Berg Employees – Complete your California 32 Hour Continuing Education requirements – Online!
Complete Your California continuing education requirements conveniently, efficiently, and online! Log into our virtual study center from any device connected to the internet, select the hours you want to complete from over eighty hours of available curriculum. Once you have completed 32 hrs total, you are done!
The certification exam is currently harder to pass than ever before. DO NOT LET YOUR CERTIFICATION CARD EXPIRE!
32 Hr CONTINUING EDUCATION available online, from any device with Internet Access
- Electrical Safety
- Lock Out Tag Out
- Sexual Harassment
Fulfills new California requirement for sexual harassment training
- Basic Electrical Theory
- Ohms Law Revisited
- Basic AC Theory
- Basic DC Theory
- AC Motors
- DC Motors
- Solar Power Systems
- Label Systems & Schematic Reading
- Test Equipment
- Fire Alarm Systems.
- 2017 NEC Code Updates
- California Title 24 – Electrical
Five Reasons to choose TLC for your CA State Approved 32 Hr Continuing Education.
- It’s Educational: TLC’s online 32-hour Continuing Education program helps to educate California Electricians more effectively! With courses including 2017 NEC Updates, California Title 24, Electrical Safety, Test Equipment, Lock-Out-Tag-Out, and more, ECC teaches the skills every Electrician should know.
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- It’s Online: Complete the Continuing Education requirement on your schedule! Lessons are available 24/7 anywhere you have Internet access.
- Fulfills CA Continuing Education Requirements: We were the first 32 Hour ONLINE continuing education school in California approved by the DAS.
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QUESTION: Who is required to have a California certified electrician license.?
ANSWER: Any electrician working for a C10 Electrical contractor who uses the tools and makes a connection of 100 volt-amps or higher must be certified.
Rules for who is required to be certified are found in Labor Code section 108.2 (b), Labor Code section 108 (c)
QUESTION: I am a C-10 Contractor, do I have to be certified?
ANSWER: No, and Yes.
No, you do not need to be certified if you are a sole owner and hold the C10 license under your name, and you are performing the work directly under that license.
Yes, you must be certified if you work for another C-10 contractor and are working and paid as an employee.
For example, if you are paid to your social security number vs. being paid to your contractor’s license number, you must also be certified.
QUESTION: What are the qualifications required for taking the exam?
ANSWER: You must have either;
– ONE: Full-length formal apprenticeship training OR
– TWO: On the job experience.
ONE: Full-length formal apprenticeship training OR
TWO: On the job experience.
See CCR Title 8 Regulations § 291.1 Eligibility for Certification. for complete details
ONE: APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING: You must have completed a formal apprenticeship program approved by the California Apprenticeship Council, the federal Bureau of Apprenticeship Training, or an approved State apprenticeship council authorized by the federal Bureau of Apprenticeship Training, in the classification for which certification is sought.
TWO: ON THE JOB EXPERIENCE:
- General Electricians: “The master license,” must have over 8000 Hrs (4 yrs) of work experience with a C10 contractor maintaining, installing, or constructing residential and commercial or industrial electrical systems covered by the NEC.
“Anyone holding general electrician certification can perform work as a General Electrician; Residential Electrician; Voice Data Video Technician; or Non-Residential Lighting Technician.”
- Residential Electricians: Must have 4800 Hrs (2+ yrs) of work experience with a C10 contractor maintaining, installing, or constructing residential electrical systems covered by the NEC.
- Fire Life Safety Technician; Must have 4000 Hrs (2 yrs) of work experience with a C10 contractor maintaining, installing, or constructing residential electrical systems as covered by Article 760 of the NEC. Additionally, you must have NICET certification in fire alarm systems at Level II or above.
QUESTION: How do I sign up for the exam?
ANSWER: A third-party testing center, PSI administers the exam. You can contact PSI to schedule your exam at (800) 733-9267 4:30 am to 7 pm Mon-Fri or between 6: am to 2:30 pm Saturday, (Pacific Time)
QUESTION: Why should someone study this course if the certification exam is an open-book test?
ANSWER: The electrical certification test is a very challenging exam and usually requires a month or more of preparation to pass. Every contractor we have interviewed, holding both a C-10 license and the Electrical Certification card, said passing their C10 Contractors exam was easy compared to passing their California Electrical Certification exam.
The 2014 NEC is a large and complex publication containing over 1000 pages of code. It is challenging to locate each correct article and answer in the time allowed during the exam without thorough preparation.
Our course is designed to familiarize you with the 2014 NEC. You will know precisely how to find the correct answers in the code.
We prepare you to successfully pass your exam by providing extensive knowledge of the structure of the code and by thoroughly covering each subject appearing on your CA Electrical Certification Exam.
QUESTION: Why is a copy of the 2014 NEC required by this course?
ANSWER: The California Electrical Certification Exam is based on the 2014 NEC. This course is an excellent study companion to the 2014 NEC. This course makes frequent references to code sections and guides you through the exam topics.
The Ca Electrical Certification Exam is an open-book code exam. To pass, you must continuously reference the 2014 National Electrical Code.
The following codebooks are provided to you by the testing center.
- The NFPA 70 – National Electrical Code, 2014 Edition.
- the NFPA 70E – Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace
- the CAL/OSHA – Pocket Guide for the Construction Industry, updated 2015
QUESTION: How do I apply to take the exam?
ANSWER: You are required to fill out and submit the Application for Electrician Examination & Certification. Please print and fill it out as accurately as possible. Your signature is proof that all listed hours of experience are as accurate as possible.
You are also required to provide a copy of the SSA Form 7050 Employment History Report with your application.
“NOTE: Do not order this report online. It can take up to 6 months for you to receive it. Instead, walk into your local Social Security office and pick it up in person over the counter.”
QUESTION: Where do I go to take my exam?
ANSWER: A PSI testing center. PSI maintains 22 testing locations across California. Additionally, out of state testing locations are available in Oregon and Nevada.
To see a complete listing of all PSI locations reference pages 2-4 of the Electrical Certification Candidate Information Bulletin (CIB)