We will soon begin hosting Journeyman Prep and Continuing Education classes on campus. As a precaution, all classes will be limited to ten (10) participants. Each attendee is expected to wear a face mask for the duration of the class as a safety precaution, and we ask that if you are exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, you stay home and either attend online or reschedule.
Theory & Calculations: Saturday July 25 (Full)
Code Changes: August 2020 (Full)
Grounding & Bonding: August 2020
To add your name to the wait list, please call the school (719-596-3688) and specify which course you would like.
We will accommodate as demand allows.
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Courses to choose from:
2020 Colorado Online CEU Course Package 1 (Code Changes, Theory & Calculations) – 24 hours
2020 Colorado Online CEU Course Package 2 (Code Changes, Bonding and Grounding) – 24 hours
2020 NEC Changes Part 1 and Part 2 Articles 90 – 805 – 16 hours
2020 Bonding and Grounding – 8 hours
2020 NEC Changes Part 1 Articles 90 – 314 – 8 hours
2020 NEC Changes Part 2 Articles 400 – 805 – 8 hours
Electrical Theory Review – 8 hours
Colorado Electrical Continuing Education Required: Before renewing in September 2020, all licensed electricians must complete 24 hours of continuing education. Pursuant to Board Rules 11.3.4 and 11.3.5, continuing education hours must be selected from among the Core Competencies below in any combination, except that a minimum of four (4) continuing education hours must be related to National Electrical Code changes.
Grounding and Bonding
National Electrical Code changes (four hours minimum required)
Theory and calculations
Safety related to the electrical industry (four hours maximum)