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Kentucky Electrical Continuing Education Online

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Learn More About Electrical Continuing Education in Kentucky

All electricians in the state of Kentucky are required to complete continuing education in order to renew their electrical license. JADE Learning provides all the courses necessary to meet the requirements for a Kentucky electrical license renewal.

Kentucky electrical license continuing education classes offered by JADE Learning are taught by licensed electricians and NEC experts with decades of experience.

All of our courses and materials have been approved by the Kentucky Department of Housing, Buildings, and Construction.

We have been a trusted electrical continuing education training provider in Kentucky since 2006.

Our Kentucky electrical license continuing education online courses allow you to work at your own pace on your own time, from anywhere you’d like. Work from your desktop, laptop, tablet, or even a smartphone.

How to Renew Your Electrical License in Kentucky

Electricians in the state of Kentucky must complete six hours of continuing education every year in order to renew their electrical license. For those holding both an ME/EE license and a CE license, 12 total hours of continuing education are required.

  • Select from courses dedicated to NEC Changes, Commercial and Industrial Wiring, Equipment Grounding and Bonding, Installation Services, and more.
  • Complete 6 hours every year for each license type (ME/EE and CE).

Hours are rush reported to Kentucky Department of Housing, Buildings, and Construction each business day.

You may start and switch courses as often as you wish. Our Kentucky electrical continuing education works around your schedule.

JADE Learning’s continuing education has helped over 150,000 electricians renew their licenses for more than 20 years. And we can help you, too.

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What Kentucky Electricians Think

“JADE Learning was ahead of the curve back when I was having to travel to get to continuing education classes, and I've used them ever since.”

- D. K., Greensburg, KY

How continuing education courses work

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Create your account

Complete the form on this page to create a personal account.

Study Materials

Select a course

From within your account, choose from a list of state-approved courses. All courses are free. Start and switch as often as you’d like.

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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.

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Report your hours to the state board

JADE Learning will report your hours to the Kentucky Department of Housing, Buildings, & Construction. The course cost includes rush reporting every business day.

Available Courses

You choose from a list of Kentucky-approved courses after you create an account.


Online course pricing includes required state sales tax.

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