Renew Your Florida Electrical License by 8/31/22
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Our continuing education courses are taught online, allowing you to work whenever your schedule allows from a desktop, laptop, tablet, or even a smartphone.
Courses are taught by licensed electricians and NEC code experts with decades of experience.
Choose from a wide selection of courses, and all courses are free to start. You’ll only pay to have your completed hours reported to the state. Rush reporting is included on each business day.
All course material is approved by the Division of Professions, Electrical Contractors’ Licensing Board (ECLB) since 1996 and JADE Learning is trusted provider No. PVD158.
How to Renew Your Electrical License in Florida
Electricians in Florida must meet the following requirements in order to renew their license (updated 7/1/20):
- License renewal deadline is August 31, every even year.
- Certified and Registered Electrical Contractors: Complete 11 hours of board-approved continuing education every 2 years. At least 7 hours must be technical, including 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course. At least 1 hour must be dedicated to each of the following: Workers’ Compensation, Workplace Safety, Business, Advanced, and Laws/Rules.
- Those engaged in alarm work must have 2 hours on false alarm prevention.
- Alarm Contractors: 7 hours of continuing education, including 1 hour Workers’ Compensation, 1 hour Workplace Safety, 1 hour Business Practices, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 2 hours False Alarm Prevention.
- Specialty Contractors: 7 hours of continuing education, including 1 hour Workers’ Compensation, 1 hour Workplace Safety, 1 hour Business Practices, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 2 hours general credit.
JADE Learning can help you meet these continuing education requirements and renew your electrical license before it expires. Take the electrical CE package to get all required hours online!
Florida electrical contractors must complete continuing education every 2 years in order to renew and maintain their license. This requirement is for certified alarm system contractors, certified electrical contractors, specialty contractors, registered alarm system contractors, registered electrical contractors, registered residential alarm contractors, and registered specialty contractors.
JADE Learning provides the necessary training to meet these requirements and renew your electrical license in the state of Florida.
JADE Learning has helped over 150,000 professionals renew their licenses for more than 20 years, and we can help you, too.
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How continuing education courses work
Create your account
Complete the form on this page to create a personal account.
Select a course
From within your account, choose from a list of state-approved courses. All courses are free to begin. Start and switch as often as you’d like.
Complete your course online
Our course material is 100% online. Study at your own pace according to your schedule, using a desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
Report your hours
Upon course completion, you’ll receive a certificate that confirms you completed your continuing education hours. Hours will be reported to ECLB the next business day.
You choose from a list of Florida state-approved courses after you create an account.
11-hour package includes all required topic hours.
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