up with the latest changes. Maine Electrical Institute offers 2023 NEC code change courses for Maine and New Hampshire. All our 2023 code book update courses allow you to work at your own pace, either online, through videos, or through a paper packet sent to you in the mail. These courses are the fastest and most direct way to get your NEC certification. Note that each course has been approved for specific locations, so be careful to choose the appropriate course for your state. Learn more about our electrical code book update courses.



What Is an NEC Update Course?

An NEC update course is designed to teach both new and seasoned electricians about the changes in the latest version of the National Electrical Code. Past editions of the NEC have been over 1,000 pages, and most busy electricians don’t have the time to sit down and read the entire thing word-for-word. We condense all the most important information into an easy-to-understand 15-hour course. We also have a 45-hour intro electrical code class for those new to the electrical code.

What 2023 NEC Code Changes Should You Expect?

The National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) has already published the first draft of the 2023 National Electrical Code. This helps us know what changes we can expect so that you are prepared as soon as the changes go into effect. Some of the changes in the 2023 NEC code book include:

  • Overcurrent Protection System Rated Over 1,000 Volts AC and 1,500 Volts DC
  • Requirements for Wiring Methods and Materials for Systems Rated Over 1000 Volts AC, 1500 Volts DC, Nominal
  • Medium Voltage Conductors, Cables, Cable Joints, and Cable Terminations
  • Instrumentation Tray Cable: Type ITC
  • Insulated Bus Pipe (IBP)/Tubular Covered Conductors (TCC)
  • Flexible Bus Systems
  • Outdoor Overhead Conductors Over 1000 Volts
  • Cables for Power-Limited Circuits
  • Class 1 Circuits
  • Class 4 (CL4) Power System

Where Are the NEC Update Courses Approved?


Maine Electrical Institute helps electricians across Maine, New Hampshire, and several other states keep up to date with the most recent version of the NEC. Our NEC update course has to be approved state-by-state. So, it’s especially important to make sure you select a 2023 NEC code changes course that has been approved for your state. Before signing up, check the following list to ensure the course you plan to take is approved for the area in which you are located. The approval for each course includes:

Video Series: Maine, New Hampshire, Delaware, Colorado, and Utah

Paper Packet: Maine Only

Online Course: Maine Only

Register for an NEC Code Update Course Now

The 2023 NEC Code Changes could require you to change the way you work. So, don’t wait until the last minute to get up-to-date on the most recent updates. We make it easy and accessible for you. We don’t overcomplicate or make things more confusing than they have to be. We just give you the information. That’s why everyone considers us the fastest and most direct way to get your license. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

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