Lunch & Learn

Bender Inc.'s Lunch & Learn program is designed to share Bender’s 70 years of electrical safety knowledge with you through training modules. Bender experts tailor your Lunch & Learn meeting to your company and include training for both personal and professional development. The session highlights our newest technologies, provides new solutions for your operations, and offers lunch for those who attend the training!

Who should attend?

  • Senior Engineers
  • Electrical Distributors
  • Sales
  • Facility Maintenance
  • Consultants
  • Design engineers

Our current course offerings include:

  • NEC – The New 2017 Marina Electrical Code
    • The purpose of this course is to provide a detailed review of the NEC changes for marina electrical codes, specifically for ground fault protection. This course examines the new requirements and updated standards between the 2014 and 2017 versions of the NEC Article 555 for Marinas, Boatyards, and Commercial and Noncommercial Docking Facilities. Upon completion, participants will understand the updated ground fault requirements, sign requirements, the 2017 TIA, and GFCI requirements for personnel.
  • Best Practice for Isolated Power Systems in Healthcare Facilities
    • The purpose of this course is to explore the importance of electrical safety in hospitals and healthcare facilities. This includes an overview of Isolated Power Systems, review of the current codes and standards, best practice in equipment selection, design, installation, and maintenance, and frequently asked questions related to Isolated Power Systems.

Lunch and Learn

ICC Preferred Provider

Bender Inc. offers a selection of courses highlighting the latest electrical codes, standards, and safety practices. CEU credits are awarded.

Bender Inc. is proud to be listed as a Preferred Provider for the International Code Council (ICC) and award continuing education units (CEUs) for courses related to industrial and medical applications. Our course offerings are specifically designed for engineers, consultants, inspectors, and facility maintenance staff who wish to stay up-to-date on the latest electrical codes and standards in their industry. All courses are in-person and interactive to better facilitate group discussion and collaboration.