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Florida Electrical Continuing Education

Our courses are Florida DBPR approved to satisfy your electrician continuing education requirements (Provider ID #0005624; ECLB CE Provider License #PVD483).

Complete the continuing education to renew your FL electricians license today. All of our courses can be completed At Your Pace Online to help you meet the state's requirements to maintain your license. Once you finish your course, we provide an official certificate of completion for your records. Learn more about our state reporting service here.

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FL 11-Hour Package for Electrical Contractors

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Save with this 11-hour package for Florida Electrical Contractors! This package covers all required hours including workers' compensation, safety, business, laws, and rules, technical, and advanced.

Includes the following courses:

  • Florida 2023 Residential Advanced Building Code (1 hour, Advanced)
  • 2023 NEC Changes (6 hours, Technical)
  • Florida Business Communication (1 hour, Business)
  • Florida Laws and Rules (1 hour, Laws and Rules)
  • Florida Workers' Compensation (1 hour, Workers' Compensation)
  • Florida Electrical Safety (1 hour, Safety)
4.6 55 Reviews
$19

2023 Residential Advanced Florida Building Code - Internet

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This one-hour course is approved by the FBC and the Electrical Contractors' Licensing Board. It covers a selection of changes to the 2023 edition of the Florida Building Code-Residential (FBC-R) from the 2020 edition, including codes affecting Wind Design, Stairways, Sun Control Structures, Flood-Resistant Construction, Exterior Coverings, Soffits, Roof Assemblies, and Residential Permanently Installed Standby Generators.

Credit Type: Advanced

4.5 18 Reviews
$65

FL 7-Hour Renewal Package for Alarm Contractors

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Save with this 7-hour package for Florida Alarm and Specialty Contractors! This package covers all required hours including workers' compensation, safety, business, laws, and rules, technical, and advanced.

Includes the following courses:

  • Florida 2023 Residential Advanced Building Code
  • Florida False Alarm Awareness
  • Florida Business Communication
  • Florida Laws and Rules
  • Florida Workers' Compensation
  • Florida Electrical Safety
4.5 11 Reviews
$69

FL 2023 NEC Changes

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After completing this technical continuing education for Florida, the participant will be able to apply the 75 most important changes to the 2023 National Electrical Code in common wiring practice.

Credit Type: Technical

4.4 17 Reviews
$39

FL Installation Checklists (2023 NEC)

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This course covers updated installation practices that electricians in Florida must know to pass commercial or residential inspections. Topics covered include:

  • 2023 NEC updates for installing wiring on underground, above the ceiling, and more
  • Code checklists for rough and final electrical inspections
  • Checklists for installing and grounding panelboards, services, and transformers

Credit Type: Technical

4.4 5 Reviews
$29

Florida False Alarm Awareness

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After completing this course the licensee will understand what causes false alarms, why they are such a large problem, best practices to reduce them, model ordinances, how to become an industry leader, current laws, enhanced call verification, technician certifications, their role with customers, and law enforcement procedures.

Credit Type: False Alarm

4.7 56 Reviews
$19

FL Electrical Safety (NFPA 70E: 2021)

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The course serves as an introduction to first portion of the NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace (2021 ed.) and reviews the basic elements and requirements for an electrical safety program. This course details the arrangement, scope, and purpose of the document, as well as defines common terms. Then, we discuss securing an electrically safe work condition and lockout/tagout. This course has no prerequisites.

Credit Type: Workplace Safety

4.4 8 Reviews
$19

Florida Business Communication

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This online course will impart a variety of leadership and communication tools and tips, as well as outline the importance of how better communication and leadership can improve our personal and professional life. It also identifies the primary goals of communication needed to add value and benefit to tasks performed. Lastly, key expectations like communicating effectively and efficiently are covered.

Credit Type: Business Practices

4.8 18 Reviews
$15

Florida Laws and Rules

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This course will cover the laws and rules governing the practice of electrical and alarm contracting in the state of Florida. Included sections cover Chapter 489 of the Florida Statutes and Chapter 61G6 of the Florida Administrative Code.

Credit Type: Laws and Rules

4.7 52 Reviews
$15

Florida Workers' Compensation

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This course will cover common questions and concerns related to workers' compensation in Florida.

Credit Type: Workers' Compensation

4.6 20 Reviews
$15

FL Electrical Safety (NFPA 70E 2024): Part 1

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Florida electricians who take this first part of a two-part safety series will get an introduction to the 2024 NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace publication. The lesson material discusses the electrical safety program, troubleshooting equipment, NFPA 70E training requirements, and more.

Credit Type: Workplace Safety

$15

FL Electrical Safety (NFPA 70E 2024): Part 2

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In this course, Florida electricians will continue to learn about the 2024 NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace publication. This part covers the steps required for establishing a safe work condition, GFCI protection, understanding lockout/tagout principles, and more.

Credit Type: Workplace Safety

CE Requirements to Renew a FL Electrical License

In the state of Florida, electrical contractors are required to obtain either 11 or 7 hours of continuing education every 2 years.

CE hours must be earned in several different categories, depending on what type of license you hold:

  • Certified Electrical Contractors = 11 hours of Continuing Education
    • 1 hour workers' compensation
    • 1 hour workplace safety
    • 1 hour business practices
    • 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules
    • 7 hours of Technical to include 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course and 2 hours false alarm prevention for all certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work
  • Registered Electrical Contractors = 11 hours of Continuing Education
    • 1 hour workers' compensation
    • 1 hour workplace safety
    • 1 hour business practices
    • 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules
    • 7 hours of Technical to include 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course
  • Certified and Registered Alarm Contractors = 7 hours of Continuing Education
    • 1 hour workers' compensation
    • 1 hour workplace safety
    • 1 hour business practices
    • 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules
    • 2 hours false alarm prevention
    • 1 hours of Technical to include 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course
  • Certified and Registered Specialty Contractors = 7 hours of Continuing Education
    • 1 hour workers' compensation
    • 1 hour workplace safety
    • 1 hour business practices
    • 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules
    • 1 hours of Technical to include 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course
    • 2 hours general credit

    If your license was issued less than 12 months prior to August 31st of the renewal year, you do not owe any continuing education.

    If your license was issued more than 1 year, but less than 2 years, prior to August 31st of the renewal year, you owe either 5 or 4 hours of continuing education as follows:

    • Certified Electrical Contractors = 5 hours of Continuing Education
      • 1 hour workers' compensation
      • 1 hour workplace safety
      • 1 hour business practices
      • 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules
      • 1 hours of Technical (for all certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work the 1 hour Technical credit should be false alarm prevention)
    •  Registered Electrical Contractors = 5 hours of Continuing Education
      • 1 hour workers' compensation
      • 1 hour workplace safety
      • 1 hour business practices
      • 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules
      • 1 hour of Technical
    • Certified and Registered Alarm Contractors = 4 hours of Continuing Education
      • 1 hour workers' compensation
      • 1 hour workplace safety
      • 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules
      • 1 hour false alarm prevention
    • Certified and Registered Specialty Contractors = 4 hours of Continuing Education
      • 1 hour workers' compensation
      • 1 hour workplace safety
      • 1 hour business practices
      • 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules

State of Florida Electrical License Renewal Deadline

  • Electricians must renew their license by August 31 of every even-numbered year.
Agency Requirements for licensure