NEC® Code Classes - Suburban Licensing
Residential • Commercial • Industrial

This 10 week course is designed to prepare students to take the National Electrical License test. We help you brush up on National Electric Code and can even help you increase your general knowledge of the National Electric Code.  Class is once a week for ten weeks. 

Cost: $1,500 (cash, credit or check) 
Time: 6pm - 9pm
Upcoming Start Dates Rolling Meadows: August 22, 2022 | September 21, 2022
Instructors: Bill Dettmer, Andrzej Nycz (Mowimy Po Polsku) 

Materials you need to bring to class:
• 2014 NEC book ( has the best price)
•Post it- plastic book marking tabs (NOT NEC tabs)
• Ugly’s electrical book (Menards or Home Depot)
• 2014 Tom Henry’s Key Word Index: Call (800) 642-2633 (may also have the 2014 NEC Code Book)
• highlighter
• calculator
• notebook
• pen/pencil

Electrical Code Classes

​​​​Wisconsin Master Electrical Contractor Licensing Class
​This is a 10 week course that will feature the electrical codes for the state of Wisconsin. Students will be taught using the 2017 National Electric Code (N.E.C.) book. This class is for those who wish to become certified to work in the state of Wisconsin. 
Approved by State of Wisconsin for CEU's. (Continuing Education)


- 2017 NEC Code Book

​- 1 inch binder

Next Start Date: Tuesdays, September 6, 2022
Price: $1,100.00

Test Dates: November 29 or 30, 2022 at Pewaukee, WI
Time: 6-9pm
Location: 5105 Tollview Dr Suite 270 Rolling Meadows, IL 

Grounding Class

This course provides the fundamentals of grounding and bonding. It is based on the requirements contained in the National Electrical Code. This course provides a general overview of electrical grounding and bonding concepts. The course explains defined grounding and bonding terms used in the NEC and the value of using a common language of communication that includes Code terms. The performance criteria of grounding (connecting to earth) and bonding (connecting together) are discussed, along with how to effectively apply the NEC grounding and bonding requirements to electrical systems and installations.  

Cost : $150.00
​Dates: July 12 or July 19, 2022
Time: 6pm - 9pm
Instructor:  Bill Dettmer

Motors Class: Article 430

This 4 night class will cover in depth analysis on all parts of article 430. This article covers motors, motor branch-circuit and feeder conductors and their protection, motor overload protection, motor control circuits, motor controllers and motor control centers. Students will learn through real world examples, instructor knowledge and PowerPoints. This course on motors is suitable for 2017 NEC and 2018 CEC. 
This is a 3 hour class once a week for 3 weeks. CEU's will be provided.
Will receive a free motors slide chart, courtesy of CLEC.  

Date: July 7, 14, 21, 2022 
Time: 6pm - 9pm
Cost: $400.00
Location: 5105 Tollview Dr Suite 270 Rolling Meadows, IL


GET CLASS INFORMATION: (224) 735-3081 


Licensing Electricians & Inspectors Since 2015


Chicago Code Classes - Chicago Licensing 

This 10 - week course is based on the Chicago Electric Code. It covers the basics for single family dwellings as well as multi-family dwellings and commercial buildings, we will cover layout of the code book and how to use it properly. Students will go over multiple articles out of the book and administration from the City of Chicago. We will talk about real world experiences and uses of the code during class. Homework and practice exams will be provided. A program for test takers of the supervising electricians exam.

Cost: $1500 (First-time Students) | $750 (Repeat Chicago Class students: Call to sign up 224-735-3081)

Start Dates: August 23, 2022 (Tuesdays) August 25, 2022 (Thursdays)  |August 27, 2022 (Saturdays 9am -12pm)

Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Instructors: Bill Dettmer, Andrzej Nycz (Mowimy Po Polsku: Tuesdays), Hugo Viramontes (Thursday Spanish Speaking), Daniel Williams

Materials you need to bring to class:
• Notebook,
• pen/pencil,
• calculator
• 2018 Chicago Code Book (You can order the Chicago Code book from the NFPA Website.) 

 Please keep in mind that you CAN NOT MARK in your book if you want to sit for the Supervising Electricians Exam.​​