Instructor

Ted Gilbert, FSR A

Ted Gilbert, FSR A

Senior Instructor, Interior BC

Ted Gilbert is a certified Master Electrician and was previously a Safety Officer for many years with Technical Safety BC. He has over 30 years in the industry as a contractor, electrician, code change instructor and now teaches for SparkBC across the province.
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Course curriculum

  • 1

    P A R T 1 : Welcome to the course!

    • How to use this course
    • Getting started
    • Your Instructors & Accessing Help
    • A message from the instructor
    • Before we begin...
  • 2

    P A R T 2 : Changes to the Acts, Regulations, Safety Orders, Directives, and Information Bulletins

    • Acts & Regs - Video
    • The Safety Standards Act
    • VIDEO ACTIVITY - Use Your Handbook
    • The Safety Standards Act (continued)
    • VIDEO ACTIVITY - use your Handbook
    • Changes to the SSA
    • The Safety Standards General Regulations (SSGR) & The Electrical Safety Regulations (ESR)
    • New and Important Safety Orders, Directives & Information Bulletins in the last 3 years
    • Acts & Regs - Review Questions
  • 3

    P A R T 3 : Changes to the Code

    • High, Medium & Low Impact Changes
    • Section 0 - Video
    • Section 0 Lesson - Definitions
    • Section 2 - Video
    • Section 2 Lesson - General Rules
    • Section 2 - Review Question
    • Section 4 - Video
    • Section 4 Lesson - Conductors
    • Section 4 - Review Question
    • Section 6 - Video
    • Section 6 Lesson - Services and Service Equipment
    • Section 6 - Review Question
    • Section 8 - Video
    • Section 8 Lesson - Circuit Loading and Demand Factors
    • Section 8 - Review Quiz
    • Section 10 - Video
    • Section 10 Lesson - Grounding and Bonding
    • Section 10 - Review Question
    • Section 12 - Video
    • Section 12 Lesson - Wiring Methods
    • Section 12 - Review Quiz
    • Section 14 - Video
    • Section 14 Lesson - Protection and Control
    • Section 14 - Review Question
    • Section 16 - Video
    • Section 16 - Class 1 and Class 2 Circuits
    • Section 18 - Video
    • Section 18 Lesson - Hazardous Locations
    • Section 18 - Review Question
    • Section 20 Lesson - Flammable Liquid and Gasoline Dispensing, Service Stations, Garages, Bulk Storage Plants, Finishing Processes, and Aircraft Hangars
    • Section 20 - Review Question
    • Section 20 Lesson - Location in which Corrosive Liquids, Vapours, or Excessive Moisture are Likely to be Present
    • Section 24 - Video
    • Section 24 - Video
    • Section 24 Lesson - Patient Care Areas
    • Section 24 - Review Question
    • Section 26 - Video
    • Section 26 Lesson - Installation of Electrical Equipment
    • Section 26 - Review Question
    • Section 28 Lesson - Motors and Generators
    • Section 30 - Installation of Lighting Equipment
    • Section 32 - Video
    • Section 32 Lesson - Fire Alarm Systems, Smoke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms, and Fire Pumps
    • Section 34 - Signs and Outline Lighting
    • Section 36 Lesson - High Voltage Installations
    • Section 46 - Emergency Power Supply, Unit Equipment, Exit Signs, and Life Safety Systems
    • Section 62 - Video
    • Section 62 Lesson - Fixed Electric Heating Systems
    • Section 62 - Review Questions
    • Section 64- Video
    • Section 64 Lesson - Renewable Energy Systems
    • Section 64 - Review Question
    • Section 66 - Amusement Parks, Midways, Carnivals, Film and TV sets, TV Remote Broadcasting Locations, and Travelling Shows
    • Section 68 - Pools, Tubs & Spas
    • Section 78 - Marine Wharves, Docking Facilities, Fixed and Floating Piers, and Boathouses
    • Section 86 Lesson - Electric Vehicle Charging Systems
  • 4

    Knowledge Check

    • Video
    • Test your learning
  • 5

    Wrapping Up

    • What's Next?
    • Before you go...

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