Electrical Continuing Education for the 2018 Renewal Year

The Construction Education Center is an official provider (#1275) of Continuing Education classes for electricians in the state of Connecticut for the 2018 requirement. It is mandatory for licensed electricians to attend continuing education classes on a yearly basis. For 2018, four (4) CE hours are required for license renewal and the class must be taken before renewal. 

The 2018 class will include instruction on: 

Connecticut General Statues:

  • Sec 20-340 Exemptions from licensing requirements
  • Sec 20-332-15a Employment of apprentices
  • Sec 20-332-15-a(f) How to register an apprentice
  • Sec 20-332-16 Prohibited acts. Records. Lettering
  • Sec 20-335 License fee. Continuing education requirements. Expiration and renewal
  • Sec 20-338a Work required to be performed by licensed persons
  • Sec 20-338b Building permit applications. Who may sign
  • Sec 20-338c Work not to commence until permit is obtained
  • Sec 20-340 Exemptions from licensing requirements
  • Sec 20-341 Penalties for violations

Changes to Apprenticeship Ratios

2016 Connecticut State Building Code

NFPA 70E, and the appropriate charts for categorizing Hazards/Risk [Table 130.7(C)(15)(a)] and the appropriate Protective Clothing and PPE [Table 130.7(C)(16)], 

Personal Protective Equipment as it relates to the following items: Head protection, Hearing Protection, Eye and Face Protection, Respiratory Protection, Safety Belts, Harnesses, Lifelines and Lanyards

Silica Standards

Confined Spaces


All license holders attending classes are required to have their own copy of the 2014 National Electrical Code as well as a functioning calculator.

For more information about continuing education, visit the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection web site, or call us at 860.529.5886.


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