Per the State of Utah these are the requirements to renew your license for the 2022 renewal cycle.
R156-55B-304 Continuing Education – Standards
(1) Required hours. Pursuant to Sections 58-55-302.7 and 58-55-303, each licensee shall complete at least 16 hours of continuing education during each two year license term. At least 12 hours shall be core education and the remaining 4 hours may be professional or core education.
(2) “Core continuing education” is defined as eight hours of education covering the National Electrical Code as adopted or proposed for adoption, and four hours of education covering the National Fire Protection Association 70E (NFPA70E)
What classes to take?
1- Must take 4 hours of NFPA70E
2- The other 12 hours can be any continuing education class listed. The UETA only holds “Core continuing education” classes. There are no professional classes available.
3- Verify your continuing education hours have been posted to the State of Utah database by visiting https://secure.utah.gov/ce-public/
IF you have questions regarding continuing education or the renewal process, please call the office and talk to Michael Lanoue, Training Director (801) 975-1945
1- Licenses expire on November 30 of even years.
2- At least 60 days prior to the expiration date of a license, DOPL will mail a renewal notice to the licensee’s address of record as provided to DOPL by the individual licensee. (Failure to notify DOPL of an address change could prevent a licensee from timely receiving renewal notification and other important correspondence from DOPL.)
3- Renewal Fees — $69
Click here to find the State of Utah Manual Forms
If your legal name has changed, you must verify the change by submitting a copy of a marriage certificate, divorce decree, court order, driver’s license, or social security card to the Division. If you desire a reprint of your license reflecting the name change, you must also submit a $10 reprint fee with the request.
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