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The Specialized Electrical Inspector (SEI) course explains the codes and processes for inspecting non-complex commercial electrical installations covered by the Oregon Electrical Specialty Code. The course addresses the components of electrical installations that are verified during the inspection process pursuant to OAR 918-098-1580(1)(a): “Specialized Electrical Inspectors may conduct electrical inspections in buildings less than 75 feet above grade as defined in the Oregon Structural Specialty Code where the building service or the feeder to the electrical installation being inspected is not more than 400 amps at less than 150 volts to ground or 200 amps at 150 volts or more to ground.“
The course is taught through interactive training between the instructor and students, specific questions and assigned research, a progress review, and final review. Students who complete the course will be issued an Oregon Specialized Electrical Inspector certification.
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Required course materials
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