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#81414 - 08/10/02 03:33 PM Where can I find info on Chicago Electrical Code Classes or workbooks?
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Hi Friends and Fellow Electricians: I am been searching the entire Interent and cannot find anyone who teaches a prepatory Chicago Supervisory Electrician's test. I would even be interested in finding a workbook that covers this test. I already have several other books and videos for the NEC, and have used them to pass other tests in other parts of the country, and found them to be very usefull, but I cannot find anything as it relates to Chicago's test. Can you help me?
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#81415 - 08/10/02 03:50 PM Re: Where can I find info on Chicago Electrical Code Classes or workbooks?
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Call the Chicago Electric Association at: 630-724-0211
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