How Do I Renew My Texas Electrical License?
By: Ashley Berfield | Nov 08, 2019
3 Steps to Renew My Texas Electrical License
Step 1 – Find My Electrical License Expiration Date:
To begin to renew a Texas electrical license, you’ll need your Texas electrical license number and issue date. If you cannot find your electrical license, you can look it up on the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
website. You can search by using just your name or your electrical license number if you remember it! Once you’ve located your electrical license information you will be able to figure out your expiration date. In Texas your electrical license will expire and need to be renewed every year.
Step 2 – Complete My Electrical Continuing Education:
Now that you have your expiration date on hand, the next step is to complete your electrical continuing education in a timely manner. We recommend you start the process at least a few weeks before license expiration. To renew, Texas Electricians are required to complete 4 hours of electrical continuing education every year. JADE Learning’s Texas electrician continuing education
courses enable you to meet those requirements for only $35, and we are trusted provider #1020 by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). JADE Learning has been an approved CE provider in Texas since 2005. Once your electrical continuing education course is completed and paid, you’ll receive your completion certificate in PDF format in a confirmation email. JADE Learning electronically reports your hours to TDLR the next business day, and we’re happy to rush report if needed!
Step 3 – Renew My Texas Electrical License:
Lastly, you will want to complete your Texas electrical license renewal
and pay to renew your Texas Electrical license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR)
. Be sure to start your electrical continuing education hours and submit your renewal application early to avoid any additional late fees or an inactive license status. It is important to remember that you cannot work with an inactive license.