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Complete Electrical Academy is an approved training school by the Arkansas Department of Labor and Licensing offering the online and in-class training listed below.

Electrical Contractor Training Requirements

Complete Electrical Academy is an approved training school by the Arkansas Department of Labor and Licensing offering the online and in-class training listed below.

Electrical Contractor Training Requirements

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Changes to National Electrical Code 2017 Edition
Online (8 hours)
$35
Required for: Journeyman & Master Electricians
(AR Course # 1592)

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• All courses available on-line
• Online exam proctoring available 24/7/365
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Call 1-800-775-8524 or use our contact form to Schedule In-Class Training

  Call 1-800-775-8524 or use our contact form to Schedule In-Class Training

Don't wait! Start training today!

  Call 1-800-775-8524 or Use Our Contact Form to Schedule In-Class Training

Don't wait! Start training today!

ADMINISTRATIVE RULE 010.13-019 CONTINUING EDUCATION   Back to top
(a) No journeyman electrician license or master electrician license shall be renewed unless the licensee completes at least eight (8) hours of continuing education for each National Electrical Code (NEC) cycle. Continuing education shall consist of classroom or other Board approved instruction relating specifically to the National Electrical Code. The NEC cycle shall begin on January 1 of each year of NEC publication.
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