Electrician - Continuing Education
- Hours Required
- Timeline for Completion
- Proof of Completion
- Course Requirements
- Courses Available
- Failure to Complete
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
4 credit hours per year - not required prior to the first renewal Timeline for Completion
All continuing education (CE) hours must be completed by June 30 of each year. Note: This CE completion deadline is 3 months before the renewal deadline. CE is not required to be completed before the first renewal.
All credential holders must attest to the completion of their required continuing education (CE) as part of the renewal process. Certificates of completion and other related records should be retained by the credential holder for at least four (4) years in case of audit by the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP).
Courses must be approved by the CT Electrical Board.
Schools: to offer a course,
- Read documentation
- Login or create an account at www.elicense.ct.gov
- Go to “Initial Application” > Occupational Trades
- Select “ELECTRICAL CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE (ECE-CRS)”
Failure to complete the required continuing education requirements may subject the licensee to civil fines and the revocation or suspension of their license.
Upon appropriate showing of a bona fide health or other individual hardship, the commissioner may consider an exception to the continuing education requirements. A loss of income resulting from cancellation of a license is not a bona fide hardship.request a hardship waiver
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q. Why is the continuing education (CE) completion deadline earlier than the renewal deadline?
A. As the renewal period begins well before the expiration date, the 3-month offset ensures that all required CE is completed before the renewal period begins.