MDE200 2017 NEC 5 Hour Continuing Education



2017 NEC Changes MDE200
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No timer required
Fully narrated – sit back and relax while our system reads your course to you
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Certificate available immediately upon completion
The Maryland Board does not have a process in place for us to submit your completion – please submit your certificate to the Board when renewing
You have 365 days to access the course or up to the date upon which our course approval expires, whichever comes first
All reading material included with the course
2017 NEC book not required
Study your materials @ home to prep you for learning about the NEC changes
Licensed in multiple states? Free Multi-State course completion submission – contact us to learn how the process works.
Need Cecil County credit? Take MDE201. MDE200 is not yet approved for Cecil County.
Also approved for Caroline County – add MDE201 to cover the 10 hours of education required – all hours may be taken online for Caroline County
Also approved for Harford County – only 5 hours are allowed to be taken online
Also approved for Prince George’s County – add MDE2001 to cover the 10 hours of education required – all hours may be taken online for Prince George’s County

Approved by the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
Maryland electrical CE is due every 2 years
Maryland Electricians need 10 credit hours
Only 5 credit hours may be taken online – the remaining hours must be in a classroom