Who is the governing agency?
St. Paul, MN 55155
Minnesota law does not require locksmiths to be licensed or bonded. Some municipalities require that a locksmith be certified before doing business in a community. To be certified, a locksmith may be required to complete certain limited training programs on installation and other locksmith skills.
What are the initial requirements for Electrical Contractors and Personal Power Limited Technicians?
Chapter 1315 of the State Building Code adopts a national standard for the installation of electrical wiring, apparatus and equipment for electric light, heat, power, technology circuits and systems, and alarm and communication systems. Minnesota’s electrical code consists of the National Electrical Code (NEC) as published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). We license electrical contractors, electricians and installers and register unlicensed individuals.
Please refer to the State’s website regarding your specific licensing requirements.
What are the continuing education requirements for Electrical Contractors and Personal Power Limited Technicians?
Applicants for renewal will need from two to sixteen hours of continuing education coursework every twenty four months. Hours required and the breakdown of required coursework is dependent on the type of license held.
- Minimum required hours focus on National Electrical Code.
- Maximum hours for credit focus on statutes and rules governing electrical installations, Minnesota electrical licensing laws and rules, and technical topics related to electrical installations and equipment.
Please refer to the State’s website regarding your specific renewal requirements.
What Elite CEU courses are approved for State credit?
All Elite CEU license specific coursework is approved by NICET for the renewal of NICET Certifications. To update your NICET Certification, review our Fire Systems Category or Industry Code Category for applicable coursework. Remember, this is not a State specific Certification, and our coursework is approved across State lines. For up to date information and requirements for your Certification renewal, you can visit the NICET website here.
Elite CEU courses are not approved for State required CEs.
All Elite CEU Inc. courses and Certifications are available for General Education.