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Colorado Electrical Continuing Education Courses

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Colorado Electrical Continuing Education Facts:

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1 online course is currently available.

Conductor Ampacity and Calculations (2014 NEC)N/A 4.0 Theory and Calculations $50.00 N/A
* some states do not assign course ID numbers
** some states do not specify the type of credit
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Colorado Electrical License Renewal Information
(Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Please check with your state board.)
Colorado Electrical License Renewal Requirements: 0-24 PDUs in 0-3 competencies (Grounding and Bonding, Code Changes, Wiring Methods, Theory and Calculations) every 3 years.
Colorado Electrical Board Contact Information: Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) Electrical Board
1560 Broadway
Suite 1350
Denver, CO
Phone: (303) 894-2300
Fax: (303) 894-2310
Colorado Electrical License Renewal Deadlines: September 30, 2017, 2020.
Colorado Electrical Board Website Link: Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies DORA Electrical Board
Check Your License Status/CE Credit: Located on the Board Website
How do I renew my license? To renew your license, you must: (1) Take the CC Assessment. (2) If you are not awarded all 24 PDUs, you must submit a completed Learning Plan and complete continuing competency hours. Please note: taking the CC Assessment does not renew your license. Your license is not renewed until you have submitted a renewal application and paid the applicable fee.
What if I don't renew my license? "A licensee or registrant who does not renew his or her license or registration within the sixty (60) day grace period shall be deemed as having an expired license or registration and shall be ineligible to practice until such license or registration is reinstated. If the licensee or registrant practices with an expired license or registration, the Board may impose disciplinary actions."
Why should I renew my license? "Reinstatements. An expired license may be reinstated by submitting a reinstatement application, paying the current reinstatement fee, and: a. Successfully complete the multiple-choice renewal examination. Effective January 1, 2011, this multiple-choice renewal examination will not be required; and b. After January 1, 2011, the applicant must meet the continuing competency requirements contained in Board Rule 9.7. c. If the licensees performance on the Competency Assessment necessitates a Learning Plan pursuant to Board Rule 9.7(f), the holder shall satisfactorily complete the PDUs prior to the expiration of the current Continuing Competency Assessment Cycle. d. If the license has been expired for more than two (2) years, pursuant to 24-34-102(9)(d)(II), C.R.S. the licensee must demonstrate competency to practice by any of the following: 1. Satisfactorily passing the state electrical examination; 2. Hold an active journeyman wireman license with a state where a reciprocal agreement for an equivalent license exists; 3. Verify licensure and provide proof of active practice in a non-reciprocal state for no less than three (3) years of the previous four (4) years immediately preceding the date of the application for reinstatement. Proof of active practice shall be submitted through acceptable letters of verification provided by: I. An employer; II. An inspection authority; or III. General contractors; 4. By other means approved by the Board."
What happens if I'm late to renew my license? "A licensee or registrant shall have a sixty (60) day grace period after the expiration of his or her license or registration to renew such license or registration without the imposition of a disciplinary sanction for practicing on an expired license or registration. During this grace period, a delinquency fee shall be charged for late renewal."
Link to CO state statues: Located on the Board Website
Link to license renewal form: Colorado Electrical License Renewal Form
Link to CO CE courses: Located on the Board Website

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