The Florida State Electrical Contractor’s Licensing Board requires Certified and Registered contractors to take 14 hours of CEUs including following topics:
- 7 hours technical subjects
- 1 hour workplace safety
- 2 hours general
- 1 hour business practices
- 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course
- 1 hour Florida laws & rules
- 2 hours false alarm prevention (for all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work).
Contractors who are engaged in alarm system contracting must take a 2-hour False Alarm Prevention course as a part of their continuing education.
License renewal is August 31, even years, and CEUs must be also completed by this date. You can renew your license on the Board website.
Miami-Dade County requires 16 hours and will only allow 50% of the 16 hour CEU requirement to be fulfilled with an on-line course (8 hours maximum). Verify that the course is approved for CE credit before you register.
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