Class Enrollment Page for the Charlotte Metro Area in North Carolina
Tim Walker is a 30 year veteran of the North Carolina Charlotte Mecklenburg County Inspection Department. He has worked in Charlottes' city high-rise section most of that time. Tim and his wife Mary enjoy traveling since his retirement. They are now taking care of their wonderful new grandson (Bradley) and have slowed down just a bit.
Tim was also a Naval Reservist for 25 years; a Huey air crewman, a crew chief, doorgunner and SAR wet crewman (Retired). The squadron was HAL-4 the REDWOLFS.
Tim has taught classes at CPCC (Central Piedmont Community College)
since 1981. He also taught classes for homeowners on how to wire their own homes.
This class was also used for 'green' electrical helpers. He has also taught second
and fourth year apprenticeship classes and code seminars for electricians taking
their state exams. He has been certified by North Carolina Department of Insurance
to teach classes for Electrical Inspectors and by North Carolina State Electrical
Board to instruct continuing education for state contractors. We are proud to
have Tim as an instructor for our continuing education classes.
You can either print from your printer or complete on-line by choosing the "Register Online" option below:
If you need less than 8 hours of class time, please contact the CECA office and we can work something out that will be more accommodating to you.
Please click on map to register for classes in other areas of the state.
The NC Electrical Board requires licensees to complete 8 hours of continuing education for license renewal each year, four of those hours must be obtained from a classroom setting. NC licensees can bank up to 3 years worth of continuing education hours at any time.
The NEC test for Virginia meets the requirements of the Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation for the Commonwealth of Virginia. The test for VA is good for 3 credit hours, which satisfies the Virginia requirement of 3 credit hours during the two year term of the license.
Hours can not be banked for Virginia licensing.
What are the new continuing education requirements for the NCBEEC? While the requirement is still that each licensee must have 8 hours of continuing education, starting in July 1 2008 the new annual requirement is that 4 of the hours must be obtained from a classroom setting and the other 4 hours may be obtained by several means including tests (online and paper form). CECA presently offers testing in paper form and online form.
CECA also offers
additional free classroom sessions to CECA Members. If you are interested in membership
please either contact the CECA office
These courses are not sponsored by the Board.