Mike is nationally recognized as one of America's most knowledgeable electrical trainers. He has touched the lives of many thousands of electricians, inspectors, contractors and engineers. His dynamic and animated teaching style is relaxed, direct and fun. Perhaps Mike's best quality is his ability to motivate his students to become successful.
He is devoted to providing quality training aids such as seminars, videos, books
and software that enhances job performance, personal confidence and career growth.
The quality that sets Mike apart from the others is his ability to motivate his
students to become successful. Mike's experiences as an electrician, inspector
and contractor help him develop training programs that the electrician understands
and enjoys. His ability to take the intimidation out of learning is reflected
in the success rate of his students.
Mike has devoted his career to studying and understanding the National Electrical Code, a foundation of the electrical industry. Researching the NEC all these years and understanding its background has not only made Mike an expert, but it has earned him the respect of his peers.
Companies and organizations across the United States and Mexico have used his
expertise in English and Spanish to help them pinpoint the exact meaning of the
NEC. In addition, his insight has been helpful in litigation problems, where the
exact meaning of the Code is necessary.
Mike is a well-respected author and developer of software, books and video training programs. He has mastered the art of explaining the complicated in a simple but direct style. His ability to simplify technical concepts makes him one of America's most sought after speaker in the electrical trade. His extensive use of illustration in all of his training programs makes learning fun. His articles have been seen in numerous magazines, such as Electrical Construction & Maintenance (EC&M), CEE News, Electrical Design and Installation (EDI), Electrical Contractor (EC), International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI News), The Electrical Distributor (TED) and Power Quality (PQ) Magazine.