How many CE hours do I need to renew my Electrical License in Minnesota?
In the state of Minnesota all electricians are required to complete 16 hours of approved electrical continuing education. Master Electricians (Class A & B) renew on February 28 of odd numbered years, all other electrical license holders renew every 2 years from the license date. Minnesota requires that 12 of the 16 must be based on National Electrical Code (NEC) topics, the remaining 4 hours can be based on the NEC or Technical topics related to the electrical Installations and Equipment.
Electrical Codes and Standards Training Institute (ECSTI) now offers a full 16 hour online course package that fulfills all required electrical continued education. Our interactive online education courses for electricians and electrical contractors, are instructed by the highly acclaimed author and instructor, James Stallcup.
ECSTI’s MN 16-HR Course Package Includes:
- Interactive coverage of changes to the National Electrical Code for the 2014 update.
- Important Residential and Light commercial Equipment Installation topics.
- Interactive video course focuses on simplifying some of the more complicated rules pertaining to the design, installation and selection of wiring methods and equipment.
James Stallcup will enhance your knowledge of electrical codes and standards with easy to understand illustrations and state of the art video discussions.
Stallcup’s and More!
- Electrical reference publications
- Interactive tutorials
- Professional tips
As a member of Electrical Codes and Standards Training Institute you will have access to:
- The full interactive library
- Access to all continued education courses for free.
- Emailing pages directly from our online publications
- Access to ECSTI’s electrical forum
For the best new way to complete your education requirements, visitwww.ecsti.com or give the friendly staff a call