The Electrician's Trade Demystified
Supercharge your CAREER as an ELECTRICIAN!
Simple enough for a beginner,
but challenging enough for an advanced student, The Electrician's
Trade DeMYSTiFieD helps you maximize your test score and become a
successful working electrician!
Are you an aspiring journeyman or master electrician? The
Electrician's Trade DeMYSTiFieD makes it shockingly easy to
prepare for licensing exams and on the-
Written in a step-by-step format, this practical guide describes
the typical licensing process, which varies by region, and explains
how to determine the specific requirements for your state or city.
You'll get a thorough review of the National Electrical Code
(NEC), including ways to access exam answers on an open-book basis.
Detailed examples and concise explanations make it easy to
understand the material, and end-of-chapter quizzes and a final exam
help reinforce key concepts
It's a no-brainer! You'll learn:
- How to find licensing requirements for the state in
which you plan to work
- Time-saving methods for navigating through the NEC
- What it takes to become a journeyman and master
- Strategies for passing your exam
- How to use logic to improve your score
- Jobsite procedures that promote efficiency and
Licensing for Electricians
The National Electrical Code
Preparing for the Exam: What to Expect
(It's not as Hard as You Think)
Multiple-Choice Strategy: Using Logic
to Improve Your Score
National Electrical Code: Chapters 1
National Electrical Code: Chapters 4
through 7: Getting Down to Specifics
National Electrical Code Chapter 8:
What's Different about Communications Systems?
National Electrical Code Chapter 9:
Working with Tables
Tools and the Job Site: Efficient Work
Additional Certifications: Elevators,
Fire Alarm Systems, Refrigeration, and Others = Total Job
NEC Practice Exam
Answers to Quizzes and NEC Practice
Appendix: Books and the Internet -
Using Print and Online Resources
David Herres is the owner and operator of a residential
and commercial construction company. He obtained a Journeyman
Electricianís License in 1975, and has certificates in welding and
wetland delineation, along with experience with elevators.
Beginning in 2001, Mr. Herres has focused primarily on electrical
work, upgrading his license to Master status.
He is the author of two McGraw-Hill Professional titles,
The 2011 National
Electrical Code: Chapter-by-Chapter and
and Repairing Commercial Electrical Equipment.