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Below are several packages to cover electricians licensed in multiple states. Student identification, security and testing rules vary between states/jurisdictions. If your combination of state licenses is not shown below, call us at (800) 576-4341 or email us at PaceSupport@PacePDH.com so we can ensure you're taking the proper version.

Alabama Requirements
A total of 14 (fourteen) hours of continuing education courses that have been approved by the Board. Seven (7) hours must be instruction in NEC/NFPA courses.

Florida Requirements - Certified and Registered Electrical Contractors (EC and ER)
11 hours of Continuing Education for all EC (Certified Electrical Contractor) licensees must include:

  • 7 hours technical to include 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course and 2 hours false alarm prevention for all certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work
  • 1 hour workers’ compensation
  • 1 hour workplace safety
  • 1 hour business practices
  • 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules

Minnesota Requirements
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.

Nebraska Requirements
In order to renew a license issued under the Nebraska State Electrical Act, the licensee shall be required to complete twelve contact hours of continuing education by January 1 of each odd numbered year. NSED Student Verification Rules: For online courses the NSED requires that providers have a system in place to prove the person taking the course is the licensee. To accomplish this a computer webcam is used. At the beginning of the course a photo will be taken showing your license and a photo ID, and throughout the course short video clips are randomly recorded to ensure course attendance.

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Electricians Licensed in Florida and Alabama

Package 1 – Electricians Licensed in Florida and Alabama
This 17 hour package will cover both the Florida 11-hour and Alabama 14-hour CE requirements.
Description/Price
This package contains:
   Analysis of Changes 2020 NEC Part I (T)
   Analysis of Changes 2020 NEC Part II (T)
   Lockout/Tagout (WPS/GEN)
   Mechanics Lien Law Part 1 (BSP/GEN)
   Workers Compensation - Employer's Guide to a Drug-Free Workplace (WC/GEN)
   Hand and Power Tools Safety (WPS/GEN)
   Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment (WPS/GEN)
   Advanced FBC Code Enforcement - Product Approval - TAC’s and Committees (ADV/T/HSW/GEN)
   Laws and Rules - Permits Inspections and Private Provider (GEN/LR) (LU/HSW)

Included in your package price:
   FREE Pace membership
   FREE Website to advertise your business
   FREE Referral Program - Earn Cash!
   FREE Classified Ads - Buy/Sell/Employment
   FREE Updates that concern your license and industry
This Package Features:

  • Includes 11-hour CE requirement of Florida Electrician (ECLB)
  • Includes 14-hour CE requirement of Alabama Electrician (AECB)
  • Electronic reporting directly to both State boards

Total Package
Value $275.00
Your Cost $149.00

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Package 1 - All Requirements
Electricians Licensed in Florida and Alabama

This 17 hour package will cover both the Florida 11-hour and Alabama 14-hour CE requirements.
Total Package
Value $275.00
Your Cost $149.00
(with discount code)


Pace is your continuing education provider for CE credit hours to renew your Alabama Electrical Contractor’s license. The Alabama Electrical Contractors Board has approved Pace to provide you with online continuing education courses. Pace offers the latest courses on the 2014 NEC updates to help you stay on top of changes in industry standards. The proper installation of electrical work and equipment helps to ensure the safety of the public. Choose Pace for CE credit hours that are informative, interesting and specifically for electricians.

As stated by the Alabama Board, “On­line course education is considered as in­state education”. As an Electrical Contractor in Alabama, you can enjoy completing CE hours in the comfort of your own home or office at your own pace with Pace online courses. Don’t wait until the last minute to renew your license with the AECB. All electrical contractors should start their continuing education credit hours now.

Pace provides continuing education to all Alabama electricians and electrical contractors including, but not limited to, the following major cities and counties:

Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, Hoover, Dothan, Decatur, Auburn, Madison, Florence, Gadsden, Vestavia Hills, Prattville, Phenix, Alabaster, Bessemer, Enterprise, Opelika Jefferson, Mobile, Madison, Montgomery, Shelby, Tuscaloosa, Baldwin, Lee, Morgan, Calhoun, Etowah, Houston, Marshall, Lauderdale, St. Clair, Limestone, Talladega, Cullman, Elmore, DeKalb, Walker, Blount Autauga, Colbert, Jackson, Russell, Coffee, Dale