Since 2003, PacePDH.com has delivered online continuing education to more than 50,000 AEC professionals nationwide. PacePDH.com is partnered with IAEI (International Association of Electrical Inspectors) to deliver online electrical code change courses straight from the experts! Get your continuing education from the people who literally write the Analysis of Changes book each code cycle; delivered to your computer by the best provider of online electrical code change courses. Our online interactive audio/visual courses feature illustrations and real analysis, including input from members of the nineteen NEC code-making panels.
Courses approved by MN DLI:
- Analysis of Changes 2017 NEC - Part 1 - Code-Wide and Articles 100-250 (4 hours). Approval # 20170352.
- Analysis of Changes 2017 NEC - Part 2 - Articles 300-480 (4 hours). Approval # 20170353.
- Analysis of Changes 2017 NEC - Part 3 - Articles 500-670 (4 hours). Approval # 20170354.
- Analysis of Changes 2017 NEC - Part 4 - Articles 680- Chapter 9 (4 hours). Approval # 20170355.
- Analysis of Changes 2017 NEC - Two Hour Condensed (2 hours). Approval # 20170356.
The Minnesota DLI requires a closed book quiz at the end of all online CE courses. Although not required, you may use the National Electric Code®, NEC®, book as a reference during the exam. You need a score of 70% or greater to pass. You are allowed to retake the quiz. To help you prepare, Pace provides practice exercises throughout the course.
MN Rules 3800.3602 Subp. 2 B: The following license types are required to earn 16 hours of instruction through one or more educational programs:
|(1) Class A master electrician;||(2) Class B master electrician;|
|(3) Class A journeyman electrician;||(4) Class B journeyman electrician;|
|(5) maintenance electrician;||(6) Class A installer;|
|(7) Class B installer; and||(8) power limited technician.|
Continuing education (CE) rules highlights:
- Within the term and prior to the renewal of an electrician or power limited technician license, each holder of a license shall receive credit for instruction through one or more educational programs as required by this part.
- Credit for an educational program may only be used once for a specific renewal of an electrician license.
- Where a licensee holds more than one type of electrician license, the same credits for hours of instruction may be applied to each license.
- Registered unlicensed individuals must receive two hours of continuing education on the NEC.
Not convinced Pace is for you? No problem. We are so convinced you will find Pace the easiest most convenient way to complete your CE that we'll give you a 4-hour course to try for free. This offer is good for a holder of any license type listed above that has not previously used Pace. This offer does not apply to registered unlicensed electricians. Contact us at (800) 576-4341 or e-mail us and we will get a free course assigned to you.
If you have any questions about course selection, our online course delivery system or requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us at (800) 576-4341.
Online Courses for Electricians - Based on 2017 Code
|Analysis of Changes 2017 NEC - Part 1 - Code-Wide and Articles 100-250 (CBT)||4.00||$75.00|
|Analysis of Changes 2017 NEC - Part 2 - Articles 300-480 (CBT)||4.00||$75.00|
|Analysis of Changes 2017 NEC - Part 3 - Articles 500-670 (CBT)||4.00||$75.00|
|Analysis of Changes 2017 NEC - Part 4 - Articles 680- Chapter 9 (CBT)||4.00||$75.00|
Online Course for Registered, Unlicensed Electricians
|Analysis of Changes 2017 NEC - Two Hour Condensed||2.00||$49.00|