All courses are NJ and PA approved !!
All courses are NJ and PA approved !!
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Kevin began his electrical career in 1976 as an electrician’s helper. He credits his start to his father, Ray Muller, Sr. He worked his way to mechanic, journeyman then NJ Electrical Contractor. In 1989 he started his teaching career around the same time he earned his first electrical inspectors license. He began teaching at Camden County Technical Schools in 1990 as the second-year electrical apprentice instructor. In 1992, Kevin began his inspecting career in Camden, NJ, where he worked as an Electrical Inspector until 1995. He resigned from Camden and started teaching electrical trades for the daytime high school division at CCTS. In 2001, he switched programs and began teaching PLC’s, motor control, VFD’s, process control, hydraulics, pneumatics and AC/DC machinery. The program was closed in 2008 due to lack of demand. Kevin was transferred to the Pennsauken Campus of CCTS where he retired in 2016. In 1990, he also started teaching CEU and exam prep classes for electricians and electrical contractors throughout the tri-state area. Today, Kevin is working full time as an Electrical Subcode Official for several communities along the Jersey shore. He continues teaching classes for electrical inspectors, electrical contractors and electricians throughout the tri-state area. He also continues to teach his licensing exam prep course which is one of the longest running courses in S. Jersey (close to 30 years). He also is a NJ DCA approved instructor for teaching CEU classes for New Jersey Electrical Inspectors.
Below is a partial list of Kevin’s licenses and certifications.
Ray started his carrier in 1974 by following in his father’s footsteps. He enrolled in the co-operative program offered by his high school and went to work as an electrician in the afternoons and full time during the summer months. After graduating from high school with honors, he completed a four year New Jersey State Apprenticeship program. During his apprenticeship he applied, tested and received his New Jersey State Electrical Contractors License. At that time he was the youngest licensed electrician in
the state. Early in his career Ray chose to work for different electrical contractors that specialized in various areas
of the trade in order to gain a broader range of experience. This was important to achieving his main career goal which was to own and operate an electrical contracting business. His goal was realized when he started his own business in 1981.
All during Ray’s career he attended numerous classes related to business and his trade. He also continues to teach various groups in the electrical trade. He is a New Jersey certified vocational teacher and continues to teach the apprenticeship program for many years. Today Ray is licensed as an electrical contractor in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. He is also a
New Jersey Licensed Electrical Inspector. He is a New Jersey State certified instructor and actively teaches the required classes that all licensed electrical contractors need to attend in order to renew
their license every three years. All his employees attend both in-house and outside classes that are taught not only by Ray but many other qualified instructors. The classes include OSHA safety
requirements, new products, technological advances, electrical code changes, customer relations and theory. He has sponsored several apprentices that are either enrolled or completed the New Jersey State program. Ray is a member and actively involved in the following associations and organizations:
Camden County College Electrical Apprenticeship Instructor
National Fire Protection Agency IEC (Independent Electrical Contractors Association)
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Pine Hill Fire Department
All courses are approved for the new licensed journeyman CEU required 15 hrs.