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Learn More About Nevada Electrician Continuing Education

The State of Nevada does not regulate supervision on the job site or the installation of an electrical system. The requirement for a qualified individual on the job site to supervise the work is required per Clark County, City of Las Vegas and City of Reno Administrative Codes. The Nevada card is not a contractor’s license; it is a qualification card and is intended to provide a competent level of supervision at the job site. Clark County, City of Las Vegas and City of Reno now uses the company Electrical Safety Professionals to administer their electrical continuing education program.

Choose any course. All online courses are free to start. Pay only for your certificate that confirms you completed CE hours.

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Our courses are taught by licensed electricians and NEC code experts with decades of experience.

Our Nevada 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 Nevada Electrician License

(Updated 7/1/20) NV Electrical Qualifications Cards Holders are required to complete 1.8 - 3 continuing education units (18-30 hours) for renewal every three years, depending on license type.

  • License Renewal Deadline: Staggered, every three years.
  • Masters = 3.0 CEUs (30 hours) and Electrical Journeyman, Residential, Sign or Low Voltage Technician = 1.8 CEUs (18 hours)
  • At least 0.8 CEUs (8 hours) must be on Code Changes and at least 0.4 CEUs (4 hours) must be on the current NFPA 70E.
  • All CE hours must be on current code or safety.

Choose from multiple courses and only pay for online courses when you complete the course. Your certificate will be emailed after completing the course.

For more information about the qualification transition, visit https://electricalsafetypro.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Handout-re-CEU-Changes-Testing-Info-FAQs-030620.pdf.

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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"Your courses are designed so you actually learn something instead of just flipping aimlessly through a code book - everything is so well organized"

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How continuing education courses work

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STEP 1
Create your account

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

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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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Receive your certificate of completion

For each specific course cost, JADE Learning will send you a certificate that confirms you completed CE hours.

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