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NEWS AND UPDATES
New process for reporting continuing education
Providers now report continuing education for licensees through a self-service online portal.
View a training video for this new process
View the eGov registration and data entry instructions
Continuing education is required to renew most licenses.
During each three-year license cycle, either 24, 16, eight, four, or zero hours of continuing education, depending on specialty (i.e. electrical, plumbing, or boiler and pressure vessel) is required. Continuing education classes can be taken any time during a renewal cycle.
Check your credits
Check your license record to identify the number of credits and type of credits you need to complete.
Find an approved course
Only credits from approved courses and providers can be applied to your license.
If you don't renew your license by the expiration date, your license will fall into the "expired-renewable" status. You are not eligible to work under your license until all the renewal requirements are met, including continuing education.
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