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Utah Electrician (DOPL) Continuing Education Requirements

R156-55b-304. Continuing Education - Standards.
Standards for continuing education shall be in accordance with Subsections R156-55a-303b(1)(e) and (2) through (10), except as otherwise provided in this section.

(1) Required Hours. Pursuant to Sections 58-55-302.7 and 58-55-303, each licensee shall complete at least 16 hours of continuing education during each two-year license term. At least 12 hours shall be core education. The remaining four hours may be professional or core education.

(2) "Core continuing education" is defined as eight hours of education covering the National Electrical Code as adopted or proposed for adoption, and four hours of education covering the National Fire Protection Association 70E (NFPA 70E).

Note: You must include the NFPA 70E - Safety course (4 hours) and two additional Core courses (8 hours) as part of your 16-hour CE requirement.

Note: Our approval covers electrician licenses that end in -5502, -5503, -5504, -5505, or -5506. Our approval does not cover a contractor license that ends in -5501. The Utah DOPL has special requirements for those licenses.

Visit the Utah DOPL electrical page for more information.

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NFPA 70E - Safety


Course Sample Credit Hours Price
multimedia courseNFPA 70E Safety for Electricians sample 4.00 $49.00

Online Courses for Electricians - Core Credits


Course Sample Credit Hours Price
multimedia courseAnalysis of Changes 2020 NEC - Part 1 - Code-Wide Chapters 1 and 2 4.00 $49.00
multimedia courseAnalysis of Changes 2020 NEC - Part 2 - Chapters 3 and 4 4.00 $49.00
multimedia courseAnalysis of Changes 2020 NEC - Part 3 – Chapter 5 through Article 682 4.00 $49.00
multimedia courseAnalysis of Changes 2020 NEC - Part 4 - Article 690 through Chapter 9 4.00 $49.00

Online Courses for Electricians - Professional Credits


Course Sample Credit Hours Price
multimedia courseOne- and Two-Family Dwelling Electrical Systems - Part I (T) 4.00 $49.00
multimedia courseOne- and Two-Family Dwelling Electrical Systems – Part II (T) 4.00 $49.00

Utah DOPL approved providers are required to report course completion rosters to the state within 7 days of course completion. In practice, Pace typically reports your courses within 3 business days, much quicker than required by the state. Once reported, the course status will display a "Reported" icon rather than the "Completed" icon.

Pursuant to Sections 58-55-302.7 and 58-55-303, each licensee shall complete 16 hours of continuing education during each two year license term. A minimum of 12 hours shall be core education. The remaining four hours may be professional education.