2021 Canadian Electrical Code Overview of Changes – Instructor-Led Course

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July 15, 2022

Virtual Training – Virtual PM sessions will be delivered 13:30 – 17:30 Eastern Time.

Each Attendee participates in the live, instructor-led sessions via a dedicated desktop or laptop. Tablet and Mobile are not compatible to the CSA Group’s Webex Training sessions. 

Overview

CSA C22.1:21, Canadian Electrical Code, Part I contains many updates and changes that are potentially significant to electrical professionals. This instructor-led course provides the key changes and impacts to the industry presented in an easy-to-follow format.

Designed for professionals with a good working knowledge of the Code and who solely need the key changes including general updates or those made for clarification, safety, and new products and systems. Key changes due to Rule relocation or deletion are also noted.

This course may help save valuable time to help keep electrical projects safe and in compliance.

This training is developed with input from a broad cross-section of electrical industry experts and with cooperation from all provinces, territories and several key jurisdictions across Canada. 

Jurisdictions across Canada adopt the Code as a model code for regulation either in its entirety or with provincial or territorial interpretations. The Code is an integral part of the Canadian Electrical Safety System.

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Learning Objectives

  • Explain key changes.
  • Recognize how CSA C22.1:21 changes affect electrical installations and maintenance of existing installations.
  • Identify how new technologies are incorporated into Code requirements 

Target Audience

All professionals and apprentices in the electrical industry interested in learning detailed code changes and updates (All markets).

  • Electricians (Construction & Industrial)
  • Construction Professionals (Estimators, inspectors, manager)
  • Engineers (Electrical, mechanical, industrial)
  • Electrical technologists and technicians 
  • Manufacturing Professionals (Managers, Eng)
  • Electrical mechanics
  • Utility managers
  • Electrical apprentices
  • Trade qualifiers
  • Electrical trainers, teachers & educators

Learn More About the Canadian Electrical Code

Developed with input from a broad cross-section of electrical industry experts and with cooperation from all provinces, territories and several key jurisdictions across Canada, the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I is an integral part of the Canadian Electrical Safety System. Jurisdictions across Canada adopt the code as a model code for regulation, as is or with provincial or territorial interpretations.

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