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Ohio Construction Industry Licensing Board Continuing Education Requirements for Ohio

Effective July 1st, 2005
Electrical Contractors must take 10 hours of continuing education units (CEU's).

REQUIREMENTS:
5 hours must be National Electrical Code (NEC).
5 hours can be any other approved course including NEC code, such as sales, marketing and other classes provided by Electrical Enlightenment, Inc.
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Maximum class time is 10 hours in one day.
CEU hours earned cannot be carried over year to year.
There is no grace period for CEU's.
Annual renewal fee costs $60.00. You must submit an insurance certificate for $500,000.00 General Liability plus application based on date of license.
*This is your responsibility.

DISPLAY OF LICENSE
License must be displayed in a prominent location at all job sites.
License must be displayed on two (2) sides of work vehicles and must be 2 inch letter size. Displayed as: ‘OH License # __________'.
License numbers must be displayed on advertisements and business documents i.e.: Business cards, contracts, advertisements, yellow page ads. This requirement does not include pencils, pens, t-shirts or hats.

INACTIVE LICENSE (ESCROW) RESPONSIBILITIES
Must be in good standing when active.
Must file application for inactive status.
You may not engage in any activity that requires a state license.
You must renew your license every year.
Insurance is NOT needed.
CEU's are NOT needed.

TO REACTIVATE LICENSE
Submit a certificate of insurance to state. Minimum liability $500,000.00
Submit 30 hours of CEU's.
RECIPROCITY – YES
Who? – Kentucky & West Virginia
How? – Apply > pay fee > get licensed.
You must maintain these licenses just like your OCILB license.
Drop it > Forget it > You must TEST.

MAINTAIN YOUR LICENSES!
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