Wisconsin Electrical Continuing Education Courses
License Renewal Deadline: By June 30th, every four years.
Continuing Education Requirements: Industrial Journeyman, Residential Journeyman, and Residential Master Electricians are required to obtain 18 hours of CE. Journeyman, Master, and Registered electricians are required to complete 24 hours of CE. Master and Journeyman electrical continuing education is due by June 30th every 4 years. Registered electricians must have their CE done annually based on the date that their license is issued. There is no Continuing Education requirement for the initial term after passing an exam. There is an education requirement if the credential is obtained without examination. credential holders may not retake the same course for credit more than once during the 1-, 2- or 4-year term of a specific credential.
State website link: Wisconsin Safety and Buildings Division
These courses are APPROVED by the State of Wisconsin. When you complete your course we will email you a Certificate of Completion to keep for your records and report your hours to the State Electrical Board. The following courses are approved for ALL Electricians and Inspectors.
Please choose a course below:
|Changes To the 2017 National Electrical Code Part Two - 19570||8||$65|
|Changes To the 2017 National Electrical Code Part One - 19569||8||$65|
|Wiring Methods - 16172||8||$65|
|Electrical Theory and Calculations - 16173||4||$45|
|Understanding Grounding and Bonding - 16174||4||$45|