Hone your professional knowledge and electrical skills with continuing education units. Get the information you need to ensure that your electrical installations comply with the National Electrical Code. Learn from experts and get connected to advanced resources and training.
New technologies, specialized installation processes and crucial skills drive success in the electrical industry. Prepare now to take your career to the next level by ensuring your skills and knowledge provide your customers with cutting edge technology.
IECRM partners with leading training providers to enhance our offerings. United Academy features safety and equipment training for the construction industry, online or in-person. Mike Holt Enterprises provides self-paced online electrical CEUs available 24/7.
Through a four-year apprenticeship, a student can earn up to 44 college credits transferable to another community college in Colorado to count toward an Associate in Applied Science in an Applied Technology Degree, leaving only the general education courses to be completed. Due to the unique partnership between Emily Griffith Technical College and CSU Global, these credits can now be transferred toward a bachelor’s degree in any area of study offered through CSU Global. IECRM graduates who have earned up to 53 college credits may apply those credits to a CSU Global Bachelor’s degree of their choice.
IECRM’s Continuing Education Units are approved by the State Of Colorado and 3 reciprocal states’ licensure requirements.
Additionally, IECRM’s continuing education classes are accepted by the International Code Council (ICC) for CEU credit.
Have Specific Questions about CEU’s or License Renewal?
Please contact the Colorado Department of Regulatory Affairs (DORA) with your specific questions.
State-Approved Electrical CEUs
|Advanced Motor Control||16|
|Basic Motor Controls||16|
|Grounding & Bonding||8|
|Grounding & Bonding I||4|
|Grounding & Bonding II||4|
|NEC Changes I||4|
|NEC Changes II||4|
|NEC Tables and Calculations||8|
|NFPA 70E Safety Related to the Electrical Industry||4|
|RW, JW, and Master License Exam Preparation||20|
|Theory & Calculations – Basic Electrical Circuits||4|
|Theory & Calculations – Basics of Alternating Current||4|
|Theory & Calculations – Motors||4|
|Theory & Calculations – Transformers||4|
|Wiring Methods I – Conductor Sizing & Protection||4|
|Wiring Methods II||4|