North Carolina Electrical Continuing Education
Our courses are approved by the North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors to help you meet your CE requirements! All of our courses are online and can be taken At Your Pace Online! Once you finish your course, you will have an official certificate of completion to save for your records, and we will report your course completion to the state within 5 business days.
NC 2023 NEC Changes Part 1
This online course approved for North Carolina reviews 50 of the most important changes to the 2023 National Electrical Code. Changes from Section 100 through Section 220 will be covered.
NC 2023 NEC Changes Part 2
This online course reviews 50 of the most important changes to the 2023 National Electrical Code. Changes from Section 220 through Section 406 will be covered.
NC Installation Checklists (2023 NEC)
This course covers updated installation methods that North Carolina electricians must know to pass commercial or residential inspections. Course topics include:
- 2023 NEC wiring installation practices for underground, above the ceiling, and more
- Checklists for installing and grounding panelboards, transformers, and services
- Checklists for rough and final electrical inspections
NC Installing Services (2023 NEC)
North Carolina electricians can take this online course to learn more about electrical installation standards under NEC-2023. Master principles for safe installation that meets user demand with the newest iteration of the National Electrical Code. You will earn four hours of electrical continuing education once you complete this course.
NC 2023 NEC Changes Part 3
This online course approved for North Carolina reviews 50 of the most important changes to the 2023 National Electrical Code. Changes from Section 406 through Section 625 will be covered.
NC 2023 NEC Changes Part 4
This online course, approved for North Carolina, reviews 50 of the most important changes to the 2023 National Electrical Code. Changes from Section 626 through Annex K will be covered.
NC Electrical Continuing Education Requirements
- Electrical contractors must obtain 4 or 8 hours of CE in order to renew. At least half of the hours must come from an in-person or virtual online class.
- Limited, Unlimited, and Intermediate electricians must complete 8 hours of CE.
- Specialty electricians must complete 4 hours of CE.
- A licensee can store up to 12 hours of online continuing education.
- We have partnered with JADE Learning to offer in-person and virtual classroom hours.
State of North Carolina Electrical License Renewal Deadline
- Electricians must renew their license before the license expiration date, every year.