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Please contact our office for CEUs for multiple states. Be sure to check for online approval for your state before ordering. Our proctored online classes are currently accepted in Nebraska.
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Nebraska NEC2014 12-hour Electrical CEU Course – $139* Online
Save $20 over taking Wiring Methods Part 1 and Electrical Theory and Calculations separately!
Nebraska NEC2014 12-hour Electrical CEU Course includes the 4-hour NEC2014 Wiring Methods Part 1 and the NEC2014 Electrical Theory 8-hour course. Nebraska’s approval for online CEUs is based on video proctoring which requires a high speed internet connection and computer camera and utilizes a third party proctoring service. The course curriculum covers NEC2014 Overview and Definitions, Conductor Ampacity and Derating, Sizing Overcurrent Devices and Conductors, Conduit and Tubing Fill, Ohm’s Law and voltage drop, general lighting and receptacle calculations, range and dryer calculations, fixed appliance calculations, sizing grounding conductors, motor calculations, generator calculations, welder calculations, transformer formulas and calculations, miscellaneous commercial calculations, and service calculations for residential and commercial installations.
Please read this quick start guide before ordering the Nebraska Online Course.
- Not all the states that have approved our CEU courses for a classroom setting have approved them for online distribution. Be sure to select the online course approved for your state on the Digital Chalk website. We are in the process of submitting applications to every state that will accept CEUs online. NOT ALL STATES WILL ACCEPT ONLINE TRAINING FOR CEUs.
- If you need CEUs for more than one state, we charge the online price of the state that has the highest registration fee. In addition, there is a $10 fee per state for each additional CEU certificate. Please contact our office for multiple certificates, since each state has unique requirements and fees, and course costs may vary.
- **Nebraska requires their online courses to be proctored. This proctoring service will require a high speed internet connection and computer camera. Most laptops and Macs have built in cameras, but you may need to purchase a computer camera. The typical cost of a good quality computer camera is about $30. We would recommend a Logitech HD camera.
- Click here for more info on getting started with the Biomids Authenticator, our online proctoring service.
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- In the address bar of the browser, enter bobotech-sso.digitalchalk.com
- Enter your email address then press the Next button
- The Biomids Authenticator & Proctor window will appear, the camera should turn on and your image should be displayed. Wait for authentication to occur. The message “Attempting to login” should be displayed.
- Once authenticated, choose your course and begin the proctored session. The Nebraska course content should be displayed.
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Attention Colorado Licensees: All classes currently available, including online classes for Wiring Methods and Electrical Theory based on the 2014 NEC, can still be used for PDU’s for license renewal, even after July 1, 2017 under the new Colorado CEU regulations. However, even though classes are based on the 2017 NEC, they will not count towards CEU requirements for 2020 until Colorado establishes an approved vendor list, which the State hopes to have in place before the end of this renewal cycle in September.