Oregon Electrical Continuing Education Now Available Online

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Electricians now have convenient and affordable options to complete electrical continuing education required for license renewal. All courses with JADE Learning are board approved and come with a free trial.

The license renewal deadline for Journeyman and Limited Residential electricians in Oregon is October 1, 2012. Journeymen electricians need 24 hours of continuing education while Limited Residential electricians need 16 hours to meet renewal requirements. Electricians of can register at http://www.jade1.com and complete all their required courses for electrical license renewal online.

The package includes courses that meet the code change and code related hours required by the Oregon Building Codes Division. The total cost for the courses, certificates, and reporting service is only $250. Courses in the 2012 package include: Grounding and Bonding According to the 2011 NEC, Introduction to Photovoltaic Systems, 2011 NEC Changes Part 1, and NEC Changes Part 2. There are even more courses that an electrician can take to supplement continuing education hours needed for renewal that include: Commercial and Industrial Wiring, Commercial Blueprint Reading, Electrical Safety based on NFPA 70E, Installing Services, Overcurrent Protection, Residential Wiring, and Residential Electrical Inspections. Anyone can view Oregon electrical continuing education courses at http://www.Jade1.com and register for free or view a live demo. A number of courses are also approved in multiple states and may be reciprocated for electricians who are licensed in more than one state.

Online electrical continuing education courses are convenient because they are self-paced and can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection day or night. These secure and reliable online courses can fit an electrician’s busy schedule. “Online courses are good solution for those who can’t find the time for a classroom course or who need hours fast in order to meet the deadline”, notes David Burtt, JADE Learning President. Courses are affordable because they each come with a free trial and payment is only required after a course is passed. An electrician can take courses as many times as needed to pass and still pay only once. All courses are developed with NEC code consultants and former electrical inspectors. Electricians should choose a reliable online course provider that has National Electrical Code expert instructors on staff to answer questions during a course. An electrician should also choose a provider that has a secure online platform and offers courses that are approved by the Oregon Building Codes Division.

Since 1991, JADE Learning has been a national provider of electrical code and electrical safety continuing education. In Oregon, JADE Learning is a listed approved provider with approved course numbers 108, 104, 9908LR, and 9904 LR per OAR 918-035-0000 to 918-035-0080. Learn more about electrical continuing education and electrical license renewal requirements at http://www.Jade1.com.

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