Note: The 2014 Analysis of Changes courses will be expiring soon. We hope to have the new 2017 Analysis of Changes courses approved soon. To receive credit for the 2014 courses they must be completed by the expiration date. Any incomplete or unstarted 2014 coures may be switched out for the 2017 courses (once approved) for free.
- May 26, 2017 - Analysis of Changes 2014 NEC - Part 1 - Code-Wide and Articles 100-240 (CBT)
- June 3, 2017 - Analysis of Changes 2014 NEC - Part 2 - Articles 250-406 (CBT)
- June 5, 2017 - Analysis of Changes 2014 NEC - Part 3 - Articles 408-625 (CBT)
- June 5, 2017 - Analysis of Changes 2014 NEC - Part 4 - Articles 630 - Chapter 9 (CBT 4-HR)
- June 19, 2017 - Analysis of Changes 2014 NEC - Two Hour Condensed (MN)
Since 2003 PacePDH.com has delivered online continuing education to more than 20,000 AEC professionals nationwide. PacePDH.com has partnered with IAEI (International Association of Electrical Inspectors) to deliver online electrical code change courses straight from the experts! Why not get your continuing education content from the people who literally write the Analysis of Changes book each code cycle; and get it delivered to your computer by the best provider of online electrical code change courses? Our online interactive courses feature audio, images, illustrations and real analysis; including input from members of the nineteen NEC code-making panels.
|(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.|
The 16 hours offered under the "Online Courses for Electricians" category below will satisfy the 16 hour requirement for any of the licenses listed above!
Information on Analysis of Changes 2017 NEC CoursesThe 2017 NEC has been released and we are working on creating our companion Analysis of Changes 2017 NEC Code Change courses. Realistically it will still be three or four months before we have the courses completed and approved by the State Board. This situation is created every third license renewal cycle since you have a license renewal (and CE requirement) due every two years yet the NEC is only updated every three years.
Other 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.
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Online Courses for Electricians - Based on 2014 Code
Online Course for Registered, Unlicensed Electricians