When permitted, we notify the board of your credit hours the next business day - sometimes even the same day! So you can complete courses online and renew your license within a day or two!
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|2014 NEC Changes Part 1 (Webinar) -- view city and date options||20140483||8.0||Code Webinar||$139.00
|2014 NEC Changes Part 2 (Webinar) -- view city and date options||20140482||8.0||Code Webinar||$139.00||9/17/2014
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Minnesota Electrical License Renewal Information
|(Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Please check with your state board.)|
|License Renewal Requirements:||16 hours of continuing education every two years.|
|Board Contact Information:||
Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry
443 Lafayette Rd N
St. Paul, MN
Phone: (651) 284-5012
Fax: (651) 284-5749
|License Renewal Deadlines:||Masters: 2/28/15. Journeyman: The anniversary of the license issue date, every 2 years.|
|Board Website Link:||Minnesota Construction Codes and Licensing|
|Check Your License Status/CE Credit:||Located on the Board Website|
|How do I renew my license?||Step 1. Complete your continuing education hours (16). Step 2. Wait for your hours to be posted with the Board. Step 3. Submit your renewal form and required fee to the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry. You can renew online at: https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/Default.aspx|
|What if I don't renew my license?||"After the expiration date, renewals may be made for up to two (2) years after the expiration date with payment of the late fee. If the department receives a renewal application more than two years after the expiration of the license, the department must return the renewal license fee to the applicant without approving or denying the application. If the licensee wishes to obtain a valid license more than two years after expiration of the license, the licensee must apply for a new license. If a licensee has voluntarily terminated a license under this subdivision, then, in order to have the license reinstated, the person who holds the terminated license must: (1) apply for reinstatement to the commissioner no later than the date that the license would have expired if it had not been terminated; (2) pay a $100 reinstatement application fee and any applicable renewal license fee; and (3) meet all applicable requirements for licensure, except that the applicant does not need to repay a license fee that was paid before the termination.."|
|Why should I renew my license?||"If the responsible master electrician or power limited technician for the contractor is an owner, partner, member, or officer of the company and fails to renew a license or a license is suspended or revoked, the contractor license is invalid and the contractor shall cease and desist from performing any electrical work until the master electrician or power limited technician license is renewed or reinstated, or a certificate of responsible licensed individual identifying a replacement responsible master electrician or power limited technician is submitted."|
|What happens if I'm late to renew my license?||"After the expiration date, renewals may be made for up to two (2) years after the expiration date with payment of the late fee. For a Journeyman, the $74.80 fee becomes $94.80."|
|Link to MN state statues:||Located on the Board Website|
|Link to license renewal form:||Minnesota Electrical License Renewal Form|
|Link to MN Accepted CE courses:||Located on the Board Website|