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Now, Pace is proud to offer online continuing education courses to electricians approved by the Alabama Electrical Contractors Board (Provider # CP034).

Alabama Electrical Contractors Board (AECB)

(extracted from Administrative Code, Continuing Education Chapter 303-X-5-.01 (3)) The electrical contractor licensee shall complete, during the 24 (twenty-four) months (known as an educational period) immediately preceding the license renewal, 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. An electrical contractor may accumulate additional hours over the required 14 (fourteen) hours in an educational period and carry forward not more than 6 (six) additional hours to be credited to the following two-year educational period.

Licensed Journeyman are currently NOT required to submit Continuing Education Hours to renew their license. For more information visit the Alabama Electrical Contractors Board Web site.

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 course to try for free. 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.

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NEC/NFPA courses


Course Sample Credit Hours Price
multimedia courseAnalysis of Changes 2020 NEC Part I (T) 4.00 $44.00
multimedia courseAnalysis of Changes 2020 NEC Part II (T) 4.00 $44.00
multimedia courseNFPA 70E Safety for Electricians sample 4.00 $49.00
multimedia courseOne- and Two-Family Dwelling Electrical Systems - Part I (T) 4.00 $44.00
multimedia courseOne- and Two-Family Dwelling Electrical Systems – Part II (T) 4.00 $44.00

Workplace Safety


Course Sample Credit Hours Price
multimedia courseFall Protection (WPS/GEN) 2.00 $22.00
multimedia courseHand and Power Tools Safety (WPS/GEN) 1.00 $11.00
multimedia courseLockout/Tagout (WPS/GEN) 2.00 $22.00
multimedia courseOSHA's Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard for Construction (WPS/GEN) sample 2.00 $22.00
multimedia coursePersonal Protective and Life Saving Equipment (WPS/GEN) 2.00 $22.00
multimedia courseScaffolds and Scaffold Safety (WPS/GEN) 1.00 $11.00
multimedia courseStairways and Ladders Safety (WPS/GEN) 1.00 $11.00

Business Practices


Course Sample Credit Hours Price
multimedia courseMechanic's Lien Law (BSP/GEN) 2.00 $22.00

Other


Course Sample Credit Hours Price
multimedia courseFire and Burglar False Alarm Prevention (FAP) 2.00 $22.00
multimedia courseTelecommunications and IT Systems and Cabling (T) 2.00 $22.00

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

As an approved course provider PacePDH.com is required to provide the Board with a certified class roster of all licensees that successfully complete a course within 30 (thirty) days after the completion of each course. In practice Pace does this quicker, typically within two weeks. Providers also are required to retain CE records for a period of 5 (five) years.

The electrical contractor licensee shall complete, during the 24 (twenty-four) months (known as an educational period) immediately preceding the license renewal, 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. An electrical contractor may accumulate additional hours over the required 14 (fourteen) hours in an educational period and carry forward not more than 6 (six) additional hours to be credited to the following two-year educational period.