3 Steps to Renew My Alabama Electrical License
Step 1 – When Does My Alabama Electrical License Expire:
The expiration date for your Alabama electrical license can vary. Electrical licenses in Alabama expire every two years on one of the following days:
- March 30th
- June 30th
- September 30th
- December 30th
You must renew your Alabama electrical license before your assigned expiration date. If you are unsure of your expiration date you can click here to search with your license number and find out your exact Alabama electrical license expiration date.
Step 2 – Complete My Electrical Continuing Education:
Alabama electricians are required to complete 14 hours of continuing education in order to renew their electrical license.
7 of your electrical continuing education hours must be on NEC/NFPA courses. We recommend starting your electrical continuing education early! JADE Learning
offers online courses that enable you to meet your continuing education requirements for only $150. JADE Learning is approved by the Alabama Board of Electrical Contractors and trusted provider #CEP002. Our courses are taught by licensed electricians and NEC code experts with decades of electrical experience! Once your courses are completed and paid, you’ll receive your completion certificate in PDF format in a confirmation email.
Step 3 – Renew My Alabama Electrical License:
Lastly, you will need to complete your license renewal application
and pay your electrical license renewal fee
with the Alabama Electrical Contractors Board. Please be sure to start your electrical continuing education early and submit your renewal application on time to avoid any additional late fees or fines. You cannot work if you do not renew your Alabama electrical license. If you renew your Alabama electrical license after your assigned deadline you will be charged a late ranging from $15-$50.
Click here to start to Renew My Alabama Electrical License with JADE Learning!