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#59978 12/20/05 08:35 AM
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... Hurray!! I just (last night) paid for my 34 hr CEU seminar, cost $620.00..I'm in for practically the whole month of February,..I was sooo scared I wasn't gonna get in,..all the classes around here are filling up, and leave it to me,..to wait until the last possible minute...That's a load off my back,..I was really worried!! [Linked Image] [Linked Image]
Russ


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#59979 12/20/05 07:45 PM
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Russ:
Don't think that you're alone.....

As of today I have "0", nada, none, zilch.
'Tween Jan xx abd March I have to get 34 CEU's for EC Lic. Also, I have a CO course 2/9 to 5/xx, 1 nite, 3 hrs, 15 nites.....and someone is trying to talk me into Building RCS, 2 nites/wk, 3 hrs, 15 weeks, same time period. Then of course, there's also the Inspector/Sub-Code seminars; 6 @ full day.

I know what ya mean, I'm trying to squeeze in someplace....

John


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#59980 12/20/05 07:57 PM
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All done with my 34, just one complaint the chairs were not too comfortable, and the lights were too bright, lost a lot of sleep.

#59981 12/20/05 08:25 PM
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All done with the 34 PLUS I have 8 hours credit to apply to next time [Linked Image]


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#59982 12/20/05 09:01 PM
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All done with the 34 PLUS I have 8 hours credit to apply to next time

... So there's my next question,... I've been told that because I took my 24 CEU's at last Code change,..and wasn't obligated to do so, (I was notified of this only AFTER taking the courses)because I only became licenced WITHIN that triennial period of 1999-2002, I can subtract 8 hours from this CEU course...is this true?? if so, I want a refund for the 8 hours...I'm confused!!
Russ


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#59983 12/20/05 10:44 PM
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From what i understand there is no Banking of hours, they need to be taken during the period of issue date to renual date.

#59984 12/22/05 09:01 PM
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Russ:
Read 13:31-1.7 (b) 2 FIRST, then read
13:31-1.7 (b) 3

OK, so IF ya don't have the book.....

The period that you obtain your Lic, you are excused/exempt from CEU requirements.

As to "banking" (3) says ....no more than eight credits into a succeding triennial period.

Usually I say "guys, stay awake during the 1-hour of Law"......

Merry Christmas.

John


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#59985 12/22/05 09:25 PM
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Hi John,

And i thought i was late!

The 8 hr. lighting Design course was pretty good, they had that one in East Brunswick, morning was indoor lighting, and afternoon was outdoor, the guys that ran the course did a nice job.

Rat,

What courses did you sign up for?



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#59986 12/23/05 08:33 PM
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Les:
I know it's to late now, but how did you find the Lighting Course?? & Who did it??

Ho, Ho, Ho.....it's almost Christmas......

John


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#59987 12/25/05 09:14 PM
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Rat,

What courses did you sign up for?

... Lk,..I signed on for ALL of them,..all 34 hours worth with Bob Frangipane in Lyndhurst, N.J.. I don't have the paperwork in front of me, but I think they're all the same topics no matter where you go..?? I could be wrong...
Russ


.."if it ain't fixed,don't break it...call a Licensed Electrician"
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