Electrical FAQ

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Each person who is certified or registered by the Board must, as a condition of each renewal of the certificate or registration, provide proof of completion of at least 14 classroom hours of continuing education in one or more courses approved by the Board.

A person who holds more than one certificate or registration issued by the Board is required to complete the continuing education requirements only once during each biennial period. Proof of completion by any such person must be submitted with each renewal application.

A person certified or registered by the Board who is also certified under Chapter 468, Part XII, F.S., as a building official, inspector, or plans examiner shall be required to complete the continuing education requirements only once during each biennial period.

A person initially licensed 12 or more months prior to the end of a biennial period is required to complete 7 hours of continuing education as a condition of renewal. Of the 7 hours of continuing education, 6 of the hours must be in the following areas: 2 hours technical, 1 hour business, 1 hour worker’s compensation, 1 hour work place safety and 1 hour false alarm.

A person initially licensed for less than 12 months prior to the end of a biennial period need not complete any continuing education as a condition of renewal.

We’ll see you next season!

If you have more than one ECLB license, you do not need to take more classes.  Gray Systems, Inc. will report our classes for credit on all of your licenses.
All Electrical Contractor licenses renew by August 31st of years ending in an even number.
Electrical contractors are required to complete 14 hours of board approved continuing education for each two year license period. The course completed must contain at least  7 hours on technical subjects; 1 hour on workers’ compensation; 1 hour on workplace safety; 1 hour on business practices and 1 hour of advanced course. Contractors who are engaged in alarm system contracting must take a 2 hour false alarm prevention course as a part of their continuing education.
All Continuing education providers are required to report continuing education attendance within five business days of your course date.  We know that your license depends on our report to the state, so we try to report your class on the next business day
All Continuing education providers are required to report continuing education attendance within five business days of your course date.  We know that your license depends on our report to the state, so we try to report your class on the next business day.

 

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