RJ Deering Electrical Training

Serving Michigan Electricians Since 1998

We can provide you with all your training needs.

Become an Electrical Code Dude

Understand the NEC from the comfort of your home!

 Upcoming Sessions:

July 19, 2019 – NFPA-70E Arc Flash Training

July 20/21, 2019 – NEC 2017 Exam Prep Class

Last Sign Specialist Update ClassYpsilanti MI

November 8, 2019 – Sign Specialist Exam Prep

November 9 & 10, 2019 – Code Update Class – Kalamazoo MI

NEC 2017 Correspondence Course – Home Study – Code Update


National Electrical Code 2017 – Code Update:

  Code Update Info & Enrollment Forms 

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The Goodie Box  A selection of industry stuff.

Notice the raceway on the left. It is a good example of using the Annex C in the NEC 2014.  The EMT Table allows 16 – 12AWG THHN conductors in a 3/4 conduit.  As you can see, we have a few more in this piece of a 10 foot raceway, including a 14/3 NM Cable!  The center item is MI cable.  The item on the right is an example of “conduit tubing”, and the lower raceway is 400ampere “Monster Cable”  Type MC Cable.


I hope all is well with your business and/or your career.  I started my career back in 7th grade, working with my father who was an Electrical Contractor.  I have realized that the electrical field is vast and working with so many of you has been very rewarding. I have enjoyed working my way up to a Master Electrician and Electrical Inspector. The latter has led to being blessed to being able to work with so many Michigan Contractors and Industrial Companies in this beautiful State of ours.  My wife and I have a love for the outdoors, live Up North, and continue to pinch ourselves every day.  I will share pictures of our adventures from time to time.

The current featured image is taken from the Glen Haven beach in Leelanau County.  Hiking is really good this Spring and we look forward to tons of fun as the Summer rolls in.

I look forward to working with you in the future.

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Ronald Deering CESCP


You will notice the image here of a breaker locking device.  The device complies with NEC 110.25 as a permanent locking means for the fire alarm and does a great job of directing firemen to the disconnect during a fire response call.  There are many of these devices on the market, all of which do a great job.  Before you install one in your area, you will want to check with the local Fire Marshall.  Sometimes your local jurisdiction has specific types of equipment they would like you to use, to keep all panels in their area uniform.

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