SparkBC Online: New Training with Changes to 2021 BC Electrical Code

SparkBC

March 1, 2023

This 8-hr course provides an overview of the changes to the 2021 BC Electrical Code including minor & changes to rules, sub-rules & tables. (approved for all 8 hours of required education for FSR certificate renewal by Technical Safety BC)

You Also Get: 

  • Elective content- Changes to the BC Acts & Regulations and a review of 2018 major changes to Section 10
  • A Digital/Downloadable Copy of the SparkBC Course Manual
  • Online Support via email (contact SparkBC at any time and get your questions answered by their expert trainers)

Cost:

ECABC Members get 10% off!*

Non-Member Fee – $199

To take advantage of the ECABC Member special pricing you must use a discount code when registering. Please email education@bc.bc.ca to request the code prior to registration.

SparkBC is a Technical Safety BC Recognized Education Providers for FSR certification renewal continuing education.

The training session counts towards FSR renewal credits! Each purchase (and successful completion) of the course provides certification for one individual.

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