Electrical Training Center
65 Elm St
Copiague, NY 11726
Phone: 631 226-8021
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All classes provided in English
All classes held at 65 Elm Street Copiague, NY 11726
Instructor: Monday / Wednesday Sessions: Thomas Terino / John Cangemi
Instructor: Saturday Sessions: John Cangemi / Thomas Terino
(Limited Seats Available Per date If Full Please Select Other Date)
New York City 8 Hour Master Electrician License Renewal
Purpose: This course is a requirement for all Master and Special Electricians to maintain his/her license to work in New York City.
Duration: 8 hours per year; 24 hours of instructional time over a three year Electrical Code cycle, excluding breaks & meals
NYC Requirement: To renew a NYC Master or Special Electrical License or maintain current under a deactivated license, the applicant must complete this course and submit a certificate of completion to the Licensing Unit as mandated by NYC Administrative Code 27-3015, 1 RCNY §104-06 Continuing Education &§105-03 Department Approved Courses.
Subchapter D of Chapter 100 of Title 1 of the Rules of the City of New York are amended to
read as follows:
(3) Electrician (Master/Special). Beginning January 1, 2016, during the one (1) year immediately prior to renewal, the licensee must have successfully completed a course approved by the Department of at least eight (8) hours, at least four (4) hours of which must focus on the New York City Electrical Code and other requirements pursuant
to section 105-03 of subchapter E of this chapter. The Department will accept for each license year up to four (4) credit hours earned from an electrical continuing education course offered in another jurisdiction as part of a licensed electrician renewal process in that jurisdiction, provided that the course is at least eight (8) credit hours per license year in that jurisdiction, the credits were earned during the three (3) years immediately prior to renewal and (i) the jurisdiction follows the National Electrical Code/NFPA 70;
(ii) the course provider is a certified provider within that jurisdiction; and
(iii) the course is taught by an instructor with experience in the electrical field who is certified as an electrical course provider in jurisdictions following the National Electrical Code/NFPA 70.
Credit hours earned in another jurisdiction will not count toward the at least four (4) hours that must focus on the New York City Electrical Code and other requirements
pursuant to section 105-03.
b. In the event the holder of a master electrician’s license is no longer engaged in a master electrician business or a special electrician is engaged during normal working hours in a business activity that does not involve the installation, alteration, or repair of electrical wiring for light, heat or power, then he or she shall so notify the department and submit his or her license and seal for deactivation provided that (i) such license and seal will be reinstated without examination if such application is made prior to the date on which it would have otherwise expired, or (ii) if application is made after such date a new license and seal will be issued, without written re-examination, after the submission of satisfactory evidence of continued competence in the electrical field and satisfaction of any applicable continuing education requirements during the period of deactivation; provided that at the time of the submission of the license for deactivation