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[November 29, 2012]

New Discount on Washington Electrical Continuing Education

Nov 29, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- The Washington Department of Labor and Industries (LNI) requires journeyman and administrators to complete 24 hours of electrical continuing education credits to renew their Washington electrical license. Continuing education is required every three years and must include 8 hours on code and 4 hours on RCW/WAC. JADE Learning has developed a package of approved electrical continuing education courses that will satisfy all of these requirements for only $250. To register for free or learn more visit http://www.Jade1.com.


All courses come with a free trial and no one is required to pay until a passing score has been achieved. JADE Learning courses provide a visual graphic and written commentary with each question on the code change. There is no final test at the end. Each question is in sequential order tied with the learning material. JADE Learning reports continuing education hours to Washington LNI every business day. Rush reporting is always free. Courses are available day or night and seven days a week. "I was able to do it as my schedule allowed, "says JADE Learning customer M. Mathisen in Bremerton, Washington. All JADE Learning courses are developed with NEC code consultants and former electrical inspectors. National Electrical Code expert instructors on staff to answer questions during a course. Answer choices are immediately saved in JADE Learning's secure online system so that ongoing course progress is saved.

The following LNI approved courses are in this package: 2011 NEC Changes Part 1 (WA 2011-076), which illustrates key changes in Chapters 100-300 of the National Electrical Code, including grounding and bonding; 2011 NEC Changes Part 2 (WA 2011-078) that covers Chapters 400-800 of the code including motors; Overcurrent Protection (WA 2010-435), with a focus on commercial and industrial installations, and the RCW/WAC Update (WA 2011-480) that covers changes to the Washington Administrative Code and rules.

Electrical continuing education online with JADE Learning is convenient because it is self-paced and can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection day or night. These secure and reliable online courses can fit an electrician's busy schedule. "Online courses are good solution for those who can't find the time for a classroom course or who need hours fast in order to meet the deadline", notes David Burtt, JADE Learning President.

JADE Learning is a leading national provider of online board-approved electrical continuing education, including Washington. The company's focus on electrical continuing education has also expanded to include approved continuing education for electrical inspectors, electrical engineers, and security alarm professionals. The priority at JADE Learning is to help those in the electrical industry renew their license and work safe. To meet this goal JADE Learning provides: approved online continuing education courses, assistance in understanding board requirements, daily reporting to applicable state boards, electrical safety training, and technical analysis of the National Electrical Code and NFPA70E, the Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. Learn more about JADE Learning at http://www.Jade1.com.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/11/prweb10172623.htm PRWeb.com

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