NEC 2020 Code Changes Course Part 2


Number of Hours: 8

Course Offered Until: 02/20/2022

Course #: 16007

Approved for Utah Electricians

In order to renew your license, the Utah Department of Commerce Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing requires that you complete 16 hours of continuing education.  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-304 for details.

The renewal deadline in Utah is November 30th every two years.

This course #16007 has been approved by Utah State Electricians Board for 8 hours of core continuing education covering the 2020 NEC Code Changes.  You must complete a total of 16 hours continuing education.  The price includes a fee charged by the State for reporting your completion on one license.

This course contains segments of the 2020 Code and is not a substitute for the NEC 2020 Code Book.

Contractors (with license ending in 5501, 5551) are no longer approved to take continuing education outside of the state of Utah due to a new law, HB0193 Bill.

Course Topics:

  • Article 400 – 408

  • Article 422-424

  • Article 425-430

  • Article 700 – 702

  • Article 705-708

  • Article 720 – 727

  • Article 760

  • Article 800

For additional licensing requirements, please contact the state at:

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*You have up to 90 days to complete the course or until the expiration date of the course. The expiration date is listed in the course description and is set by the state licensing board.