Congratulations on making the jump to get your Oregon Supervising Electrical License.
The decision to get the Oregon Supervising Electrical License is a commitment to your future success and will open many doors for your career. The 2020 NEC version of the Supervisor Test Prep Course is accessed through “YouTube” videos. After purchasing the Supervisor Test Prep Course, you will receive a 500+ page workbook and have the links to the course emailed to you. There is no limit to the number of times you view the videos. The schedule for the course is flexible and can fit your schedule as needed. It is best to clear your schedule for a two week window to fully embrace the training that you are about to begin. It is easy to push life to the margins for two weeks, after that you will be forced to deal with life as it happens. Having a longer schedule to complete the training only allows for more distractions to occur. Working/ studying half days every other day, and studying on weekends, seems to work well with most study habits. The course is designed to be finished in two weeks and then on the third week sit for the Oregon State Supervising Electrician exam. Getting the training completed efficiently allows you to enjoy the benefits of this training.
Your instructor, Shawn Haggin is available to answer calls, texts, or emails between the hours of 7:00 am and 7:00 pm every day except Friday. There is no limit to asking questions, it is better to ask a question immediately rather than batch them. This will let you master the method or calculation and move on to the next lesson.
This course is approved for CEU in Oregon and Washington. Also, please tell Shawn what size t-shirt you wear when you start the course.
Course Materials Needed (Purchase Links Below)
Current National Electrical Code (NEC)
Current National Electrical Code Handbook (NEC) Key Word Index
Ugly’s Electrical Reference or Electrical Black Book
Electrical Supervisor Test Prep Course Description
Shawn Haggin the instructor, has 30 years in the electrical trade and 4 years as the Assistant Electrical Chief Inspector for the State of Oregon. Shawn demonstrates the methodology and skills that are necessary to be successful at the General Supervisor and Plant Supervisor state exam. Journeyman Electricians will learn skills to readily navigate through the listed materials and electrical calculations that are in the National Electrical Code. The class also includes the electrical responsibilities, legal, and administrative that are required for the new Supervising Electrician. The class is Oregon state approved for 24 hours of Continuing Education Units, and 40 hours of CEU in Washington.