V - Code Licensing Test Prep 2017
The Toledo Electrical JATC is offering a new course that will help you get you to the next level.
Please follow these steps and use the helpful information along the way.
***Attention Journey level Residential Wireman*** “It was agreed that out of the second-year total package increase of $1.15 that $0.90 would be available for allocation and $0.25 would be placed as a premium on the wage rate for Journeymen with a Michigan Journeyman License.”
***Please read the course description to better understand how the course will be run***
Description of the course: V-Code Licensing Test Prep 2017
This course is a self-paced online course that will help you develop your National Electrical Code skills with the goal of preparing you to take the MI State Electrical exam. You can take this course at home or wherever you want on your mobile device. We do offer open tutoring on Thursday nights (6 to 10pm) if you would like to use the JATC computers and have a great tutor to help you navigate the code and math questions. You will also be provided a NEC 2017 and Codeology book. Overall, the course work should take about sixteen hours to complete, but please take your time, the grant is a fixed amount of $221.86. Grant and course completion certificate would be delivered to the participant by mail. Certificate would also be recorded into your TEJATC student account.
We have two online partners we work with to bring you this online course thru their Learning Management Systems, they are Blended Learning and Northwest State Community College (NWSCC). We will be emailing you details and videos on how to log on to these online systems.
Blended Learning is the online system for delivering this is a self-paced method of the course delivery, called Codeology. All lessons must be completed by the participant. There is a total of thirteen lessons and quizzes. Since you enrolled for the course, the JATC will soon be sending you an email with the details and video of logging into Blended Learning to start your course.
NWSCC is the online system for delivering this is a self-paced method of quiz delivery. There is a total of seven quizzes and a bonus sample quiz relevant to the MI State Electrical exam. Since you enrolled for the course, the JATC will soon be sending you an email with the details and video of logging into NWSCC to start your course.
About the NWSCC quizzes: There are seven quizzes you must take that are not long, only five to ten questions each. All quizzes would be required to be passed with a 70% or better and could be taken at any time If you received a test score above 70%. No further action is required with this test. Move onto the next quiz. If you did not receive above a 70%, you may take the test up to three times. After 3 test scores under 70%, call the JATC for a remediation plan (419-666-8088).
BONUS: The sample quiz relevant to the MI State Electrical exam are available for you to take as many times as you want. Each time you take it this quiz it will randomly select questions and provide you an opportunity to develop your National Electrical Code skills.
Communications methods from NWSCC once registered:
If required thru US mail you will receive notification of student ID number, NWS email, and password. This will take a week or more once registered for course.
Email- using NWSCC generated email for notification password reset. This email is usually - First initial and last name @ northwesstate.edu.
Phone Help (419-267-1461) is available M-F 8am to 6pm to receive your ID number, NWS email, and password resets. You will need to provide them some personal information.
Course Completion: The JATC will be reviewing the test completions weekly and if all the Blended Learning Codeology coursework and NWSCC quizzes are completed you will receive a Code Licensing Test Prep 2017 Course Completion Certificate. This certificate will be US mailed to you and stored on file at the JATC.
Grant Amount is $221.86. The course was marked as a 16 hour course $390. Minus the Codeology book $49.68, ETA LMS Cost $30.46, National Electrical Code 2017 $78.00. ($390.00 – $168.14 = $221.86)
Step 1:Identify the card you received from those pictured below.
Below you will see two cards that have been mailed out to specific residential journey level wireman. They are listed as card #1 and card #2 below.
Click on card #1 below to register with NWSCC. Follow the directions on the card or listed below the card.
After you have completed the NWSCC application online read the HELP Northwest State Community College (NSCC)information below and then call 419-666-8088 or email email@example.com and let us know that you are ready to sign-up and get started.
Click on card #2 below to register with Blended Learning (LMS). Follow the directions on the card or listed below the card.
NWSCC will communicate with you thru US mail, your NWSCC email, and you can call them. If required, thru US mail you will receive notification of student ID number, NWS email, and password. This US mail will take a week or more once registered for course. Email using your NWSCC generated email for notification password reset. This email is usually - First initial and last name @ northwesstate.edu. Call NWSCC Help (419-267-1461) is available M-H 8am to 6pm & Friday 8am to 4pm to receive your ID number, NWS email, and password resets. You will need to provide them some personal information.
Under the Continuing Education tab on the website you will find a drop down called Residential This is the best way to access the Blended Learning (LMS) that you will need to access throughout your selected course.