NJATC/NCSCB Cable Splicing Certification

The NCSCB and our board of directors were formed in 2004 with representatives from utilities, contractors, manufacturers, organizations, cable splicers, and others. The NCSCB is an independent, non-profit organization that exists solely for the purpose of developing and administering quality and comprehensive certification programs in splicing and terminating shielded electrical power cables.

  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
  • National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)
  • Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC)
  • National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the Electrical Industry (NJATC)and individuals affiliated with:
  • 3M – Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing
  • American Electric Power
  • Elastimold – a division of Thomas & Betts
  • Georgia Power – Southern Companies
  • J.C. Driskill
  • John E. Kelley and Sons Electrical Construction
  • Okonite Cable Company
  • PECO an Exelon Company
  • Potomac Testing – NETA member
  • Power Plus Engineering – NETA member
  • Primary Service Corporation
  • Primo Electric Company
  • Progress Energy
  • Prysmian – formerly Pirelli Power Cable
  • Ripley Tools
  • SRP
  • Tidewater Electrical JATC
  • Tyco Electronics – Energy Division
  • Walker Engineering
  • XCEL Energy

For more information please see: http://www.njatc.org/cert/ncscb/index.aspx

FIND A CLASS

To find a class at one of the Training Centers in the NJATC’s network, click here: http://www.njatc.org/training/courses.aspx

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