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Utah Electrical Continuing Education Courses

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Course Name Course
Number*
Credit
Hours
Credit
Type**
Course
Price
Approval Period

16 online courses are currently available.

2017 NEC Changes Part 112003 8.0 Core (Electricians Only) $95.00 12/22/2016
through
12/22/2018
2017 NEC Changes Part 212005 8.0 Core (Electricians Only) $95.00 12/22/2016
through
12/22/2018
Code Calculations (2014 NEC)11145 4.0 Core (Electricians Only) $55.00 6/8/2016
through
6/8/2018
Commercial & Industrial Wiring (2014 NEC)10971 8.0 Core (Electricians Only) $95.00 5/3/2016
through
5/3/2018
Commercial & Industrial Wiring (2014 NEC) (Homestudy)10913 8.0 Core (Electricians Only) $100.00 4/6/2016
through
4/6/2018
Conductor Ampacity and Calculations (2014 NEC)11149 4.0 Core (Electricians Only) $55.00 6/8/2016
through
6/8/2018
Equipment Grounding & Bonding (2014 NEC)10973 4.0 Core (Electricians Only) $55.00 5/3/2016
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5/3/2018
Growing Your Service Business With Marketing10977 4.0 Professional (Electricians Only) $55.00 5/3/2016
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5/3/2018
Installation Checklists11001 4.0 Core (Electricians Only) $55.00 5/3/2016
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5/3/2018
Installing Services (2014 NEC)10975 4.0 Core (Electricians Only) $55.00 5/3/2016
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5/3/2018
Introduction to Role of Foreman12559 4.0 Professional (Electricians Only) $55.00 6/13/2017
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6/13/2019
OSHA Safety for Electricians12561 4.0 Professional (Electricians Only) $55.00 6/13/2017
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6/13/2019
Overcurrent Protection (2014 NEC)10979 4.0 Core (Electricians Only) $55.00 5/3/2016
through
5/3/2018
Residential Wiring (2014 NEC)10981 8.0 Core (Electricians Only) $95.00 5/3/2016
through
5/3/2018
Residential Wiring (2014 NEC) (Homestudy)10915 8.0 Core (Electricians Only) $100.00 4/6/2016
through
4/6/2018
System Grounding & Bonding (2014 NEC)10983 4.0 Core (Electricians Only) $55.00 5/3/2016
through
5/3/2018
* some states do not assign course ID numbers
** some states do not specify the type of credit
Expiration dates marked in red indicate less than 1 month to complete course.



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Utah Electrical License Renewal Information
(Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Please check with your state board.)
Utah Electrical License Renewal Requirements: 16 hours of continuing education. You are required to take at least 12 hours of core and the other 4 hours can be professional..
Utah Electrical Board Contact Information: Utah Department of Commerce Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing
160 East 300 South
Salt Lake City, UT
84111
Phone: (801) 530-6628
Fax: (801) 530-6511
E-mail: doplweb@utah.gov
Utah Electrical License Renewal Deadlines: November 30th, every two years.
Utah Electrical Board Website Link: Utah State Board of Electricians
Check Your License Status/CE Credit: Located on the Board Website
How do I renew my license? Step 1. Complete your continuing education hours (16). Step 2. Wait for your hours to be posted with the Board. Step 3. Submit your renewal form and required fee online at: http://www.dopl.utah.gov/renewal.html.
What if I don't renew my license? "(2) In accordance with Subsection 58-1-308(5), if an application for reinstatement is received by the Division between 31 days after the expiration of the license and two years after the date of the expiration of the license, the applicant shall: (a) submit a completed renewal form as furnished by the Division demonstrating compliance with requirements and/or conditions of license renewal; and (b) pay the established license renewal fee and reinstatement fee. (3) In accordance with Subsection 58-1-308(6)(a), if an application for reinstatement is received by the Division more than two years after the date the license expired and the applicant has not been active in the licensed occupation or profession while in the full-time employ of the United States government or under license to practice that occupation or profession in any other state or territory of the United States during the time the license was expired, the applicant shall: (a) submit an application for licensure complete with all supporting documents as is required of an individual making an initial application for license demonstrating the applicant meets all current qualifications for licensure; (b) provide information requested by the Division and board to clearly demonstrate the applicant is currently competent to engage in the occupation or profession for which reinstatement of licensure is requested; and (c) pay the established license fee for a new applicant for licensure. (4) In accordance with Subsection 58-1-308(6)(b), if an application for reinstatement is received by the Division more than two years after the date the license expired but the applicant has been active in the licensed occupation or profession while in the full-time employ of the United States government or under license to practice that occupation or profession in any other state or territory of the United States shall: (a) provide documentation that the applicant has continuously, since the expiration of the applicant's license in Utah, been active in the licensed occupation or profession while in the full-time employ of the United States government or under license to practice that occupation or profession in any other state or territory of the United States; (b) provide documentation that the applicant has completed or is in compliance with any renewal qualifications; (c) provide documentation that the applicant's application was submitted within six months after reestablishing domicile within Utah or terminating full-time government service; and (d) pay the established license renewal fee and the reinstatement fee."
Why should I renew my license? "(5) Renewal notices shall provide that the renewal requirements are outlined in the online renewal process and that each licensee is required to document or certify that the licensee meets the renewal requirements prior to renewal. (6) Renewal notices shall advise each licensee that a license that is not renewed prior to the expiration date shown on the license automatically expires and that any continued practice without a license constitutes a criminal offense under Subsection 58- 1-501(1)(a)."
What happens if I'm late to renew my license? "(1) In accordance with Subsection 58-1-308(5), if an application for reinstatement is received by the Division between the date of the expiration of the license and 30 days after the date of the expiration of the license, the applicant shall: (a) submit a completed renewal form as furnished by the Division demonstrating compliance with requirements and/or conditions of license renewal; and (b) pay the established license renewal fee and a late fee."
Link to UT state statues: Located on the Board Website
Link to license renewal form: Utah Electrical License Renewal Form
Link to UT Approved CE courses: Located on the Board Website

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