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 Florida Electrician License School  CE  $40  3 hours- Grounding and Bonding
NFPA 70E (Technical)                                                          4.0  $45.00  Demo     Electrical Fundamentals (Technical)                                   4.0  $40.00  Demo     NEC 2008 Code Update (Online)(Technical)                         4.0  $30.00  Demo
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          Florida Electrician License School Online     
Continuing Education Certification

                                                  Courses are fully accredited by the Florida 
                                                DBPR Provider Approval Number #3625.
Florida 14 hr Electrician CE Package      
Florida 14 hr Electrician CE Package 
(Includes OSHA 10 hr Construction Outreach DOL Card!)    

NFPA 70E (Technical)                                                                                  
Electrical Fundamentals (Technical)                                                          
NEC 2008 Code Update (Online)(Technical)                                              
Florida Workers' Compensation Law (Compensation)               
Hazards of Asbestos in the Workplace (Technical)                   
Electrical Safety (Safety)                                                          
Business Writing (Business Practice)                                          
General Safety- Introduction to OSHA and the OSH 
Act: Basic (Safety)                                                                     
OSHA- General Safety and Health Provisions (Safety)               
Lockout/Tagout (Technical)                                                      
Stairways & Ladders (Safety)                                                    
Personal Protective Equipment (Safety)                              










NFPA 70E (Technical)  4 Hours $45.00
CATEGORY: General Industry
COURSE DESCRIPTION: 
Electrical power is a dangerous force that requires proper understanding in the workplace. This course defines the requirements for work practices that workers should use to avoid injury from a release of electrical energy when performing tasks involving electrical power. The specific information in this course enables the student to prevent or minimize exposure to all widely recognized electrical hazards as well as to better understand the importance of the relationship between OSHA and NFPA 70E. 








Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation (DPBR)

Electrical Contractors' Licensing Board
http://www.myflorida.com/dbpr/pro/elboard/index.html


FLORIDA 
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  • All state certified and registered electrician contractors require 14 hours of continuing 
  • education every 2 years consisting of: 
  • 1hr. Advanced Module Florida Building Code -
  • 1hr. Business Practice -1hr. Workplace Safety -
  • 1hr. Workers Comp. -
  • 7hrs. Technical -
  • 3hrs. General Safety-
  • Industry Related *Alarm Contractors must take 2hrs. of false alarm prevention.
  •  Next deadline is August 31, 2008. 


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Continuing Education Requirement
14 hours of board approved continuing education is required each biennium prior to the renewal period for both certified and registered contractors; at least
  •  7 hours of which are on technical subjects;
  •  1 hour on workers’ compensation; 
  •  1 hour on workplace safety; 
  •  1 hour on business practices and
  •  1 hour of advanced course.
Multiple license holders are required to complete the continuing education requirements only once each biennium. Contractors who are engaged in alarm system contracting must take a 2 hour false alarm prevention course as a part of their continuing education.

Information for Licensees
Biennial License Renewal Fee
Specialty Electrical Contractors - Certified = $255
Specialty Electrical Contractors - Registered = $105

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NFPA 70E (Technical)  

CATEGORY: General Industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 
Electrical power is a dangerous force that requires proper understanding in the workplace. This course defines the requirements for work practices that workers should use to avoid injury from a release of electrical energy when performing tasks involving electrical power. The specific information in this course enables the student to prevent or minimize exposure to all widely recognized electrical hazards as well as to better understand the importance of the relationship between OSHA and NFPA 70E.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Understanding standards for electrical safety 
  • Understand the relationship between OSHA and NFPA 70E 
  • Understand ARC ratings 
  • Creating safe working conditions 
  • Understanding electrical shock hazards 
  • Understand transformers ad circuit breakers 
  • Executing a lockout/tagout 
  • Understanding hazards of live parts 
  • General standards on personal protective equipment 

TOPICS COVERED: 

  • Introduction to NFPA 70E 
  • Safety Related Work Practices 
  • General Requirements for Electrical Safety Related Work Practices 
  • Electrical Safety Program 
  • Transformer Current Ratings 
  • Energized Electrical Work Permits 
  • Lockout/ Tagout 
  • Working On or Near Live Parts 
  • Alternative Methods of Determining Arc Flash FR Clothing and PPE 
  • General NFPA 70E standards pertaining to Personal and other Protective Equipment 

SEAT TIME:
This course has been approved for 4 hours. 

TESTING: 
All module quizzes require a 70% score to proceed forward in the course. The final exam must be passed with a 70% to receive a certificate of completion. 

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License Information
Definition of Occupation and Class Codes

License Categories:
Specialty Electrical Contractors
  •  Electrical Contractor
  •  Alarm Contractor I and II
  •  Lighting Maintenance Specialty
  •  Sign Specialty
  •  Residential
  •  Limited Energy
  •  Utility Line

Licenses may be issued by registration or certification:
Registration – The applicant has taken and passed a local competency examination and can practice only within that locale.
Certification – The applicant has taken and passed the State Licensing examination and can practice throughout the State of Florida.

Methods of Licensure:
By Endorsement - Yes
By Examination - Yes
By Reciprocity - No
Business Entity - No

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Definitions including the occupation codes and class codes, where applicable.

EC - An "electrical contractor" means a person who conducts business in the electrical trade field and who has the experience and knowledge install, repair, alter, add to, or design electrical wiring, fixtures, appliances, apparatus, raceways, and conduit, including the electrical installations and systems within plants and substations and ALL alarm systems and specialty categories. 

EF - An "alarm system contractor I" means an alarm system contractor whose business includes all types of alarm systems for all purposes. 

EG - An "alarm system contractor II" means an alarm system contractor whose business includes all types of alarm systems other than fire, for all purposes. 

EY (EH)* - A "registered alarm system contractor I" means an alarm system contractor whose business includes all types of alarm systems for all purposes. A registered "alarm system contractor I" may contract only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued. 
*EY and EZ are the alpha letters currently being used. No new licenses are issued with EH and EI, however old licenses with these designation can be renewed. 

EZ (EI)* - A "registered alarm system contractor II" means an alarm system contractor whose business includes all types of alarm systems, other than fire, for all purposes. A "registered alarm system contractor II" may contract only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued. 
*EY and EZ are the alpha letters currently being used. No new licenses are issued with EH and EI, however old licenses with these designations can be renewed. 

EJ - A "registered residential alarm system contractor" means an alarm system contractor whose business is limited to burglar alarm systems in single-family residential, quadruplex housing, and mobile homes of a residential occupancy class. A "registered residential alarm system contractor" may contract only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued.

ER - A "registered electrical contractor" means an electrical contractor who has registered with the department pursuant to fulfilling the competency requirements in the jurisdiction for which the registration is issued. A "registered electrical contractor" may contract for electrical systems, including all specialty categories, only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued. A "registered electrical contractor" MAY NOT contract for any alarm system. 

ES - A "specialty contractor" means a contractor whose scope of practice is limited to a specific segment of electrical or alarm system contracting, including, but not limited to: elevator specialist (class code 066), utility line electrical specialist (class code 068), low voltage system specialist (class code 069), residential electrical contracting (class code 043), maintenance of electrical fixtures (class code 065), and fabrication, erection, installation, and maintenance of electrical advertising signs (class code 067). 

ET - A "registered electrical specialty contractor" elevator specialist (class code 066), utility line electrical specialist (class code 068), low voltage system specialist (class code 069), residential electrical contracting (class code 043), maintenance of electrical fixtures (class code 065), and fabrication, erection, installation, and maintenance of electrical advertising signs (class code 067). A "registered electrical specialty contractor" may contract only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued.



General Terms

In general an "alarm system contractor" means a person whose business includes the execution of contracts requiring the experience and skill to lay out, fabricate, install, maintain, alter, repair, monitor, inspect, replace, or service any electrical device, signaling device, or combination of electrical devices used to signal or detect a burglary, fire, robbery, or medical emergency. 

A "registered contractor" means any contractor who has registered with the department pursuant to fulfilling the competency requirements in the jurisdiction for which the registration is issued. Registered contractors may contract only in such jurisdictions.



 Florida Electrician License School  CE  
 state certified, registered electrician contractors, require 14 hours of continuing education every 2 years, 1hr. Advanced Module Florida Building Code , 1hr. Business Practice, 1hr. Workplace Safety, 1 hr  Workers Comp, 7 hrs Technical 
3 hours, General Safety
Electrician License School Online
Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation (DPBR) state certified, registered electrician contractors require 14 hours of continuing education every 2 years

Electrician License School Online
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