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UT Electrician 16 Hr. Continuing Education

The Utah Department of Commerce Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing requires that you complete 16 hours of continuing education. You are required to take at least 12 hours of core and the other 4 hours can be professional. This license must be renewed every two years, with the next renewal deadline being November 30, 2018.

This online Utah Electrician Continuing Education course covers the full 16 clock hours of state-approved continuing education

This self-paced course will illustrate and explain the code changes made in the NEC 2017 Code Update and will incorporate the related UTAH IRC Code Amendments to the NEC requirements.  This course will explain the "take away" from the code changes and revisions, including the instructors interpretations of the code articles and use of informational notes. 

Check out a complete list of the course details and benefits below.

Course Details & Benefits:

This course is approved by the Utah Department of Commerce Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing.

Course ID #13743

This course is comprised of 20 modules (twelve 1-hour Core Education modules and eight 30-min. Professional Education modules).

There are eight 5-question "no-fail" quizzes throughout the Core Education modules. After answering each quiz question, you have the option to "check" your answer immediately. If you answer the question incorrectly, you will be able to retry the answer right away. Once you answer all quiz questions correctly, you will be able to proceed to the next module.

Core Education - 12 Hours

Module 1 - Articles 100, 110 Definitions, Requirements for Electrical Installations

  • NEC Changes (1 hour)
  • 5 Question Review Quiz

Module 2 - Articles 200-285 Wiring and Protection Part I

  • NEC Changes (1 hour)

Module 3- Articles 200-285 Wiring and Protection Part II

  • NEC Changes (1 hour)
  • 5 Question Review Quiz

Module 4 - Articles 300 – 399 Wiring Methods and Materials

  • NEC Changes (1 hour)
  • 5 Question Review Quiz

Module 5 - Article 400 – 490 Equipment for General Use Part I

  • NEC Changes (1 hour)

Module 6 - Article 400 – 490 Equipment for General Use Part II

  • NEC Changes (1 hour)
  • 5 Question Review Quiz

Module 7 - Articles 500 – 590 Special Occupancies Part I

  • NEC Changes (1 hour)
  • 5 Question Review Quiz

Module 8 - Articles 500 – 590 Special Occupancies Part II

  • NEC Changes (1 hour)
  • 5 Question Review Quiz

Module 9 - Articles 600 – 695 Special Equipment Part I

  • NEC Changes (1 hour)

Module 10 - Articles 600 – 695 Special Equipment Part II

  • NEC Changes (1 hour)
  • 5 Question Review Quiz

Module 11 - Articles 700 – 770 Special Conditions

  • NEC Changes (1 hour)
  • 5 Question Review Quiz

Module 12 - Utah State Amendments

  • NEC Changes, Utah State Amendments (1 hour)
  • 5 Question Review Quiz

 

Professional Education - 4 hours

Modules 13 & 14 - Basic Project Management (1 Hour)

This section will cover the do’s and don’ts of constriction project management. To understand the role the project manager plays in the construction process it is helpful to first understand the definition of a project as it applies to the construction industry. The construction project is a very specific set of tasks, carried out in a sequential order and performed within a defined time period that result in achieving a one-time goal.

Modules 15 & 16 - Reading and Understanding Plans (1 Hour)

In this section we will cover how to read and understand construction and trade specific plans.Construction projects require a fluency in the language and symbols used on construction drawings. Most projects have working drawings. They are the graphic portion of the contract documents. The drawings illustrate the work to be done using symbols and graphic representations to convey intent. In this section we will examine how to understand plans, drawings and blueprints.

Modules 17 & 18 - Worker's Compensation, Basic Contract Content and Development (1 Hour)

This course will over important aspects of the construction process and ensuring that the insurance requirements mandated in the contract and by state and federal laws are satisfied.

Modules 19 & 20 - Safety Standards for the Construction Industry (1 Hour)

This section will highlight and cover Safety Standards for the Construction Industry including OSHA regulations on PPEs, safety lines, and fire safety.

Core Education

George C. Calabrese has over 25 years in the Electrical and Construction Industry, including retail, commercial, institutional, and industrial. Expertise includes, conceptual design and engineering, cost estimation, scheduling, field management, project management, safety oversight, quality control, method analysis, claim management, risk analysis, and litigation support.
 

Professional Education

Wayne J. Del Pico is president of W.J. Del Pico, Inc., where he provides construction management and litigation support services for construction-related matters. He provides services to law firms representing clients in construction matters ranging from delay claims to product failure.

Mr. Del Pico has more than 38 years of experience in construction project management, scheduling, and estimating, and has been involved in projects throughout most of the United States. His professional experience includes private commercial construction, public construction, retail construction, and residential land development and construction.

Mr. Del Pico holds a degree in civil engineering from Northeastern University in Boston, where he taught construction-related curricula in cost estimating, project management, and project scheduling from 1992 until 2006. He is also a member of the adjunct faculty at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, where he currently teaches programs in construction cost analysis, estimating, project control, and construction scheduling.

Mr. Del Pico has developed and presented a variety of state building code update and license renewal classes. Mr. Del Pico is a nationally recognized lecturer on construction related topics and is the author of Plan Reading and Material Takeoff (1994) and Estimating Building Costs, 1st & 2nd editions (2004 and 2011), Project Control; Integrating Cost and Schedule in Construction (2013), Electrical Estimating Methods, 4th Edition (2015), and is a coauthor of The Practice of Cost Segregation Analysis (2005), as well as numerous training and education programs and white papers.

His construction experience and knowledge of the industry qualified him to be the 2010 president of the Builders Association of Greater Boston. He is also a Neutral for the American Arbitration Association where he hears construction related disputes. For more information on Wayne J. Del Pico, please visit his website, www.wjdelpico.com.

Upon completion of the course, your certificate is immediately available for download. At Leisure Contractor Licensing will report your CE hours to the Utah Department of Commerce Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing.

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Some of our competitors only grant you 30 days access to your course. When you enroll in our continuing education courses, you gain more than enough time to complete your course (4 months, to be exact). However, should you need more time, we'll make it happen! Our world-class customer support team is standing by to ensure your experience is as positive as it can be.

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At Leisure Contractor Licensing brings to you a self-paced, relaxed, easy-to-navigate online alternative to the traditional classroom setting.  Authored by an electrical industry expert, our course brings all the benefits of the classroom setting directly to you in the comfort and leisure of your own home, workplace, or anywhere you have internet access.  The new age on continuing education is here, for you to complete at your leisure.

This course will illustrate and explain the code changes made in the NEC 2017 Code Update and will incorporate the related UTAH IRC Code Amendments to the NEC requirements. This course will explain the “take away” from the code changes and revisions, including the instructors interpretation of the code articles and use of informational notes.

Courses are not timestamped. Try us out, and if you are not satisfied with the experience, you will receive a full refund as long as you have not completed the course!

Resources:

An Electrician Licensee is obligated to complete sixteen hours of continuing education each licensing period.  Twelve hours must be "core" education and the remaining four can be "core" or "professional" related.  See Rule R156-55b-304for details.

Beginning December 1, 2010, all courses must be approved by DOPL to be acceptable. Electricians may view a list of courses that have been approved by DOPL at https://secure.utah.gov/ce-public.

In accordance with Utah Administrative Code R156-55b-304, during each two year license term, you must have completed 16 hours of continuing education course work, of which a minimum of 12 hours must be on the National Electrical Code.

At Leisure Contractor Licensing will electronically report continuing education credits to the Utah Department of Commerce Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing.

At least 60 days prior to the expiration date of a license, DOPL will mail a renewal notice to the licensee's address of record as provided to DOPL by the individual licensee. (Failure to notify DOPL of an address change could prevent a licensee from timely receiving renewal notification and other important correspondence from DOPL.)

The individual is responsible for renewing their license with the state once credits have been reported by the CE provider. You may verify your hours have been posted by visiting https://secure.utah.gov/ce-public/.

Licenses expire on November 30 of even years. To access the DOPL License Renewal System, visit https://secure.utah.gov/doplrenewal/doplrenewal.

 

NOTE: If you are applying for reinstatement or re-applying for a license you once had, you must use the manual application below.

Renewal/Reinstatement Form

Electrician Application

Apprentice Electrician Application