Course Offerings

CSA Z462 Compliant Arc Flash & Shock Electrical Safety eLearning Training

Arc flash and shock are major hazards in the industrial and commercial workplace.

E2 Inc. is collaborating with ESPS Electrical Safety Program Solutions Inc. (ESPS) to promote an online electrical safety training course for electrical workers focused on the practical application of CSA Z462 within the workplace.

This in-depth online course is a prerequisite for further instructor-led, hands-on training in electrical safety related to arc flash and shock to be offered by E2 Inc. in the Fall of 2017.

Group purchase options are available. For course details and links to course registration, visit our Arc Flash & Shock Electrical Safety Training page.


CSA Z463

CSA Z463 is Canada’s first guideline on electrical systems maintenance. It will help you develop an effective electrical maintenance plan to protect your workers, your property, and extend the life of your electrical systems.


EVITP™

The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Training Program (EVITP™) was designed to address the need for installation and maintenance of the EV charging infrastructure in the safest and most cost effective manner.  This four day program will assist those who install EV equipment to do so with the best practices, including code, safety, and customer service. Please note! To be eligible to receive certification and 50% training cost subsidy from the Province of BC, you must be a journeyperson electrician and must provide your Certificate of Qualification at time of registration.

NEW! For a list of certified EVSE Installers, please click here

Course description

Note!  Certification Prerequisites for EVITP™ Instructor

  • Construction Electrician (NOC 7241) Certificate of Qualification issued by a Canadian provincial/territorial training authority with a Red Seal endorsement -and-                                                                                  

(Note:  The certification references the occupational title in the 2015 Construction Electrician Red Seal Occupational Standard here.   The occupational title may vary by jurisdiction. For clarity, the four-digit National Occupational Classification (NOC) code is referenced here.)

  • Completion of an approved EVITP™ Installer Train-the-Trainer program -and-
  • Meet or exceed the pass-score standard for the EVITP™ Canada Installer certification examination -and-
  • A minimum of two (2) years of full-time or four (4) years of part-time documented experience in delivering electrical trade-related training (e.g., supplemental apprenticeship training, journeyperson training, safety training) or electrical apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship training.  Candidates who do not meet the minimum requirement shall be Mentored by an accredited EVITP™ Instructor.

NALCTP

The National Advanced Lighting Controls Training Program (NALCTP) is a multi-jurisdictional initiative aimed at increasing the use of lighting controls in commercial buildings and industrial facilities.

Through proper installation, advanced lighting controls improve energy efficiency in commercial facilities and save significant dollars. NALCTP will educate, train and certify licensed electrical contractors and certified general electricians in the proper programming, testing, installation, commissioning and maintenance of advanced lighting control systems in commercial facilities.


Solar Photovoltaic (PV) – A CSA Certification preparatory course

The growth in the market for Solar Photovoltaic (PV) installations, the shortage of skilled labour and the need for safe and effective installation of PV systems have accelerated the requirement to identify and formally recognize competent system installation personnel.

CSA Standards (CSA), a leading standards-based solutions organization, and the National Electrical Trade Council (NETCO), an E2 Inc. national affiliate, have partnered to develop a third-party, independent personnel certification program for Construction Electricians installing photovoltaic (PV) equipment in Canada.

Background info on our PV Solar Training Program