Your Electrical Education Experts
Email: mike.weaver@candmenterprises.net
Telephone:  785.825.6369

Bio

Mr. Weaver has received in excess of 84 hours of train-the-trainer instruction from the International Association of Electrical Inspectors® on the subjects of grounding and bonding and the analysis of NEC® changes. He is an experienced trainer/presenter of the National Electrical Code® and Part VIII of the International Residential Code®, a member of the National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®), the International Association of Electrical Inspectors® (IAEI®) and the International Code Council® (ICC®). He is currently an IRC® and NEC® subject matter expert for the International Code Council®, an advisor to the Electrical Technology Department of the North Central Kansas Technical College® in Beloit, Kansas, and a member of the City of Salina Accessibility Advisory Board. He is also a contributing developer for the Department of Homeland Security’s Weapons of Mass Destruction/Terrorism (WMD/T) incident response training for non-governmental organizations. He is a past board member of the Building Codes Advisory Board of Salina, Kansas.

Michael R. Weaver began his career as an apprentice electrician with a local private contractor. After 10 years, he became a Master Electrician, and with his wife, started their own electrical contracting business, which they operated for over 20 years. Mr. Weaver is a Principal of C&M Enterprises in Salina, Kansas and develops and presents electrical and safety based training programs for contractors, tradesmen and code officials.

 

As a nationally recognized instructor and trainer by the following organizations, he is routinely entrusted with the responsibility of providing education for the International Code Council®, the International Association of Electrical Inspectors®, the state of Ohio’s Building Code Academy, various municipalities and government jurisdictions across the nation and private industry.

 

 

 

 

He is the author of Dwelling Service and Feeder Calculations, NEC® Electrical Calculations, and Commercial Service and Feeder Calculations, and continues to develop a series of study guides based upon the latest code cycle of the NEC®.