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COXCO Training and Consulting provides on-site training for Electrical License renewal, or CEUs, in Conduit Bending (pipe bending), National Electrical Code; NEC Code Update, AC Motor Controls, Transformers (single and three phase), Programmable Controllers (PLCs), Article 250 Grounding, Electrical Safety, and Washington State RCW/WAC Update.
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A course that teaches the basics of Programmable Controllers Course provides a basis for understanding controls and control components... Course covers pump circuits, reduced voltage starters, sequence control, and more.
Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) Class
This class is held On-site at your location.
Introduction to AC Motor Controls Class
This class is held On-site at your location.
Intermediate AC Motor Controls Class
This class is held On-site at your location.

8-Hour Class 
Class covers the basic concepts and application of programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Material includes what is a PLC?, understanding the input/output section (I/O), processor unit, programming devices, memory organization, numbering system, understanding and using ladder diagrams, relay type instructions, programming a PLC, programming considerations, program control instructions, programming timers and counters.

8-hour Class 
This course covers AC Motor Control circuits, wiring diagrams, ladder diagrams and troubleshoot techniques.  The material is presented in a way that is easy to understand and gives you the ability to apply what you have learned.  There are demonstrations and hands-on exercises to enhance the learning process.

8-Hour Class 
This class picks up where the Introduction to AC Motor Controls stopped. Material covered will include: Sequence Control, Pump Controls, Testing and Connecting 9-lead Motors, Programmable Controllers, Speed Control, High Capacity Starter, Power Factor, and Control Enclosures.

A hands-on class that teaches you how to bend conduit/pipe with precision... Hands on class that teaches advanced conduit/pipe bending techniques. All about single phase transformers, theory and application
Conduit Bending Techniques I Class
This class is held On-site at your location.
Conduit Bending Techniques II Class
This class is held On-site at your location.
Introduction to Transfomers Class
This class is held On-site at your location.

This class covers basic trigonometry and procedure for conduit layout and bending techniques for precision
ninety-degree bends, back-to-back bends, kick, offsets, parallel offsets, four bend saddles, and three bend saddles.
8-Hour Class  Approved for 8 CEUs  in Washington State
Class covers conduit bending techniques for rigid conduit using mechanical and hydraulic benders. Bending methods will include push-through bending, segment bending and concentric bending techniques.


8-Hour Class 
This class covers Magnetism, Magnetic Induction, Inductance in AC Circuits, Isolation Transformers, Potential Transformers, Current Transformers, Magnetic Polarities, Auto Transformers, Testing and Load Calculations for Single Phase Transformers.
Theory and installation of thee phase transformers Understanding control circuits and associated equipment... Learn how to design and install motor Circuits
Three Phase Transformers Class
This class is held On-site at your location.
Understanding Control Systems
This class is held On-site at your location.
Article 430 National Electrical Code® Class
This class is held On-site at your location.

8-Hour Class
Class covers voltage and current relationships, three phase formulas, transformer ratings, transformer connections (Wye-Wye, Delta-Delta, Open Delta-Open Delta, Wye-Delta, Delta-Wye, Open Wye-open Delta), transformer installations, over current protection preventive/predictive maintenance, and high leg requirements.

 8-Hour Class 
This course covers AC Motor Control circuits, wiring diagrams, ladder diagrams and troubleshoot techniques. The material is presented in a way that is easy to understand and gives you the ability to apply what you have learned. There are demonstrations and hands-on exercises to enhance the learning process.

This class covers the calculations and installation requirements for motors and motor control systems to meet the standards of Article 430 of the NEC and JIC standards. The class includes: terminology, motor nameplate requirements, calculating motor circuit conductors, branch circuit overcurrent protective devices, motor and branch circuit overload protection, installation of controllers and disconnects, motor control circuits conductors, feeders and feeder taps.
Course covers Washington State RCW/WAC rules and Codes Teaches you how to navigate and use the National Electrical Code 2011 national Electrical Code Update Class
4-Hour RCW/WAC Update Course
This class is held On-site at your location.
Introduction to the National Electrical Code Class
This class is held On-site at your location.
2014 National Electrical Code Update Class
This class is held On-site at your location.
On-Site Class Approved for 4-Hours/CEUs  in Washington State
This course will cover Chapter 19.28 RCW Electricians and Electrical Installations and Chapter 296-46B WAC Electrical Safety Standards, Administration, and Installations codes. The course will acquaint the student with the Revised Codes of Washington (RCW) and the Washington Administrative Codes (WAC) as they relate to: Electricians, Electrical Installations, Electrical Work Permits and Fees, Electrical Training, Electrical Safety Standards, Continuing Education, Administration procedures, and more.
 
 
 
8-hour Class
A course designed to acquaint workers with the National Electrical Code, how to navigate through the Articles and how to use the the Tables and Annex portions of the Code.
8-hour Class
This course covers the changes made in the 2011 National Electrical Code from the previous 2008 edition of the National Electrical Code.




1-8 hour 2017 NEC update class
1-8 hour NFPA 70E class
1-4 hour RCW/WAC 1-hour Oregon Rules 1-4 hour Branch Circuits and Feeders
On-site Electrical Training Classes
one (1) each Single and Three Phase transformers class September 6th
two (2) each Single and Three Phase Motors August 23rd and September 1st
one (1) each Understanding Control Systems class September 20th
one (1) each Grounding and Bonding class August 30th