Florida CEU

Florida CEU

In the state of Florida, electrical contractors are required to obtain 14 hours of continuing education every 2 years.

CE hours must be earned in several different categories. Our courses meet the following DBPR requirements:

  • 7 hours must be technical/Code-related.
  • 1 hour must cover workers’ compensation.
  • 1 hour must cover workplace safety.
  • 1 hour must cover business practices.
  • 1 hour must cover Florida Rules and Law
  • 1 hour must cover Florida Building Codes Advanced module.
  • 2 hours are considered ‘general’ and can cover any of the topics listed above.

If your license was issued less than 12 months prior to August 31st of the renewal year, you do not owe any continuing education.

If your license was issued more than 1 year, but less than 2 years, prior to August 31st of the renewal year, you owe 7 hours of continuing education as follows:

  • 2 hours technical
  • 1 hour workers’ compensation
  • 1 hour workplace safety
  • 1 hour business practices
  • 1 hour false alarm prevention (For all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work)
  • 1 hour Laws and Rules

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