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North Carolina Electrical In Class Continuing Education for $80

All online courses are free to start. Only pay to have your hours reported to North Carolina Board Examiners of Electrical Contractors.  In-person classes available throughout the state. Create an account below to sign up and start your course today

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Learn More About North Carolina Electrical License Continuing Education

All electricians in the state of North Carolina 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 North Carolina electrical license renewal.

The NC electrical license continuing education courses offered by JADE Learning are taught by licensed electricians and NEC code experts with decades of experience.

All of our courses and materials have been approved by the North Carolina Board Examiners of Electrical Contractors.

Trusted electrical continuing education provider since 1996.

Choose from multiple courses and only pay for online courses when you complete the course. Classroom courses must be paid for prior to attending the class. We rush report your completed course hours to NCBEEC each business day.

How to Renew Your North Carolina Electrical License

The state of North Carolina requires L, U, and I electricians to complete 8 hours of NC electrical continuing education courses every year in order to renew their license. SP electricians must complete 4 hours of training each year.

  • For all North Carolina electricians, half of the required hours must be spent in a classroom with an instructor. The other half may be spent in a classroom, online, or through a home study course.
  • The NC electrical license renewal deadline is the 1-year anniversary of the license issue date.

Remember that half of your continuing education hours must come from an in-person classroom course.

Take our North Carolina continuing education courses in a classroom setting or online, where you are free 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. You may start and switch online courses as often as you wish. We offer multiple classroom courses monthly, throughout the state. Our North Carolina electrical continuing education courses work 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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“I like the format. The ability to leave it and then return at a later date…Just the whole process. Nice job.”

- B.C., Rocky Mount, NC

How continuing education courses work

Create CE Account Online

STEP 1
Create your account

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

Study Materials

STEP 2
Select a course

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

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STEP 3
Complete your course online

Online 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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STEP 4
Report your hours

Upon course completion, you’ll receive a certificate that confirms you completed your continuing education hours. Your hours will be reported to NCBEEC the next business day.

Available Courses

You choose from a list of North Carolina state-approved courses after you create an account.

Click here to see a list of upcoming classroom courses.

These courses, when offered during fiscal year 2021-2022 meet the requirements for the NCBEEC for 4 contact hours of continuing education credit.  These courses are not sponsored by the Board.

Course Name
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Credit Type
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Classroom Courses

(8 Available)

2020 NEC Changes Part 1 (8:00 AM - 12:00 Noon)
This course covers the most important changes to the first half of the 2020 NEC.

2020 NEC Changes Part 2 (12:45 PM - 4:30 PM)
This course covers the most important changes to the second half of the 2020 NEC.

Classroom
4.0
$80
2020 NEC Changes Part 1 (8:00 AM - 12:00 Noon)
This course covers the most important changes to the first half of the 2020 NEC.

2020 NEC Changes Part 2 (12:45 PM - 4:30 PM)
This course covers the most important changes to the second half of the 2020 NEC.

Classroom
4.0
$80
2020 NEC Changes Part 1 (8:00 AM - 12:00 Noon)
This course covers the most important changes to the first half of the 2020 NEC.

2020 NEC Changes Part 2 (12:45 PM - 4:30 PM)
This course covers the most important changes to the second half of the 2020 NEC.

Classroom
4.0
$
Click here to sign up for Virtual Instructor-Led Training, 7/14/2022 classroom course

Credit Hours: 4
Credit Type: Classroom
Cost: $80

8:00 AM - 12:00 Noon - 2020 NEC Changes Part 1 - Robert Key

12:45 PM - 4:30 PM - 2020 NEC Changes Part 2 - Robert Key

Click here to sign up for Raleigh, 7/28/2022 classroom course

Credit Hours: 4
Credit Type: Classroom
Cost: $80

8:00 AM - 12:00 Noon - 2020 NEC Changes Part 1 - Ben Wesley

12:45 PM - 4:30 PM - 2020 NEC Changes Part 2 - Ben Wesley

Click here to sign up for Virtual Instructor-Led Training, 8/11/2022 classroom course

Credit Hours: 4
Credit Type: Classroom
Cost: $

8:00 AM - 12:00 Noon - 2020 NEC Changes Part 1 - Gary Mullis

12:45 PM - 4:30 PM - 2020 NEC Changes Part 2 - Gary Mullis

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