Electrical Continuing EducationPage
For NC Licensees, effective July 1, 2008, one half of continuing education requirements must be obtained by an in-person classroom or seminar setting. The other half of continuing education hours may be obtained by other means, such as online testing, mail order tests, etc. Licensees may carry forward continuing education credit hours for use in two future license periods. If you need 8 hours of continuing education per year, we suggest that you take 2 of our online or mail order tests (4 hours each) along with an 8 hour class for a total of 16 credit hours that will cover 2 years of continuing education requirements.
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When you take Continuing Education through CECA, you are helping to
support your Electrical Industry in NC
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CECA has represented the interest of the electrical contractor in the Carolinas
since 1946. When you take a test or class through CECA, you are supporting a non-profit
401(c)(6) association that supports the electrical industry in North Carolina.
CECA does many things to further the electrical industry in NC, including having
a lobbyist to watch and lobby on legislation in Raleigh that can and will affect
you and your business. CECA also supports industry functions and apprentice functions
to ensure that NC has a well trained workforce for the future.
Carolinas Electrical Contractors Association, Inc. is pleased to offer to you the Code Course for your continuous education requirements at the low price of $40.00 per four hours. (All NC tests are 50 multiple choice questions and Virginia tests are 25 multiple choice questions) CECA members pay only $30.00.
Convenient online testing at your computer and pay and print version from your computer are both available.
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