Electrical

Electrical Continuing Education for the 2019 Renewal Year

The Construction Education Center is an official provider (#1275) of Continuing Education classes for electricians in the state of Connecticut for the 2019 requirement. It is mandatory for licensed electricians to attend continuing education classes on a yearly basis. For 2019, four (4) CE hours are required for license renewal and the class must be taken before renewal. 

The 2019 class will include instruction on: 

Connecticut General Statues:

  • Sec 20-340 Exemptions from licensing requirements  
  • Sec 20-332b Hiring ratios re apprentices, journeymen and contractors
  • Sec 20-332-15a Employment of apprentices
  • Sec 20-332-15-a(f) How to register an apprentice
  • Sec 20-332-16 Prohibited acts. Records. Lettering
  • Sec 20-335 License fee. Continuing education requirements. Expiration and renewal
  • 20-338a Work required to be performed by licensed persons
  • Sec 20-338b Building permits applications. Who may sign
  • Sec 20-338c Work not to commence until permit is obtained
  • Sec 20-340 Exemptions from licensing requirements
  • Sec 20-341 Penalties for violations

Ratio of apprentices to licensed tradesperson: 

  • Review 2017 changes to apprenticeship ratios pursuant to Public Act 17-76, and reference attached ratio chart (include in handout booklet).
  • Review and discuss the attached “Ratio Relief Form” for additional apprentices when additional licensed tradesperson’s cannot be hired. 

2018 Connecticut State Building Code

Safety:
Reference NFPA 70E and the appropriate charts for categorizing Hazards/Risk [Table 130.7(C)(15)(a)] and the appropriate Protective Clothing and PPE [Table 130.7(C)(16)].   Include in handout and discuss regarding proper usage and need for personal protective equipment as it relates to the following items: head protection, hearing protection, eye and face protection, respiratory protection, safety belts, harnesses, lifelines, lanyards and proper hydratio

Silica Standards

Confined Spaces

Code:
2017 NEC CODE CHANGES – Section 90, CHAPTERS 1, 2 & 3

All license holders attending classes are required to have their own copy of the 2017 National Electrical Code as well as a functioning calculator.

For more information about continuing education, visit the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection web site, or call us at 860.529.5886.

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