North Carolina Electrical Contractor Classes for 2017
By: Amy Bonilla | Jul 31, 2017
There are about 2,500 licensed electrical contractors in North Carolina whose licenses expire in the latter part of the year. Is your license about to expire? If so, sign up now to take the North Carolina electrical contractor continuing education class to renew your license on time.
The requirements set by the North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors are as follows:
- North Carolina Electrical contractors have to complete a total of 8 continuing education hours per year
- North Carolina Electrical contractors have to complete at least half of the 8 hours in a classroom
What does this mean?
A licensed electrical contractor in North Carolina with the license type of Limited, Intermediate, Unlimited, or Residential dwelling will have to complete at least 4 hours of in-person classroom training per year. The other 4 hours can either be in-person classroom training or completed online with JADE Learning.
Let’s take a look at the different options that a North Carolina electrical contractor has to complete their electrical continuing education requirement:
- 8 hours of in-person class instruction and 8 hours of online course completion – this will give licensees 2 years of electrical continuing education for their North Carolina Electrical Contractor license.
- 8 hours of in-person class instruction – this will give licensees 1 year of electrical continuing education for their North Carolina Electrical Contractor license.
- 4 hours of in-person class instruction and 4 hours of online course completion – this will give licensees 1 year of electrical continuing education for their North Carolina Electrical Contractor license.
Sign up for the 4 hour Feeders and Branch Circuits and the 4 hour 2014 NEC Applications classes now to fulfill your 2017 North Carolina electrical continuing education requirement or bank some hours for the 2018 renewal. With attendance, each licensee will receive a coupon with two discount codes, each worth $25 off any North Carolina online electrical continuing education course.
The next JADE Learning North Carolina electrical contractor renewal class will be on August 10th, 2017, in Raleigh, North Carolina.
For North Carolina electrical license holders that are also licensed in Georgia or Virginia, the two classroom courses, Feeders and Branch Circuits and 2014 NEC Applications can be reciprocated for electrical continuing education credits to Georgia and Virginia.
Other electrical continuing courses are available at: www.JadeLearning.com.