If you need 10 hours for Ohio, you will need to take an 8 hour class and a 2 hour class on different days and you will need to register for the classes separately.
Want to pick up a new 2020 National Electrical Code (NEC) Softbound book when you come to class?
NEC book is not required for class.
Alabama requires 14 hours of CE during a 2 year cycle. Up to 6 hours of excess time can be carried over to the next cycle. The other states that CECA provides CE for do not allow hours to be carried over.
- Want to pick up one or two continuing education tests when you get to class to make your classroom CE hours go further? Each test is worth 4 continuing education hours.
The continuing education rule for NC is that half of your CE time must come from a classroom setting, so if you take an 8 hour class and 2 tests, that will give you enough CE time for two renewal cycles.
If you have both classroom time and test time, the NC Electrical Licensing Board will automatically split the hours used for your renewal into 4 hours of test time and 4 hours of class time.
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- REFUND POLICY:
Refunds are available only for classes that have not been completed. Once a class is completed, there will be no refund given.
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