Helpful Links

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National Organizations

The following links are to National Organizations which may be helpful for you:

Electrical Code Coalition (update on each state’s code adoption)

National Council of Examiners of Engineering and Surveying (has link to find state information on obtaining your PE license)

National Electrical Contractors Association

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA books and check on updates to code editions)

Helpful Links for Individual State Requirements

 

Alabama

Alabama is on the 2014 NEC® and requires 14 hours of continuing education every two years. 7 of those hours must be an NEC® Code Class. You can carry over up to 6 hours for a two year term. Alabama accepts classroom and online continuing education opportunities. JCR Productions has been approved for all currently offered classes as follows: Review and Renew including 2017 NEC® Changes (8 hours); Review and Renew Online Course (8 hours); Detailed NEC® Workshop (20 hours); Detailed NEC® Workshop-Day 1 (10 hours); Detailed NEC® Workshop-Day 2 (10 hours)

Alabama is reciprocal with Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia

Visit Alabama Electrical Contractor’s Board Website

Alaska

The state of Alaska is currently on the 2017 NEC® and requires Electrical Administrators to obtain 8 hours every 2 years based on the current state adopted codes or their later revisions & Electrical Journeymen are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education every 2 years, with at least 1/2 being on the NEC®. Online classes and classroom workshops are both accepted. JCR Productions has been approved for all currently offered classes including: Review and Renew 2017 NEC® (Online): 8 hours (Course # 16353), Review and Renew Including 2017 NEC® Changes: 8 hours (Course # 16352), 2017 Detailed NEC® Workshop-Day 1: 10 hours (Course # 16351), 2017 Detailed NEC® Workshop-Day 2: 9 hours (Course # 16350)

The state of Alaska has agreements for Electrical Journeymen with the following states: Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, Montana, Oklahoma, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota and Utah.

Regulation of Electrical Administrators Website

Arizona

Arizona does not have a statewide adoption of the NEC® and does not require continuing education for licensed electricians. Some counties have additional requirements for electrical workers.

*Arizona does not have reciprocal agreements with additional states; however, the Registrar may grant a license without examination if they have a classification the Registrar deems comparable in another state.

Arizona Registrar of Contractors Website

Arkansas

Arkansas is currently using the 2017 NEC® and requires 8 hours of continuing education on the newest NEC® change. Online and classroom courses are accepted. JCR Productions is an approved provider for Arkansas.

*Arkansas has reciprocal agreements with: Alaska, New Mexico, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Colorado. A Master reciprocal agreement is with Oregon.

Arkansas Electrical Inspection and Licensing Website

California

California is currently on the 2014 NEC® and requires 32 hours every 3 years in courses relevant to your line of work. Online and classroom courses are accepted. CA requires continuing education providers to have an agreement or contract with a CA public school entity prior to becoming an approved provider which JCR Productions does not have. If you have been through one of Jeff’s courses and would like to help us make such a connection, please give Ali a call at the office!

*California does not have reciprocal agreements with additional states; however, having a license in another state does qualify you to sit for a California licensing exam.

Contractors State License Board Website

Electrical Certification Candidate Information Bulletin- Download

Colorado

Colorado is currently on the 2017 NEC® and requires 24 PDU’s every 3 years.  (PDU stands for Professional Development Unit and is Colorado’s equivalent to CEU’s.)  Class certificates along with course outlines are submitted by individuals when seeking license renewal. Online and classroom classes are OK. CEU and license changes were enacted in July 2017 with the Colorado Board separating the need for continuing education in four areas of competency: Code Update, Grounding and Bonding, Wiring Methods, and Calculations.

All of JCR Production’s workshops have been approved by the Colorado State Electrical Board.

Call the Colorado Licensing Services for Electricians directly to see if your current out-of-state license will be accepted for reciprocity.

Connecticut

Connecticut is currently on the 2017 NEC®. CT requires 7 hours of continuing education (CE) every year. CE must be classroom instruction only. At this time, JCR Productions, Inc. is not a continuing education provider in the state of Connecticut and is not actively seeking provider approval.

*Connecticut does not have any reciprocal agreements with additional states.

Department of Consumer Protection-Electrical License Website

Delaware

Delaware is currently on the 2014 NEC® and requires 10 hours per renewal period (every even year) of continuing education. At least 5 of the 10 hours must be a NEC® Code focused class. Classroom and online courses are accepted.  JCR Productions is an approved CE provider for the State of Delaware for all 8+ hour workshops, and we offer an online class option, as well.

Reciprocity may be given if your current license has licensure standards “substantially similar” to Delaware’s license standards.

State of Delaware-Board of Electrical Examiners Website

District of Columbia

Washington DC is currently on the 2011 NEC® and does not require continuing education at this time.

Washington DC does not have any reciprocal arrangements with additional states at this time.

Board of Industrial Trades Website

Florida

Florida is currently using the 2014 NEC® and requires 14 hours of continuing education every 2 years. Both classroom and online classes are accepted.

14 hours of Continuing Education must include:

  • 7 hours technical
  • 1 hour workers’ compensation
  • 1 hour workplace safety
  • 1 hour business practices
  • 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course
  • 1 hour Florida Laws
  • 2 hours false alarm prevention (for all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm
  • Remaining hours general credit

JCR Productions is an approved classroom and online provider for the 7 technical hours. The online course also provides 1 additional business practice hour.

*While Florida does not have reciprocal arrangements with additional states, they do recognize specific examinations in North Carolina, Georgia and California as meeting one or more of their examinations’ criteria. Call the Florida Board directly for clarification.

Electrical Contractors’ Licensing Board Website

Georgia

Georgia is on the 2017 NEC and requires 4 hours/year on their current code. Electrical professionals self-report their CE hours at time of renewal. All JCR Productions’ classes meet Georgia’s requirements.

*Georgia has reciprocal arrangements with the following states: Alabama, Louisiana, North Carolina and South Carolina.

Board for Electrical Contractors Website to print your license, find the fee schedule and get your state questions answered.

Hawaii

Hawaii uses the 2017 NEC® and requires proof of code update continuing education through the Hawaiian Community College system. You may request for the Hawaii board to accept out of state continuing education and we will provide necessary documentation, upon request.

*Hawaii does not have reciprocal arrangements with any additional states.

Department of Commerce Consumer Affairs Website – Electrician and Plumber

Idaho

Idaho is on the 2017 NEC® and currently requires 24 hours of continuing education every 3 years with at least 16 of those hours being on code change. JCR is an approved provider for the state of Idaho for all workshops and online/correspondence courses.

*Idaho has reciprocal arrangements with the following states: Colorado, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Wyoming.

Division of Building Safety – Electrical Program – Website

Illinois

Illinois does not have a state-wide licensing system for credentialing electricians; however, individual municipalities may have licensing requirements of their own which vary from town to town. Chicago has adopted the 2017 with Chicago amendments as of March 2018.

There are no continuing education requirements currently in place.

Indiana

Indiana operates under the Indiana Electrical Code which is based on the 2008 NEC®. There are no continuing education requirements.

*No licensing of electricians at a state level, no reciprocal arrangements with additional state.

Indiana Department of Homeland Security Website

Iowa

Iowa is currently using the 2017 NEC® and generally requires 6 hours of continuing education every year (or 18 CEUs every 3 years with at least 6 CEUs on current code change). Requirements are tiered based on how long each individual has had their electrical license. Continuing Education must be in-person attendance only.

JCR Productions is currently in the process of requesting approval within the state of Iowa.

*Iowa has reciprocal arrangements with the following states: Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota.

Iowa Department of Public Safety – State Fire Marshal Division

Kansas

Kansas is operating under the 2008 NEC® and has no statewide continuing education requirements. Most local jurisdictions that require CE require in-person attendance only.

*Since Kansas does not have statewide licensing for electrical professionals, it has no reciprocal arrangements with additional states.

Kansas State Board of Technical Professionals Website

Kentucky

Kentucky will begin using the 2014 NEC® (although the adoption process is underway for 2017 adoption) and requires 6 continuing education hours each year (no banking/carryover hours). The focus of these hours (business-CE vs. code-ME) depends on electrical license level held. All of JCR Productions workshop and online courses are approved for Master Electricians (ME licenses).

*Kentucky does not have any reciprocal arrangements with additional states.

Public Protection Cabinet-Dept of Housing, Buildings and Construction Website

Louisiana

Louisiana is on the 2014 NEC® and requires residential building contractors to have 6 hours of continuing education every year. JCR Productions, Inc. is an approved provider for all courses with Louisiana.

*Louisiana has reciprocal arrangements with the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Virginia.

State Licensing Board Website

Maine

Maine is currently using the 2017 NEC® and requires 15 hours of continuing education every 3 years on the current code. JCR is not currently seeking approval as a continuing education provider with the State of Maine.

Maine has reciprocal arrangements with the following states for the following licensure:

  • Master: New Hampshire and Vermont
  • Journeyman: Idaho, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oregon and Vermont

Financial Regulation: Electricians Examining Board Website

Maryland

Maryland is currently using the 2014 NEC® and requires 10 hours of continuing education every 2 years on the existing or an updated code with at least 5 of the 10 CE hours being completed in a classroom setting.

JCR Productions, Inc. is an approved provider for the State of Maryland.

Counties may require separate approval. Maryland requires proof of competency at the end of each class. You will be provided with a 15 question competency NEC® based quiz to complete prior to receiving your MD license.

*Maryland has reciprocal arrangements with Delaware, Virginia and West Virginia.

Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing

Cecil County: Department of Permits and Inspections

The State Board of Master Electricians issues only one license, Master Electrician. In Maryland the actual performance license to perform electrical work is issued by each of the local jurisdictions. Many of the local jurisdictions do issue additional categories of electrical licenses. All of these licenses are LESSER than a Master Electrician. For example some jurisdictions may issue a “general electrician”, “limited electrician”, or “low voltage” license as examples. If an individual was interested in obtaining a lesser license than a master electricians license, then it would be necessary to contact the local jurisdiction where you would anticipate working and determine if they offer a lesser license and the qualifications. Not all jurisdictions offer a lesser license. In those jurisdictions that do not, an individual would need a master electricians license to perform any electrical work.

Massachusetts

Massachusetts is on the 2017 NEC® and requires 21 hours of continuing education every 3 years. 15 of those hours must be related to Massachusetts electrical code, business practices and state specific regulations. The remaining credits may be on the NEC® or other related topics. CEU’s must be in a classroom setting only. JCR is not currently seeking approval as a continuing education provider in Massachusetts.

*reciprocal with New Hampshire

Board of State Examiners of Electricians Website

Michigan

Michigan is currently on the 2014 NEC® and requires 15 hours of continuing education on the existing adopted code. Anyone performing electrical work in the state of Michigan must be a resident of the State of Michigan and licensed, unless exempt. The City of Grand Rapids and the City of Detroit issue their own electrical licenses. JCR’s Detailed NEC Workshop is approved for 15 CEUs within the State of Michigan and includes an addendum focused on Michigan rules and regulations.

*Michigan has no reciprocal arrangements with additional states.

Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Website

Minnesota

Minnesota is currently on the 2017 NEC® and requires 16 hours of continuing education every 2 years. At least 12 hours must be on the current code. Continuing education may be done online or in a classroom setting.

JCR Productions is currently in the process of submitting a Minnesota CE approval application for all our of workshops and online course. In the meantime, we can provide you with a document to submit your own Minnesota hours in upon request.

*Minnesota has reciprocal arrangements with the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming

Master: Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota

Michigan Department of Labor and Industry – Electrical Licensing Website

Mississippi

Mississippi has no state-wide adoption of the National Electrical Code; however, they do requires 2 hours of continuing education every year for residential licenses. JCR Productions is an approved provider for Mississippi.

*The Mississippi State Board of Contractors has reciprocal agreements with Alabama General Contractors Board, Alabama Electrical Contractors Board, Alabama Heating and Air Contractors Board, Arkansas Contractors Board, Georgia Board of Residential and General Contractors, Louisiana Contractors Board, North Carolina Electrical Contractors Board, South Carolina Contractors Board and Tennessee Contractors Board. If you have held a license in one of these states for three (3) consecutive years, the board may waive your trade exam. However, the Mississippi Law and Business Management exam is mandatory.

Mississippi State Board of Contractors Website

Missouri

Missouri has no statewide adoption of the NEC nor has any continuing education requirements. However, individual jurisdictions may set electrical licensing requirements. Currently, the state is reviewing this rule and has drafted proposed regulations to implement a statewide licensing system for electricians.

Missouri Division of Professional Registration Website

Montana

Montana is currently using the 2014 NEC® and requires 8 hours per year on the current code. Online and classroom settings are accepted.  JCR Productions is an approved course provider in Montana.

*Montana has reciprocal arrangements with the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming.

Montana State Electrical Board

Nebraska

Nebraska is currently using the 2017 NEC® and requires 12 hours of continuing education every 2 years. Continuing education must be in classroom setting only. JCR Productions is an approved course provider for all classroom-based workshops.

*Nebraska has reciprocal arrangements with the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, Texas and Wyoming. Visit their “Reciprocal Arrangements” webpage to get the specifics on reciprocity for specific licenses.

Nebraska Electrical Division Website

Nevada

Nevada has no state licensing for electricians, although it does adopt the newest National Electrical Code when available.  Licensing may be done by local jurisdictions. There are no continuing education requirements.

*Nevada does not have any reciprocal arrangements with any states.

Nevada State Contractors Board Website

New Hampshire

New Hampshire is currently using the 2017 NEC® and requires 15 hours of continuing education every license renewal period on the updated code. One of the fifteen hours must include changes to RSA 319, the Administrative Rules, and to the list of Commonly Found Licensing Concerns and Installation Deficiencies provided by the Electricians Licensing Board. All Master and Journeyman licensees must have taken a 2017 Code Class by January 1, 2018 to continue to have a valid NH license.

*New Hampshire has reciprocal arrangements with Maine, Massachusetts and Vermont. They have reciprocal agreements for Journeyman licensees only with: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Maine, North Dakota, Utah, South Dakota and Wyoming.

State of New Hampshire Electrician’s Board

New Jersey

New Jersey is currently using the 2014 NEC® and requires 34 hours of continuing education every 3 years with at least 9 hours on the current code and 1 hour on state laws. Classroom attendance is required and the hours are not intended to be achieved all in one workshop (so plan ahead).

JCR Productions is an approved provider in the State of New Jersey and all of our in-class workshops have been approved.

*New Jersey does not have reciprocity with any other state.

NJ Division of Consumer Affairs: Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors Website

New Mexico

New Mexico is currently using the 2017 NEC® and requires 16 hours of continuing education every 3 years. At least 8 of those hours must be on the current code change. Both classroom and online courses are accepted.

JCR Productions is currently seeking approval for workshops and online course content with New Mexico. Please call our office for our current status.

*New Mexico has reciprocity arrangements with the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, Texas and Wyoming.

New Mexico Regulation Licensing Department, Construction Manufactured Housing: Electrical Bureau Website

New York

New York is currently using the 2014 NEC® and does not require continuing education nor do they issue licenses at the state level. Individual jurisdictions (including NYC) may have license requirements and training which is usually acquired at a government location.

*New York does not have reciprocal arrangements with any other states.

Division of Building Standards and Codes (BSC) Website

North Carolina

North Carolina is currently using the 2017 NEC®.

NC requires 8 hours of continuing education is required annually (4 hours for low-voltage and some speciality licenses) with at least half of the CE hours being obtained in a workshop/classroom setting. Licensed electricians may bank up to 24 hours of CE credit. All JCR Productions, Inc. workshops are approved in NC.

*NC has reciprocal licensing agreements with Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and now Tennessee.

North Dakota

North Dakota is currently using the 2017 NEC® and requires 8 hours of continuing education each year on the current code. Classroom and online course are accepted. Online courses must include a segment on ND laws, rules and wiring standards with a question/answer section. JCR Productions is not an approved provider in North Dakota.

ND has reciprocal arrangements with the following states –

Master: Minnesota, South Dakota

Journeyman: Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Utah, South Dakota and Wyoming

*ND State Electrical Board Website

Ohio

Ohio is currently using the 2017 NEC® for commercial and 2014 NEC® for residential. Ohio requires 8 hours of continuing education every year with at least 5 being on the code. However, if you have renewed your license late in the past or have any other issue with the board, you may need to have 10 CEUs to renew your license. We always recommend checking with the board before committing to an 8 CEU workshop first. Ohio accepts continuing education which has been conducted in a classroom setting only and all of JCR’s workshops have been approved for the state of Ohio.

*Ohio has reciprocal arrangements with Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia.

Ohio Department of Commerce website

Oklahoma

Oklahoma is currently on the 2014 NEC® and requires 6 hours of continuing education every 3 years on Code Change. Classroom, correspondence and online courses are all accepted. JCR Productions is an approved provider for Oklahoma for the 8 CEU Review & Renew including 2017 NEC® Changes and the Detailed NEC® Workshop (both days).

*Oklahoma has reciprocal arrangements with the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Texas and Wyoming.

Oklahoma Uniform Building Code Commission Website

Oregon

Oregon is currently using the 2017 NEC® and requires between 4 to 24 hours of continuing education depending on the level of licensing with at least half of the CEUs must be on the current code/code change. Both classroom and online courses are accepted.

JCR Productions is not currently an approved CE Provider in the state of Oregon.

*Oregon has reciprocal arrangements with the following states:

  • Masters: Arkansas & Utah
  • Journeyman: Arkansas, Idaho, Maine, Montana, Utah & Wyoming

Building Codes Division Website

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is currently using the 2014 NEC® and may require 15 to 45 credit hours every recertification period depending on level of license held. A third of all continuing education credits must be directly related to code certification categories. One credit is given per hour of instruction. Individuals provide their own documentation of continuing education for license renewal. JCR Productions, Inc. is listed as an approved provider of continuing education for the State of Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry: Uniform Construction Code Website

Rhode Island

Rhode Island is current using the 2014 NEC® and requires 15 hours of continuing education every 3 years. Continuing education courses must be led by a Rhode Island licensed electrician in a classroom setting. JCR Productions in not an approved provider in the state of Rhode Island.

*Rhode Island does not have reciprocity with any additional states.

Building Code Commission – Contractors’ Registration Board Website

South Carolina

South Carolina is using the 2014 NEC® and does not require continuing education credits at this time.

*SC has reciprocity agreements with the following states: Alabama; Georgia; Mississippi; North Carolina; Ohio; Reading, Pennsylvania; Tennessee; and Texas. Contact the board for specifics regarding which license level is acceptable with each state.

South Carolina Building Codes Council Website

South Dakota

South Dakota is on the 2017 NEC® and requires 16 hours of continuing education every 2 years with half of the CEUs being completed in a classroom setting. The other half may be completed online or through a correspondence course, or also in a classroom. JCR Productions, Inc. is an approved CE provider in South Dakota with all of our classes being approved. After taking a class, you are provided an online course for an additional 4 to 8 hours of CE credit depending on your length of time in the workshop.

*SD has reciprocal arrangements with the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Wyoming. Check reciprocal arrangements for descriptions of acceptable licensing levels.

South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation Website

Tennessee

Tennessee is currently using the 2017 NEC®. No continuing education is required.

*TN has reciprocal arrangements with the following states: Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Ohio. Visit the Department of Commerce and Industry’s website to learn more about Tennessee’s reciprocity.

Limited Electricians Website

Contractors & Home Improvement Website

Texas

Texas is currently using the 2017 NEC® and requires 4 hours of continuing education (CE) every year. CE must include the current code, Texas Law and safety and online and classroom setting courses are accepted.

4 hours of Continuing Education must include:
• Current National Electrical Code
• Safety
• Texas Rules and Regulations
 

JCR Productions is an approved provider (#2117) for: 

  • Review and Renew including 2017 NEC® Changes (course #18595)
  • Applied for Detailed NEC® Workshop (course #18783)

Additional State Reporting includes a workshop (listed above) and a 30 minute online course on Texas rules and regulations. A certificate of completion is emailed upon the completion of both elements of the course.

Texas has reciprocity agreements with the following states:
Master Electrician – Louisiana (state contractors license) and North Carolina (master electrician or unlimited electrical contractor)
Journeyman Electrician – Arkansas, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Wyoming

TDLR: Electrical Licensing Website

Utah

Utah is currently using the 2017 NEC® Commercial and 2014 NEC® Residential. Utah requires 16 hours of continuing education (CE) every 2 years with at least 12 hours must be on the code. JCR Productions is an approved CEU provider for Utah with both online and classroom settings are accepted.

*Utah has reciprocal arrangements with the following states:

  • Master: Idaho, Oregon and Wyoming
  • Journeyman: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota and Wyoming

Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing: Electrical Website

Vermont

Vermont is currently using the 2017 NEC® and requires 15 hours of continuing education on current code updates every 3 years. Both online and classroom courses are accepted. JCR is not currently an approved provider in the state of Vermont.

*Vermont currently has reciprocity with Maine and New Hampshire for both Master and Journeyman licensees.

Vermont Dept of Public Safety – Division of Fire Safety Website

Virginia

Virginia adopted the 2014 NEC® and requires 3 hours of continuing education every two years for Journeyman and Master Electricians to cover any updates to the NEC®

All JCR Production’s Workshops are approved as meeting the 3 CEUs for Virginia including a 3 CEU timed online course.

*Virginia has reciprocity arrangements with Maryland and North Carolina.

Virginia Board for Contractors Website

Washington

Washington is currently using the 2017 NEC® and requires 24 hours of continuing education every 3 years. 8 hours must be on the current code and 4 hours must be on the state code with the rest being considered electives. Both classroom and online courses are accepted. JCR is not currently an approved provider in the state of Washington.

*Washington State does not have reciprocity with any additional states.

Labor and Industries Website

West Virginia

West Virginia is currently using 2014 NEC® Code and has no continuing education requirements.

*West Virginia has reciprocity arrangements with the following states:

  • Virginia – Master and Journeyman Classifications
  • Ohio – Master Classification
  • North Carolina – Master Classification
  • Kentucky – Master and Journeyman Classifications
  • Maryland – Master Classification
  • WV Division of Labor, Contractor’s Board – Master Classification

WV Fire Commission – Office of the State Fire Marshal Website

Wisconsin

Wisconsin is currently on the 2017 NEC® and requires 24 hours of continuing education every license renewal period. JCR Productions is an approved provider for continuing education in Wisconsin with all 8+ hour workshops and online courses being approved.

*There are currently no reciprocal arrangements with any additional state(s).

State of Wisconsin Dept of Safety and Professional Services Website

Wyoming

Wyoming is currently on the 2017 NEC® and requires 16 hours of continuing education every 3 years with at least 8 of the CE hours being on the most updated code. JCR Productions in an approved provider for Wyoming.

*Wyoming has reciprocal arrangements for Journeyman licenses with Alaska, North Dakota and Oklahoma.

Wyoming Department of Fire Prevention and Electrical Safety Website

“I have to say, Jeff, throughout my entire apprenticeship and journeyman education, I have never been taught the Code like JCR teaches it. It was eye opening. Your methods should be standard throughout the electrical community. If I had been taught the Code like that from the beginning, I would have understood its purpose a great deal more.”

J. Mitchel

“You are a Master Teacher. I learned how your materials really work. With your test I scored 86% and on the State test I scored 86%. Your Electrical Code Workshop material is like a short NEC book, and your 500 Sample Examination Question are a special value. They really work!”

O. Gavrilovic

Advocacy Groups

Electrical Safety Foundation International: non-profit raising awareness of electrical safety

Independent Electrical Contractors: provides information for running your electrical business; has an apprentice program

Institute of Electrical and Electrical Engineers: reports on important developments in technology and engineering

International Association of Electrical Inspectors: has information for people serving as an electrical inspector

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers: labor union for electrical professionals

National Electrical Manufacturer’s Association: the association of electrical equipment and medical imaging manufacturers

Underwriters Laboratories: global independent safety science company

“You can count me as another satisfied customer. I took your class in Raleigh back in April and took and passed my exam yesterday. Your class and practice tests you sold were invaluable. When you and your wife said my score would be within 3 points of the practice tests I was a little skeptical. Now I am a true believer.

My average score on your tests was 84, and I scored an 84 on my final exam. I honestly never thought I would be able to pass my exam the first time taking it, and I don’t think I would have had it not been for your class and study guide. Thank you Thank you Thank you!”

Brandon

Tool Time Electric Co. Inc.