Electrical Association Educational Offerings

About our Continuing Education:

  • Receive continuing education credit towards the renewal of licenses for Unlicensed workers, Master, Journeyman, Power Limited Technicians, and Maintenance Electricians.
  • Choose from over 40 topics including  a variety of NEC code, power limited, and safety topics, most of which are approved for continuing education in multiple states.
  • Curriculum content can be modified to fit the job scope of your work, so employees can easily apply what they have learned: NEC changes, residential wiring, commercial and industrial wiring, services, grounding and bonding, overcurrent protection, electrical safety, green energy, and business.
  • The Electrical Association will report your CE hours to the MN Department of Labor and Industry (as well as any of the below approved states that you request) A certificate of completion will be emailed to you within 10 days of completing the class.

Electrical Continuing Education Credits in Multiple States

The Electrical Association offers online and classroom electrical continuing education courses so that you can fulfill the electrical continuing education credits required by your state.
*It is the responsibility of each license holder to comply with each states regulation. Please go to your states website for more information. 


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Or call Erica at 763.497.1778 or email erica@pierreproductions.com to get signed up!


The Electrical Association's Education Mission Statement

The Electrical Association will educate electricians at all levels of the electrical industry from Apprentice to Master electricians, by providing rigorous curriculum and highly qualified instructors.  We will provide various curriculum delivery models to enable participants at all levels and diversity of students, to practice in the field in a competent and safe manner.  The Electrical Association's education department will provide curriculum and resources that enable students to achieve or maintain their electrical licensure.