Mr. Mertz has been in the electrical industry for over 40 years. He is currently the electrical inspector for the City of Bristol Ct. Fred holds a Connecticut E1 license, a State of Virginia Master Electrician license as well as being a Connecticut licensed Electrical Inspector.and Building Official. He is one of only 3 IAEI Master Electrical inspectors currently recognized in the State of Connecticut. He has been conducting Continuing Education classes since the inception of the program over 8 years ago. Other interests include playing the guitar and bass.
Mr. Sadecki is a Connecticut E1 Electrician and Connecticut Licensed Electrical Inspector. He has been part of the electrical industry in Connecticut for over 30 years. Many years of hands on experience in Residential, commercial and industrial electrical projects give him a broad understanding of the industry as a whole and the problems faced by electricians. He brings a wealth of real world experience to the table. His other interests include playing golf and shooting pool.
Paul Murphy has been in the electrical industry for nearly 40 years. He has held positions as Electrical Inspector in two major Connecticut cities as well as having run his own electrical contracting business. Mr. Murphy is licensed in Connecticut as an E1 and in Westchester County New York as a Master Electrician. Like Mr. Mertz, Paul is nationally certified by the International Association of Electrical Inspectors as a Master Electrical Inspector. One of only 3 persons so recognized in all of Connecticut. He also holds a Connecticut Electrical Inspectors license. He currently instructs apprentice electricians evenings at the Henry Abbott Technical High School.
Hayley is beginning her fourth year with IQ Electrical Training West. She provides website management as well as being the registrar. She has over 20 years of accounting experience and her interests include pet rescue, reading, and visiting her second home is Vermont.
Instructor Earl Dean is well known throughout the building inspection community as an educator of Connecticut's building and electrical inspectors. He had taught building code to building officials for nine years for the State of CT.
Earl taught from 1985-87 as the Electricity Shop Instructor at Grasso Tech in Groton, CT. He also taught post high school electricity classes for evening apprenticeship programs for 22 years at Grasso and Norwich Tech.
After his retirement from the state in 2009, Earl has focused his energies teaching continuing education electrical code and apprentices. He is licensed with CT State as an electrical contractor (E1), an electrical inspector (EI), Fire Marshal (FM) and as a building official (BO). He was also certified with the International Code Council as a Master Code Professional. And recently, Earl earned approval as an OSHA instructor for the OSHA 10 and 30 training certification.
Ben holds electrical licenses in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. He specializes in the installation of fire alarm as well as other low voltage installations such as home theater and access control. With his wealth of experience he is able to answer questions and provide an interesting and engaging learning experience.
Michael Ose has been in the electrical industry for over 20 years, He holds a Connecticut E1 license as well as being licensed as a Connecticut Building Official. Mike is currently employed by the State of Connecticut Department of Administrative Services where he conducts electrical inspections on state projects as well as providing technical assistance and code interpretations to electricians, designers and local code officials.
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