Workforce Development

Conduit Bending and Installation

Evening Classes

This course provides instructions and interactions concerning general conduit bending and installation, in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NEC). The lesson defines a conduit system, lists general specifications for use of types of conduit, and introduces the major components or materials of a basic conduit system. The lesson also demonstrates and provides instruction on general methods and practices for cutting, cleaning, bending, and installing conduit.

Upon completion of this lesson, participants will be able to:

  • Define conduit and the different types of conduits
  • Read and use a conduit fill chart
  • Identify boxes and fittings
  • Plan a layout of and measure for a conduit installation
  • Explain the methods for cleaning, cutting, and threading a conduit
  • Identify benders and their uses, and define common markings of a hand bender
  • Measure for and make a 90-degree bend
  • Identify an offset bend and its uses, and make an offset bend using an offset chart
  • Make and use a three and four bend saddle
  • Explain the methods for installing conduit and supporting a conduit system

Dates: April 8, 2021
Time: Thursday nights from 6:00pm – 9:00pm
8 classes total
24-course hours (3 hours per class)

Cost: $600 per student

Conduit Bending and Installation


Workforce Development
Phone: 716-614-6236
Location: A-231