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Kansas Electrical Continuing Education

Our courses have been approved by the Kansas Electrical Education Review Committee to help licensed electricians in the state of Kansas to meet their jurisdiction's Continuing Education Requirement.

All of our courses can be completed At Your Pace Online to help you meet your requirements to maintain your license. Once you finish your class you will have an official certificate of completion to save for your records.

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Kansas 12 Hour 2017 NEC Chapters 1-4, 7

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This course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering changes made to Chapters 1-4 & 7 of the 2017 NEC. This course is approved by the State of Kansas and reviews code for the following subjects:

  • General & Definition
  • Wiring & Protection
  • Wiring Methods & Materials
  • Equipment for General Use
  • Special Conditions
4.7 327 Reviews
$120

Kansas 12 Hour 2020 NEC Chapters 1-5

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This 12 hour course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering significant changes made to the 2020 National Electrical Code. This course is approved by the State of Kansas and can be completed At Your Pace Online!

The following subjects of the 2020 NEC are covered:

  • General & Definitions
  • Wiring & Protection
  • Wiring Methods and Materials
  • Equipment for General Use
  • Special Occupancies
4.7 56 Reviews
$68

Kansas 6 Hour 2020 NEC Chapters 3 & 4

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This 6 hour course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering significant changes made to the 2020 National Electrical Code. This course is approved by the State of Kansas and can be completed At Your Pace Online!

The following subjects of the 2020 NEC are covered:

  • Wiring Methods and Materials
  • Equipment for General Use
4.7 26 Reviews
$68

Kansas 6 Hour 2020 NEC Chapters 1 & 2

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This 6 hour course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering significant changes made to the 2020 National Electrical Code. This course is approved by the State of Kansas and can be completed At Your Pace Online!

The following subjects of the 2020 NEC are covered:

  • General & Definitions
  • Wiring & Protection
4.6 60 Reviews
$68

Kansas 6 Hour 2017 NEC Review Chapters 1, 2 & 7

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This course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering changes made to Chapters 1,2 & 7 of the 2017 NEC. This course is approved by the State of Kansas and reviews code for the following subjects:

  • General & Definition
  • Wiring & Protection
  • Special Conditions
4.6 188 Reviews
$68

Kansas 6 Hour 2017 NEC Review Chapters 3 & 4

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This course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering changes made to Chapters 3 and 4 of the 2017 NEC. This course is approved by the State of Kansas and reviews code for the following subjects:

  • Wiring Methods & Materials
  • Equipment for General Use
4.6 190 Reviews
$48

Kansas 4 Hour 2020 NEC Chapter 2

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This 4 hour course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering significant changes made to the 2020 National Electrical Code. This course is approved by the State of Kansas and can be completed At Your Pace Online!

The following subjects of the 2020 NEC are covered:

  • Wiring & Protection
4.5 15 Reviews
$48

Kansas 4 Hour 2017 NEC Review Chapter 5

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This course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering changes made to Chapters 5 of the 2017 NEC. This course is approved by the State of Kansas and reviews code for Special Occupancies.

4.7 121 Reviews
$28

Kansas 2 Hour 2017 NEC Review Chapters 1, 8, & 9

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This course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering changes made to Chapters 1, 8, & 9 of the 2017 NEC. This course is approved by the State of Kansas and reviews code for the following subjects:

  • General & Definition
  • Communication Systems
4.6 46 Reviews
$28

Kansas 2 Hour 2020 NEC Chapter 7

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This 2 hour course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering significant changes made to the 2020 National Electrical Code. This course is approved by the State of Kansas and can be completed At Your Pace Online!

The following subjects of the 2020 NEC are covered:

  • Special Conditions
4.5 11 Reviews
$28

Kansas 2 Hour 2017 NEC Review Chapter 3

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This course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering changes made to Chapter 3 of the 2017 NEC. This course is approved by the State of Kansas and reviews code for Wiring Methods and Materials.

4.6 60 Reviews
$28

Kansas 2 Hour 2020 NEC Chapter 3

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This 2 hour course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering significant changes made to the 2020 National Electrical Code. This course is approved by the State of Kansas and can be completed At Your Pace Online!

The following subjects of the 2020 NEC are covered:

  • Wiring Methods and Materials
4.3 10 Reviews

Kansas Electrical License Renewal and CE Requirements

The state of Kansas does not license electricians directly. Instead, licensing, continuing education, and renewal is handled by the individual jurisdictions at the city or county level.

(Note: Johnson County, the City of Lawrence, City of Winfield, and Miami County do NOT approve online education at this time.)

The key to following the right steps to legally maintain your Kansas electrical license is to research your local area’s procedures for license/trade certificate renewal, including the continuing education (CE) hours you need. 

Here are the Kansas electrical license renewal and CE requirements for Sedgwick and Shawnee Counties.

Sedgwick County electrical license renewal and CE requirements

Sedgwick County gives its master and journeyman electricians two years between renewals. 

During those two years, you need to complete

  • 12 hours of continuing education.
  • Six of those hours need to be trade-focused (i.e., focusing on electrical training), and
  • six of the hours can be general trade education. 

Fortunately for you, Sedgwick County has approved online CE for its tradesmen. That means you can get the 12 hours you need completed from the comfort of your home or office and you can take your hours whenever they fit in your schedule. You need to complete your CE hours by the expiration date on your certificate. 

Then, both master and journeyman electricians need to send three things into the county:

  • The completed trade certificate renewal application
  • Proof of your CE hours, including your CEU log
  • The $35 renewal fee

Pay attention to the expiration date on your trade certificate and make sure you get your CEs completed and this paperwork sent in before your certificate expires. That way, you won’t have any trouble maintaining your electrical license in Sedgwick County. 

Electrical license renewal and CE requirements in Shawnee County and Topeka

Technically, you’re going to be working with the City of Topeka’s Development Services Division for your renewal here.

At the end of each year, you should receive your contractor license renewal forms in the mail. It’s important that you keep your current address on file with Development Services for two reasons. First, if they don’t have your address, you won’t get this form. And since the City of Topeka’s website only offers limited information about renewals, this is your best bet for keeping your license current. But secondly, if Development Services tries to send you a renewal form and it gets returned to them, they’ll charge you a $10 return mail fee. 

If you’re not sure what address the city has on file for you right now, the city website currently lists two points of contact for contractor licensing so you can reach out and check:

Laurie Valdivia-Price, Office Specialist

785-368-3905, Opt. #1

lvaldivia@topeka.org

Kitty Carr, Accounting Specialist II – Licensing

785-368-3905, Opt. #3

kcarr@topeka.org

Your City of Topeka trade license renewal is due by December 14 each year. But before master and journeymen electricians can renew, they need to complete six CE hours. And three of those hours need to focus specifically on the National Electrical Code (NEC).

The City of Topeka/Shawnee County has approved online continuing education for their electricians.

Ultimately, because electrical licensing is handled on a county or city-wide basis in Kansas, the specific regulations that apply to you depend on where you live. But it’s still your responsibility to make sure you’re keeping your license or trade certificate current, so don’t wait to do some research for yourself about your local requirements. 

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