CE Option C: Advanced Industrial Topics (32 hours online)
This option is suggested for commercial electricians and/or industrial electricians who would like to improve their skills in the areas of advanced motor controls, motor maintenance, specialty transformers, and high voltage terminations and splices. This is an online course that will give journeymen 32 hours of continuing education required to renew their state certification and consists of the following:
- Advanced Control (online -- 12 hours)
- Motor Operation and Maintenance, Part 2 (online -- 8 hours)
- Specialty Transformers (online -- 4 hours)
- Heat Tracing & Freeze Protection (online -- 4 hours)
- Medium Voltage Terminations & Splices (online -- 4 hours)
Note: Online hours are approximate and may take slightly more or less time depending on the speed of the student. Each student will be given credit for 32 hours of CE upon completion.
The price for this 32 hour CE class is $275.00 -- for more information, call 800.678.6669
CE Option E: 8 Hour Blocks
You don't need 32 hours? You already have some CEUs? You would prefer other topics? Take control of your online experience and mix and match your own CE classes to meet your needs. Select from the following 8 hour blocks:
- Conduit Bending
- Alternating Current (AC Theory)
- Cable Tray
- Commercial Electrical Services
- Load Calculations -- Branch Circuits and Feeders
- Overcurrent Protection
- Distribution Equipment
- Distribution System Transformers
- Motor Calculations
- Hazardous Locations
If you need 8 hours, register for one class. If you need 16 hours, register for two classes, etc.
All 8 hour classes are just $75.00 each!
Register Here (Separate registration required for each 8 hour block!)
A: A certified electrician may take continuing education from; a community college or public school district or public educational institution, or a state-licensed private post-secondary institution under contract with a public educational institution, community college or public school district that offers classes relevant to the certification category.
A: Those who can offer continuing education include a community college or public school district or public educational institution, or a state-licensed private post-secondary institution under contract with a public educational institution, community college or public school district.
CCTC is a state-licensed private post-secondary under contract with the Eden Area Regional Occupational Program (ROP).