Continuing Education Information for Providers

  • Continuing Education or Basic Trainee Classroom courses are required for individuals in the electrical industry to maintain their certification.
  • Course providers are required to submit course information and instructor qualifications to the department for approval. What is the difference between Continuing Education and Basic Trainee Classroom Instruction?
    • Continuing education courses can be credited to electricians, master electricians and administrators.
    • Basic Trainee Classroom courses are the only types of course that can be credited to an electrical trainee to meet renewal requirements and educational requirement for electrical examination approval. These types of courses are restricted to the classroom based environment. Electricians, administrators and master electricians who take these types of courses will be credited as industry related instruction.
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  • Instructions on the use of the TERRS system and its recent updates. (1.4 MB PDF / 2.3 min)
  • Complete information regarding continuing education and basic classroom instruction courses for the electrical trade can be found within the Washington Administrative Code 296-46B-970 .
  • Washington Administrative Code 296-46B-970 rule regarding Electrical Continuing Education.

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