Connecticut Electrical Licensing
& Continuing Education Requirements
- must have held the respective journeyman license for a minimum of two (2) years prior to applying
- Completion of the apprenticeship program administered by the Connecticut Department of Labor, Apprentice Training Division
- Electrical Work Examining Board approval of documented equivalent experience and training, which include signed notarized statements from occupational related employers detailing dates and duties of employment, totaling a minimum of 8,000 hours and proof of equivalent trade-related education authored by a professional educator qualified to offer such analysis.
All electrical licenses expire annually on September 30th.
There are NO state continuing education requirements for electrical licenses in Connecticut. Please check with your county or local municipality for any requirements they may have.