Learn If Your State Has Made Any Changes to Electrical CE for COVID-19
By: JADE Learning | May 05, 2020
The spread of COVID-19, or the Coronavirus, has impacted almost every aspect of daily life. Local and state governments are doing their part to help prevent the spread of the virus. With prohibitions on gatherings of more than just a few people, many providers and/or states are canceling in-person continuing education courses for electricians. Luckily, JADE Learning offers simple online electrician courses to help you renew your license.
What to Do If Your State Cancels In-Person Electrical Courses
The best way to avoid the spread of the virus is to stay home, so many states are allowing for online CE units to take the place of in-person ones. This means many electricians who need to renew their license may need to transition to all-online credits. If you have not taken online electrical continuing education before, it’s easy to get started!
How to Renew Your Electrical License Online
The switch to online doesn’t have to be difficult. JADE Learning makes it easy to find, sign up for, and complete the courses you need to renew your electrical license. Our team knows the unique requirements for your state and can help you satisfy them at your desired pace and from the comfort of your own home. JADE Learning is here to help you – we are available by phone, email, and chat. Contact our team today.
How Has COVID Affected Electrical Continuing Education in Your State?
JADE Learning serves residents across all 50 states. Click the link below to learn more about COVID changes and updates where you are licensed.
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