3 Steps to Renew My Montana Electrical License

Step 1 – When Does My Montana Electrical License Expire: 

Montana electrical licenses will expire on July 15, 2018. To continue working under your Montana electrical license you must complete and application and continuing education courses. Renewal opens 60 days prior to the expiration date.

Step 2 – Complete My Electrical Continuing Education:

In order to renew your Montana electrical license you must complete 16 hours of continuing education courses before the July 15, 2018 expiration date.  A minimum of 8 hours must be on code update. We recommend starting on your electrical continuing education early!  JADE Learning offers online courses that enable you to meet your continuing education requirements for only $159.  JADE Learning is approved by the Montana State Electrical Board and a trusted provider since 2002. Our courses are taught by licensed electricians and NEC code experts! Once your courses are completed and paid, you’ll receive your completion certificates in PDF format in a confirmation email. JADE Learning electronically reports your hours the next business day and we’re happy to rush report if needed!

Step 3 – Renew My Montana Electrical License:

Lastly, you will need to complete your license renewal application and pay your electrical license renewal fee. Be sure to start your electrical continuing education early and submit your renewal application on time to avoid any late fees. You cannot work with an inactive Montana electrical license. Check the status of your Montana electrical license. Submit a license verification request by clicking here.

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