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Alabama Electricians Your Quarterly Renewal Deadline Is Fast Approaching

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According to Alabama’s electrical licensing requirements, Alabama Electrical Contractor’s and Provisional Electrical Contractors are required to complete 14 hours of continued education every two years. 7 of these electrical education hours must be based on National Electrical Code (NEC) or National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) topics.

License renewal dates for Alabama electricians occur annually on a quarterly biases. Electrical contractors must renew their licenses by the end of the quarter their license was issued in. the quarters are every 3 months:

  • March 30th
  • June 30th
  • September 30th
  • December 30th

The state of Alabama will allow 6 additional approved CE hours to be carried over for the following two year continuing education cycle. The current license categories require continuing education for renewal:

  • Electrical Contractors:  14 hours — 7 hours must cover the current NEC
  • Provisional Electrical Contractors:  14 hours — grandfathered in as the license is no longer offered
  • Journeymen:  continuing education is not required
  • Electrical Inspectors:  dependent on local jurisdiction requirements
  • Master Electricians:  14 hour, referred to as an electrical contractor

ECSTI’s cutting edge interactive video course series are taught by James Stallcup Sr. and James Stallcup Jr. These video courses are fast paced, fun, and easy, covering code and safety topics that you care about.

Alabama approved courses include:

Or get all of your required 14-hours with this course package

ECSTI submits all of the course completions to the state of Alabama so you have no issues for renewing your license.