2 CEU Hours - 20210184 Advanced Burglar Alarms 2021; A sequel to Basic Burglar Alarm Detection and Operation; This class for the individual that has taken the Basic introduction class, or has at least 3 years’ experience in the field. Subjects include Device selection, Design and layout, Partitions and zones. This class meets the State requirement for technical hours.
2 CEU Hours -20220235 Basics for Telco and Cable 2023; This Class is an overview of the requirements for Grounding, Bonding, and general rules for wire and cable installations as well as best practices for termination and certification. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
4 CEU Hours – 20220120 Basic Burglar Alarm Installation 2022; This class covers installation and use including detection devices, programming options and features are part of this class. False alarm prevention including the CPO1 requirements as required by many communities has been added. A non-brand specific class for the moderately experienced alarm installer. This class meets the State requirement for technical hours.
2 CEU Hours - 20220069 Basics of Fire Alarms 2022; Non-Brand specific covering NFPA and Electrical code requirements for Fire alarms and fire reporting. Dealing with the AHJ and determining who the AHJ is. The liabilities and responsibilities for testing and reporting are also covered. This class meets the State requirement for technical hours.
2 CE Hours - 20210183 Chapter 8 References 2021; Other sections of the code do not apply to chapter 8 unless specifically referenced. This class covers the places that does reference other sections of the code, more than 37 places are referenced. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
4 CEU Hours – CRSE2307-0015 Class 2 and Class 3 Circuits 725 2023; This class is a 4 hour CEU NEC code class. This class includes the changes and the additions to the code for 2020. Including the changes as they relate to PoE and other power and listing changes. Other topics include control and signal circuits, Circuit identification and installation requirements. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
2 CEU Hours - 2021 Environmental Monitoring 2021; This is a class for all individuals who are concerned about the new Carbon Monoxide law, as well as Smoke and other environmental concerns. This class meets the State requirement for technical hours.
2 CEU Hours – 20210440 Fire Stop 101 2022; This course is an important part of all installation projects. Proper fire stop is covered for new construction as well as retrofit applications. Definitions and terminology as practical applications and code requirements are covered. This class meets the State requirement for technical hours.
4 CEU Hours - 20210188 Fundamentals of the NEC for the PLT 2021; This class is an expanded class of the Basic fundamental’s presentation including the development, Purpose and Structure of the National Electrical Code. The Chapters and the Articles that are specific to the Technology Contractor. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
2 CEU Hours - 20220390 Grounding & Bonding For Antenna Systems 2023; The Satellite Grounding and Bonding per the NEC 2020 edition is a comprehensive review of why we ground and Bond and what the UL and NEC requirements are for Antennae installations and coax distribution and Cable TV installations. In Addition general Grounding for communications systems in General. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
2 CEU Hours – CRSE2307-0016 MN Rules 2023; An updated review of the Rules for Licensing and Inspection in Minnesota. Provides updated information on on-line renewal, CE requirements, and filing, deadline review and fee schedules. This class meets the State requirement for Rules / Technical hours.
4 CEU Hours - 20210173 MN RULES FOR THE CONTRACTOR This class is a comprehensive class for the Responsible Person of Record for a Contractor’s License and any owners and managers of contracting companies. The responsibilities of individuals, License requirements and Inspections are discussed in depth. Who is responsible to supervise unlicensed individuals involved in Technology work? Renewal and Continuing Education requirements are covered as well. This class meets the State requirement for Rules / Technical hours.
2 CEU Hours - 20220355 NEC Chapter 1 Part 1 2023; National Electrical Code Chapter 1 part 1 is the first in a two part series designed for the Technician who has very little contact with Electrical equipment and installations. This class is also appropriate for the Registered Unlicensed Technician. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
2 CEU Hours – CRSE2307-0053 NEC Chapter 1 Part 2 2023; National Electrical Code Chapter 1 part 2 is the second part in a two part series designed for the Technician who has very little contact with Electrical equipment and installations. This class is also appropriate for the Registered Unlicensed Technician. Irrigation installations are specifically referenced. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
4 CEU Hours – 20230086 NEC Article 500 2023; Classified Locations This Class is an overview of Hazardous or classified locations An emphasis on identifying what is a hazardous or Classified Location and the NEC requirements for installations. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
2 CEU Hours - 20220391 NEC Article 680 2023; This section of the code is what the Landscaping and irrigation people have been asking for, this part of the code is all about outdoor lighting and irrigation. Specific areas of interest are those with outdoor water features, pools, spas, fountains, and other man-made water features. Finally, a class for those industries. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
2 CEU Hours - 20230085 NEC Article 725 2023; The National Electrical Code chapters that relate to Class 1, 2, and 3 wiring. Related chapters such as Hazardous locations and Technology areas are referenced. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
2 CE Hours - 20220328 NEC CHAPTER 8 ARTICLE 800 2023; Communications cabling installations with a high emphasis on Grounding, Bonding, and installation requirements. The general requirements for Articles 805,810,820, and 830 are reviewed. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
4 CEU HOURS - 20210271 THE NEC IN PRACTICE AND PICTURES; This is a visual presentation with many pictures and examples of code requirements and violations. Many of the photos are courtesy of past attendees of our classes. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
4 CEU Hours - 20230087 THE NEC & THE PLT 2023: A comprehensive review of the sections of the code that has meaning to the PLT. A synopsis of NEC codes Chapter 1-5 based on the 2020 code This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
4 CEU Hours – 20230066 NEC AND THE PLT 2023 PART 2; Highlighting additional parts of the code that concern the installation of Technology Systems. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
4 CEU Hours – 20230032 NEC Article 722 and 760 2020; This class is all about Power limited fire alarm installations and, class 2, and Class 3 control and signaling circuits and installation practices that relate to PLFA and clear definitions of what is a Non-Power limited alarm system. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
2 CEU Hours – 20230170 SECURING & SUPPORTING 2023; Securing and supporting covers the rules for fastening cables and equipment in various environments. NEC Article 300.11, 304.A -E and the related articles in other articles are emphasized. With the inspectors looking at our work, let us do it in a workmanlike manner. This class meets the State requirement for Code hours.
Registered unlicensed RT/RE/RM classes are offered each month at the Roseville Location. Registered unlicensed may also register for part of any day scheduled for Licensed Technicians. It is important to keep in mind only those classes listed as NEC Code qualify for CEU’s for Unlicensed Registered Technicians.
"Continuing Education Credit's For The AJ, AM, EL, EM, PLT, SSI and RT/RE/RM " or "PLT Prep Exam Classes"
Our classes are the most reasonable, cost effective classes you will find. PLT Services accesses a data base on all attendees, so we can try and help you not duplicate classes in the same renewal period.
What does a full day cost? $185.00, Discounts apply for those who sign up for a second day when registering. A second day discount will apply if registration is done at the same time.
PLT SERVICES is a state approved Continuing Education training facility for the Power Limited Technician as well as Registered Unlicensed, electricians, satellite installers and HVAC contractors.*
Training is offered on a contract basis or through our regularly scheduled classes. Approval for all classes through the Department of Labor and Industry Electrical Division.
Classes are taught by Power Limited Technicians who actually work, or have worked in the field. Classes are relevant to the Power Limited Tech, not electricians. Classes are limited in size so you can ask the questions you need answers to. All of our regular instructors are Licensed Power Limited Technicians, and have a minimum of 28 years experience in their areas of expertise. PLT Services works with manufacturers, distributors, and dealers who have special talents they are willing to share. PLT Services has instructors available to us that train on specific subjects they are experts in. These classes are arranged special arrangements.
PLT services is a Department of Labor and Industry approved source for continuing education credits for the Power Limited Technician as well as other license holders in the electrical industry. PLT Services classes are designed to provide usable and valuable education not just fill chairs and take up your time. Our classes cover subjects that are important to the industry and enable the Power Limited contractor to expand there business. Required courses include National Electric Code based on the most current issue of the NEC Code book. The NEC Classes are specific to the areas of interest to the PLT and TSC Contractor.
PLT Services will come to you and provide classes to your entire company, allowing the contractor to save the cost of sending employees out of town to fulfill their CEU requirements. Our regularly scheduled classes are reasonably priced for the individual needing to renew their personal license. These classes are done by special special arrangements.
Some of the Classes PLT Services Offers:
- National Electrical Code Chapter 725 2020 and related Articles. This class covers Class 1,2,and 3 wiring and other specifically related issues.
- National Electrical code Chapter 800 2020. This class covers communications wiring and specifications. These classes both meet the 2 hour CEU minimum renewal requirement.
- NEC and The PLT, This Class covers the National Electrical Code and how it relates to the PLT. This meets 4 CEU Minimum Hours OTHER TECHNICAL CLASSES MN Rules 2020.
- Introduction to Fire Alarm Systems. Low Voltage Wiring with a residential emphasis.
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Our Training Staff can design a specific class based on your specific industry, Just call and we will try to create a class just for you.
PLT Services offers its classes throughout the state of Minnesota. The CE Training for Minnesota AJ, AM, EL, EM, PLT, SSI and RT/RE/RM Technicians.
PLT Services offers on-site classes for companies that prefer to have classes for their employees, customers, or affiliates. We offer customized training at a discounted rate. A minimum of 25 attendee’s is required. Contact us for more information and class options.