In order to renew your license, the Alabama Board of Electrical Contractors requires that you complete 14 hours of continuing education every 2 years. At least 7 hours must be on the NEC/NFPA.
Only Electrical Contractors and Provisional Electrical Contractors are required to complete continuing education hours at this time.
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How does this course work?
- Click on the “Start Your Course” button above to begin your course immediately. You can stop and save the course at any time. Just come back to this page and click on the “Resume a Saved Course” button to log back into your course.You can complete the entire course without purchasing it. You must obtain a 70% or greater to pass the course.
- When you have passed the course, click on the BUY NOW button above. After you purchase the course, we will email you your certificate of completion. If you purchase after 2pm CST, we will email your certificate the next business day. We will also report your hours to the Alabama Electrical Contractors Board.
Alabama Electrical Continuing Education Information:
In order to renew your Alabama electrical license, the Alabama Electrical Contractors Board requires that you complete 14 hours of continuing education every two years. The renewal deadline in Alabama is March 30th, June 30th, September 30th and December 30th, every 2 years.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you report my hours to the Alabama Electrical Contractors Board?
Yes, once you pass the course we will report your hours to the Alabama Board.
Do you offer any continuing education training that is not online or home study?
We only offer online and correspondence continuing education courses in Alabama. We do not offer any classroom continuing education classes. We find that most students prefer to complete their courses on their phone, tablet or computer.
Do you provide me with a certificate of completion when I complete the course?
Yes. Once you pass the continuing education course, you will be able to immediately print your certificate if you take the home study course. We will email your certificate for the online course after you purchase it.
When do I pay for the course?
Our Alabama courses are designed so that you can take the test first and pay only after you’ve passed the exam. So if you being the course and decide it isn’t for you, there is no obligation to pay.
What if I still have questions about completing my continuing education?
No problem. Just call our electrical continuing education specialists at 855-780-5046 or email us at email@example.com.