Utah Elevator Continuing Education


Our courses are approved by the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing to satisfy your Elevator Mechanic's license continuing education requirements. All of our courses can be completed At Your Pace Online to help you meet the state's requirements to maintain your license. 

Classes are delivered using cutting edge software. Complete your CE on your computer, tablet or smart phone! Once you finish your class you will have an official certificate of completion to save for your records. Click here to view our courses on the Utah Approved Continuing Education Courses list on the UT DOPL Web site.

CE Requirements to Renew a UT Elevator License


  • An elevator mechanic's license is up for renewal every November 30th of even numbered years.
  • Each licensee shall complete 8 hours of continuing education during each two year license term.
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Utah 8 Hour Complete Elevator Mechanic Renewal Package

8 Hour Course $ 145.00

This complete continuing education package was created for Utah Elevator Mechanics to fulfill their renewal requirement online! Half of this course will cover elevator code and the other half will cover elevator technology. Drawing from the deliberations of ASME Technical Committees and concerns expressed by industry experts, the first half of this class discusses the reasons behind every significant change to ASME A17.1-2010, the Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators, and how these changes affect working elevator mechanics and technicians.The second half of this class will present a survey of some of the latest developments in elevator technology (with a glance to the future), with a special emphasis on how these developments affect Elevator Mechanics.


Utah 4 Hour Elevator Safety Code Course 3

4 Hour Course $ 75.00

Drawing from the deliberations of ASME Technical Committees and concerns expressed by industry experts. this class discusses the reasons behind every significant change to ASME A17.1-2010, the Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators, and how these changes affect working elevator contractors and technicians. Topics covered are intended to provide continuing education on:

  • General requirement changes in Part 8, including security, engineering & suspension member tests, earthquake protection, maintenance repair & replacement protocols, examination after shutdown, rules on alterations & inspection protocols.
  • The resources available in referenced codes & standards, Appendices, and Tables.
  • Upcoming revisions to A17.1 on buffers, earthquake devices, variable speed controllers & many other areas of rapid change.

Utah 4 Hour Elevator Technology Course

4 Hour Course $ 75.00

This four-hour class presents a survey of some of the latest developments in elevator technology {with a glance to the future}, giving special emphasis on how these developments affect working elevator contractors and technicians. The class is presented in seven lessons:

  • An overview of elevator technology's history and trends
  • ASME A17.6-2010 & Aramid Fiber Ropes
  • "Green" Elevators
  • High-Tech Enhancements to Maintenance Procedures & to the Passenger Experience
  • The ASME A17.4-1999 Guide for Emergency Personnel
  • Changes to the 2017 NEC Article 620

Utah 4 Hour Elevator Safety Code Course 2

4 Hour Course $ 75.00

Drawing from the deliberations of ASME Technical Committees and concerns expressed by industry experts. this class discusses the reasons behind every significant change to ASME A17.1-2010, the Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators, and how these changes affect working elevator contractors and technicians. Topics covered are intended to provide continuing education on:

  • Numerous, rapidly changing requirements on traction elevators
  • Up-to-date hydraulic elevator requirements, sidewalk elevator requirements, LU/LA & private residence elevator requirements, and marine & mine elevator requirements 
  • Revised dumbwaiter, material lift and escalator & moving walk rules on walking speed, safety devices, outdoor installation & software

Utah 4 Hour Elevator Safety Code Course 1

4 Hour Course $ 75.00

Drawing from the deliberations of ASME Technical Committees and concerns expressed by industry experts. this class discusses the reasons behind every significant change to ASME A17.1-2010, the Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators, and how these changes affect working elevator contractors and technicians. Topics covered are intended to provide continuing education on:

  • Current definitions as they're being used in updated A17.1 requirements.
  • Numerous, rapidly changing requirements on traction elevators, particularly those on suspension means, driving machines, sheaves & drums, control rooms/spaces, door locks and interlocks, detection of objects, top-of-car railings, overspeed & unintended car movement protection, operating devices and control equipment, terminal stopping devices, and emergency pictographs, operations, power & communication
  • Up-to-date hydraulic elevator requirements, sidewalk elevator requirements, LU/LA & private residence elevator requirements, and marine & mine elevator requirements.

Utah 4 Hour 2017 NEC Chapters 3 and 4

4 Hour Course $ 75.00

This class presents essential 2017 NEC Chapter 3 Articles that provide varied & explicit directions for safe and reliable electrical wiring and selected Articles from Chapter 4, which give similarly explicit directions for connecting equipment. Topics covered are intended to provide continuing education on:

  • The wiring methods best suited to the location and demands placed on it.
  • Key enclosure space and ampacity calculations & safe connecting means for wiring
  • Installing the most appropriate conduits, raceways, power cable trays, etc
  • The latest rules on wet locations, short-circuit ratings, grounding & disconnecting means, air-conditioning equipment, motors, controllers & equipment critical to elevators.

Utah 4 Hour 2017 NEC Chapters 1 and 2

4 Hour Course $ 75.00

This class will present some of the most widely applied and critical Articles in the 2017 NEC from the Introduction and Chapters 1 and 2 (considered essential "building block" Chapters), with a special focus on the NEC Sections most relevant to elevator contractors and technicians.