NEW COURSE APPROVALS: North Carolina Electrical Contractors

RedVector is happy to announce that the following 4 courses for 8 hours were approved for North Carolina Electrical Contractors.

North Carolina 2 Hour 2017 NEC Changes: A New Process and Five New Articles and General Requirements (RV-PGM148) – 2 CE Hours

2017 NEC Changes: Branch Circuit, Feeder and Services (RV-11106) – 2 CE Hours

North Carolina 2 Hour 2017 NEC Changes: Overcurrent Protection, Grounding & Bonding, and Enclosure Boxes (RV-PGM149) – 2 CE Hours

North Carolina 2 Hour 2017 NEC Changes: Hazardous Locations and Special Occupancies (RV-PGM150) – 2 CE Hours

Reminder:

Continuing education is based on license type and is due annually based on the date of licensure.

The following license types must obtain 4 hours of continuing education: 

(SP-LV) Low Voltage
(SP-EL) Elevator
(SP-PH) Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning
(SP-WP) Groundwater Pump
(SP-ES) Electric Sign
(SP-SP) Swimming Pool

The following license types must get 8 hours of continuing education: 

(L) Limited
(U) Intermediate
(U) Unlimited
(SP-SFD) Residential dwelling license that permits electrical contracting projects pertaining to single-family detached residential dwellings.All courses must be approved by the North Carolina Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors. Those courses offered by RedVector have been approved by the Board.

If you are seeking online continuing education hours or have any questions about these courses, contact an educational advisor or our client support department today.

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