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North Carolina Electrical Continuing Education Facts:
In order to renew your North Carolina Electrical license, the North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors requires that you complete 8 hours of continuing education for U, I and L license types. Up to 24 hours can be taken during one renewal cycle and used for later renewals for U, I, and L license types. Four hours per year must be classroom. The renewal deadline in North Carolina is the anniversary of the license issue date, every year.
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* some states do not assign course ID numbers
** some states do not specify the type of credit
Expiration dates marked in red indicate less than 1 month to complete course.
Attention: Since July 1, 2008 the NC Board has required that half of the required continuing education hours come from an instructor-led class. If you need 8 hours to renew your license, 4 hours can be taken online. The other 4 hours must be classroom hours. You can take more than one of the 4-hour courses listed below, and apply the extra hours to future years, but every year 4 hours must be classroom hours.
State Notification Procedure:
When you complete an online or in-person class we will send you a certificate of completion and report your CE hours to the North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors. We notify the North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors of your hours every business day electronically.
For $25 per course, NC-Approved courses can be reciprocated to other states with similar course approval requirements. If you have licenses in multiple states, please create a continuing education reciprocation plan online or email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a CE plan.
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North Carolina Electrical License Renewal Information
(Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Please check with your state board.)
|North Carolina Electrical License Renewal Requirements:
8 hours of continuing education for U, I and L license types. Up to 24 hours can be taken during one renewal cycle and used for later renewals for U, I, and L license types. Four hours per year must be classroom.
|North Carolina Electrical Board Contact Information:
North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors
PO Box 18727
Phone: (919) 733-9042
Fax: (800) 691-8399
|North Carolina Electrical License Renewal Deadlines:
||The anniversary of the license issue date, every year.
|North Carolina Electrical Board Website Link:
||NC State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors
|Check Your License Status/CE Credit:
Located on the Board Website
|How do I renew my license?
Step 1. Complete your continuing education hours (8). Make sure half of your hours come from an in-person classroom course. Step 2. Wait for your hours to be posted with the Board. Step 3. Submit your renewal form and required fee to North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors. You can renew online at: https://secure.cavucorp.com/NCBEEC/Secure/.
|What if I don't renew my license?
"Provided, that any person who has been once duly licensed by the Board, whose license has expired solely because of failure to apply for renewal, may apply and have a license issued under the provisions of this section if within a period of 12 months preceding such issuance the applicant shall have been primarily actively engaged as an electrical contractor or in an occupation which in the judgment of the Board is similar or equivalent to that of an electrical contractor."
|Why should I renew my license?
You cannot work without a valid license. If your license has been inactive for 12 months or longer, you can complete 16 hours of continuing education ro reactivate your electrical contracting license.
|What happens if I'm late to renew my license?
"Upon failure to renew by the expiration date established by the Board, the license shall be automatically revoked. This license may be reinstated by the Board, subject to G.S. 87-44.1 and G.S.87-47, upon payment of the license fee, an administrative fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00), and all fees for the lapsed period during which the person, partnership, firm or corporation engaged in electrical contracting, and, further, upon the satisfaction of such experience requirements during the lapse as the Board may prescribe by rule."
|Link to NC state statues:
Located on the Board Website
|Link to license renewal form:
North Carolina Electrical License Renewal Form
|Link to NC Approved CE courses:
Located on the Board Website