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Connecticut Continuing Education Requirements and NEC Adoption
Adopted Electrical Code
effective October 1, 2018
Department of Construction Services
Quick Fact: The 2020 State Building and Fire Safety Codes based on 2018 editions of the International Code Council codes and the NEC-2020 are presently under review. The compilation of public proposals was finished on May 20, 2019, but no adoption date has been set. (Send us an update):
License Renewal & CEU Requirements
HOURS REQUIRED: 7
RENEWAL CYCLE: Annual
RENEWAL DATE: 9/30
Units of time — All the 7 continuing education hours can be NEC code related.
Electrical Inspectors? The Office of Education and Data Management requires CT state licensing as an E-1 or E-2 to qualify to sit for an examination to achieve licensing as an Electrical Inspector (EI). Once this is achieved, the EI inspector is required to attend 30 hours of approved continuing education every 3 years to maintain the Electrical Inspector (EI) license. Electrical inspections can also be made by either the Building Official (BO) or the Assistant Building Inspector (ABO), both of which require 90 hours of approved continuing education in a 3 year period.
For additional licensing information, please contact the state board or local jurisdiction in which you reside.
Courses for Connecticut:
No courses are currently available online.