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During the purchase process the discounted price for Online testing did not appear.
We have run into some problems associated with the Windows Vista and XP Operating Systems combined with Internet Explorer Version 7. Internet Explorer 7 since its inception has created a multitude of problems with little support from Microsoft. We recommend to people to replace the Internet Explorer Version 7 by either downloading Mozilla, a popular browser or download Internet Explorer Version 6 or the most recent version of Internet Explorer and start the purchase process over. Or, if you want to continue the test in your existing IE7 browser that does not produce the discount, then e-mail us so that we can issue a credit to your credit card.
The NEC test for Virginia meets the requirements of the Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation for the Commonwealth of Virginia. The test for VA is good for 3 credit hours, which satisfies the Virginia requirement of 3 credit hours during the two year term of the license. Hours can not be banked for Virginia licensing.What are the new continuing education requirements for the NCBEEC? While the requirement is still that each licensee must have 8 hours of continuing education, starting in July 1 2008 the new annual requirement is that 4 of the hours must be obtained from a classroom setting and the other 4 hours may be obtained by several means including tests (online and paper form). CECA presently offers testing in paper form and online form. CECA offers classroom sessions as well. Please check our Association web site at carolinaseca.org for updates on classroom sessions.
CECA also offers additional free classroom sessions to CECA Members. If you are interested in membership please either contact the CECA office or click here for the member application.
These courses are not sponsored by the NC Electrical Licensing Board or the Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation.