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Florida Contractor Requirements
(Electrical Contractors See Below)

  Florida Contractor Continuing Education statute 61G4-18:   Each person who is certified or registered by the board must, as a condition of each renewal of the certificate or registration, obtain at least 14 hours of continuing education in one or more courses from a continuing education provider approved by the board.   All registered contractors and all certified contractors are required to complete at least one hour of workplace safety, one hour of business practices, one hour of workers' compensation, one hour of advanced building code and one hour of laws & rules regulating the construction industry as part of the 14 hours of required continuing education for license renewal.  Contractors holding General, Building, Roofing, Residential, Specialty Structure, or Glass and Glazing licenses must also include one hour of Wind Mitigation methodologies as part of their 14 hour requirement (contractors that do not fall in the above categories may count wind mitigation methodogies courses towards general credit).

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Electrical Contractor Requirements

 

Electrical Contractor Continuing Education statute 61G6-9:   Each person who is certified or registered by the board must, as a condition of each renewal of the certificate or registration, obtain at least 14 hours of continuing education in one or more courses from a continuing education provider approved by the board.   All registered contractors and all certified contractors are required to complete at least one hour of workplace safety, one hour of business practices, one hour of workers' compensation, one hour of advanced building code and seven hours of technical subjects.  Contractors who are engaged in alarm system contracting, must take a two-hour False alarm prevention course, as a part of their Continuing Education.


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Pinellas County Specialty Contractor Requirements 

 

All licensed specialty contractors will be required to provide proof of fourteen (14) hours board-approved continuing education each biennium (odd numbered years) prior to the renewal of their license. "At least one hour must deal with workplace safety, one hour on the subject of worker's compensation, one hour on the subject of business practices, one hour of laws and rules and one hour of wind mitigation if the license is specialty structure or glass and glazing."  

Any course approved by the Construction Industry Licensing Board or the Electrical Construction Licensing Board for the education requirements for persons certified under Chapter 468, Part XII, Florida Statutes, shall be accepted for continuing education for renewal for persons who are certified under Part XII and who are certified or registered contractors under Chapter 489, Part I, Florida Statutes.

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