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Online Electrical Courses Now Approved In Vermont

Journeymen and Master Electricians in the state of Vermont are required to complete 15 hours of approved continuing education covering National Electrical Code (NEC) every three years. The three year cycle starts on the last day of the month that the license was originally issued. So if a license is issued on June 5, 2012, then that license would have a renewal date of June 30, 2015.


Type S Journeyman Licensees you are required to complete 8 hours of continuing education based on the license holders specialty. If the Type S license holder has more than one specialty they must complete a maximum of 15 hours of continuing education based on applicable specialty topics.


Electrical Codes and Standards Training Institute (ECSTI) has received approval from the State of Vermont for interactive online electrical education courses. These courses are changing the way electricians look at online training. ECSTI instructors and acclaimed electrical author James Stallcup walks you through each standard, pointing out the areas of interest and explaining the ideas and reasons behind the code.


With ECSTI’s Electrical Courses there is no need for a pile of books.


ECSTI courses contain all reference information within the course allowing the user to simply click any reference and have the information immediately available. All the references and information are contained in one powerful online learning source. NEC, NFPA 70, OSHA Standards, ROPs and ROCs, all available with a single click. These courses are created to be a valuable tool that can be used and referenced both during study time, and under working conditions.



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Renewing Your Electrician’s License in Vermont

Step #1 – Fulfill the continuing education requirements for your license and acquire a certificate of completion.

Step #2 – License Renewal Applications are mailed to each licensee before expiration. Fill out the application for renewal and send it into the Division of Fire Safety along with:

                Certificate of completion for continuing education

                License renewal Fees.  (Master Electrician $150,  Journeyman or Type S $115).

                There is a late fee of $25 if renewed within one year of expiration



Also Now Available: Stallcup’s Electrical Reference Tools

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Now you can have the most powerful tool in the electrical industry always at your fingertips. ECSTI membership gives you exclusive access to the best electrical reference publications, videos, and interactive tutorials on the market. With a full library of Stallcups’ books and publications, as well as easy to understand interactive explanations and professional tips, ECSTI members always have the right answer.



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