Electricians in Wyoming are required to renew their license every three years based on their date of licensure. Master electrician must renew by July 1st of the third year, and Journeyman are required to renew by January 1st of the third year. Along with turning in your renewal application to the Wyoming Department of Fire Prevention and Electrical Safety including the renewal fee ($100 Journeyman & $150 Master), licensees are also required to turn in proof of continuing education. Wyoming Requires all licensees to complete 16 hours of approved continuing education each license cycle.
Wyoming Electrician License Renewal Information
Master: July 1st every three yours from licensure date. $150 dollar license renewal fee along with application and certificate proving 16 hours of continuing education required with at least 8 being based on NEC.
Journeyman: January 1st every three yours from licensure date. $100 dollar license renewal fee along with application and certificate proving 16 hours of continuing education required with at least 8 being based on NEC.
Are there state specific requirements for the 16-hours of continuing education?
Yes, Wyoming requires that all master and journeyman electricians complete at least 8 hours of training on the current National Electrical Code (NEC), and at least 8 hours of “industry related” training. The “industry related” training may also be based on NEC, or it can be made of NFPA 70E Safety Training, 70B Maintenance Training just to name a few.
Do I have to turn in my Electrical Continuing Education Certificate to the state?
Yes, electricians are required to keep and turn in a copy of their continuing education certificate proving that they have completed the appropriate 16 hours of approved training. When completing your electrical continuing education through ECSTI, they keep your certificate on file for life and you can print it out at no cost whenever necessary.