Here is what you need to know.
Electricians holding the Texas electrician license must renew their license every year. Currently, due to the pandemic, "TDLR licensees with a renewable license expiring on or after August 1, 2020 and before or on September 18, 2021 are considered to hold an emergency license valid for up to 120 days after their expiration date." (Per TDLR's website.)
But if your license is up for renewal after September 18, 2021, you should probably get it out of the way. If you can't remember when your license if up for renewal, search your date here.
To renew your license, you must take a 4 hour CEU course. There are a few places you can go to take your course. The great news is that you don't have to drive to a classroom to take the required Continuing Education Units.
With Jade Learning CEU provider #1020, you can choose from 6 courses you can do from home. These are great because you take the course at your own pace. The course is 100% online which you can access with your laptop, desktop, tablet, or even smartphone.
Some of these courses don't even require a test to complete. Here are the 6 courses you can take for your CEUs.
- 2020 NEC Changes, Safety, TX Laws
- Commercial & Industrial Wiring (2020 NEC), Safety, & TX Law
- Installing Photovoltaic Systems VIDEO (NO TEST)
- Residential Wiring (2020 NEC), Safety, & TX Law
- Installing Services (2020 NEC), Safety, & TX Law
- Service Calculations for Dwellings VIDEO (NO TEST)
Check out their website to find the one you want.
Once you complete your CEUs you can renew your license online here.