Electrical Contractors

Electrical Contractors

Ruthanne Christie, Executive Director

The Electrical Contractors’ Licensing Board is responsible for licensing and regulating electrical contractors. The board meets regularly to consider applications for licensure, to review disciplinary cases, and to conduct informal hearings relating to licensure and discipline. The board engages in rulemaking to implement the provisions set forth in its statutes and conducts other general business, as necessary.

Know Your Scope chart

List of Acceptable Credit Reporting Agencies

Endorsement List

Business Information

Getting Started In Electrical Contractors

General Terms
In general an “alarm system contractor” means a person whose business includes the execution of contracts requiring the experience and skill to lay out, fabricate, install, maintain, alter, repair, monitor, inspect, replace, or service any electrical device, signaling device or combination of electrical devices used to signal or detect a burglary, fire, robbery, or medical emergency.
A “registered contractor” means any contractor who has registered with the department pursuant to fulfilling the competency requirements in the jurisdiction for which the registration is issued. Registered contractors may contract only in such jurisdictions.

Electrical Contractor

EC – An “electrical contractor” means a person who conducts business in the electrical trade field and who has the experience and knowledge install, repair, alter, add to, or design electrical wiring, fixtures, appliances, apparatus, raceways, and conduit, including the electrical installations and systems within plants and substations and ALL alarm systems and specialty categories.

Alarm System Contractor I

EF – An “alarm system contractor I” means an alarm system contractor whose business includes all types of alarm systems for all purposes.

Alarm System Contractor II

EG – An “alarm system contractor II” means an alarm system contractor whose business includes all types of alarm systems other than fire, for all purposes.

Registered Alarm System Contractor I

EY (EH)* – A “registered alarm system contractor I” means an alarm system contractor whose business includes all types of alarm systems for all purposes. A registered “alarm system contractor I” may contract only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued. * EY and EZ are the alpha letters currently being used. No new licenses are issued with EH and EI, however old licenses with these designation can be renewed.

Registered Alarm System Contractor II

EZ (EI)* – A “registered alarm system contractor II” means an alarm system contractor whose business includes all types of alarm systems, other than fire, for all purposes. A “registered alarm system contractor II” may contract only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued. * EY and EZ are the alpha letters currently being used. No new licenses are issued with EH and EI, however old licenses with these designations can be renewed.

Registered Residential Alarm System Contractor

EJ – A “registered residential alarm system contractor” means an alarm system contractor whose business is limited to burglar alarm systems in single-family residential, quadruplex housing, and mobile homes of a residential occupancy class. A “registered residential alarm system contractor” may contract only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued.

Registered Electrical Contractor

ER – A “registered electrical contractor” means an electrical contractor who has registered with the department pursuant to fulfilling the competency requirements in the jurisdiction for which the registration is issued. A “registered electrical contractor” may contract for electrical systems, including all specialty categories, only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued. A “registered electrical contractor” MAY NOT contract for any alarm system.

Specialty Contractor

ES – A “specialty contractor” means a contractor whose scope of practice is limited to a specific segment of electrical or alarm system contracting, including, but not limited to: elevator specialist (class code 066), utility line electrical specialist (class code 068), low voltage system specialist (class code 069), residential electrical contracting (class code 043), maintenance of electrical fixtures (class code 065), and fabrication, erection, installation, and maintenance of electrical advertising signs (class code 067).

Registered Electrical Specialty Contractor

ET – A “registered electrical specialty contractor” elevator specialist (class code 066), utility line electrical specialist (class code 068), low voltage system specialist (class code 069), residential electrical contracting (class code 043), maintenance of electrical fixtures (class code 065), and fabrication, erection, installation, and maintenance of electrical advertising signs (class code 067). A “registered electrical specialty contractor” may contract only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued.

Certified Licenses
Certified licenses are statewide; a certified license allows you to work as a contractor anywhere in Florida. 

Electrical
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Examination (ECLB 8)  Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Examination Retake (ECLB 9) Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Initial (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Endorsement (ECLB 2)  Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Qualifying an Additional Business Entity (ECLB 4)  Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Initial – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Initial Inactive License – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Endorsement – for Military Veterans (ECLB 2-A) Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Professional Licensure for Military Personnel/Veterans/Military Spouses (MVL 003) Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Reactivate License (ECLB 4) Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Transfer to New Business (ECLB 4) Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Set License to Inactive (ECLB 6) Start Now
Alarm System I
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Examination (ECLB 8)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Examination Retake (ECLB 9)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Initial (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Qualifying an Additional Business Entity (ECLB 4)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Initial – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Initial Inactive License – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Professional Licensure for Military Personnel/Veterans/Military Spouses (MVL 003) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Transfer to New Business (ECLB 4) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Reactivate License (ECLB 4) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Set License to Inactive (ECLB 6) Start Now
Alarm System II
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Examination (ECLB 8)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Examination Retake (ECLB 9) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Initial (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Qualifying an Additional Business Entity (ECLB 4)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Initial – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Initial Inactive License – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Professional Licensure for Military Personnel/Veterans/Military Spouses (MVL 003) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Reactivate License (ECLB 4) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Transfer to New Business (ECLB 4) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Set License to Inactive (ECLB 6) Start Now
Specialty
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Examination (ECLB 8)  Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Examination Retake (ECLB 9) Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Initial (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Endorsement (ECLB 2)  Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Qualifying an Additional Business Entity (ECLB 4)  Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Initial – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Initial Inactive License – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Endorsement – for Military Veterans (ECLB 2-A) Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Professional Licensure for Military Personnel/Veterans/Military Spouses (MVL 003) Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Reactivate License (ECLB 4) Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Set License to Inactive (ECLB 6) Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Transfer to New Business (ECLB 4) Start Now

Registered Licenses
Registered licenses are limited to certain local jurisdictions; a registered license only allows you to work in the cities or counties where you have a competency card. 

Electrical
  • Registered Electrical Contractor – Initial License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Electrical Contractor – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Electrical Contractor – Qualify Additional Business (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Electrical Contractor – Reactivate license (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Electrical Contractor – Transfer to New Business (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Electrical Contractor – Add a County (ECLB 3) Start Now
Alarm System I
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor I – Initial License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor I – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor I – Qualify Additional Business (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor I – Reactivate License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor I – Transfer to New Business (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor I – Add a County (ECLB 3) Start Now
Alarm System II
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor II – Initial License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor II – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor II – Qualify Additional Business (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor II – Reactivate License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor II – Transfer to New Business (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor II – Add a County (ECLB 3) Start Now
Specialty
  • Registered Specialty Electrical Contractor – Initial License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Specialty Electrical Contractor – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Specialty Electrical Contractor – Qualify Additional Business (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Specialty Electrical Contractor – Reactivate License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Specialty Electrical Contractor – Transfer to New Business (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Specialty Electrical Contractor – Add a County (ECLB 3) Start Now

Continuing Education Provider and Course Approval

  • Continuing Education Provider Approval (ECLB 11) Start Now
  • Continuing Education Course Approval (ECLB 12) Start Now
  • Alarm System Agent Course (ECLB 12) Start Now
  • Fire Alarm System Agent Course Approval (ECLB 12) Start Now

Examination Information

DBPR offers electrical examinations in a computer-based testing (CBT) format. Candidates who have been approved to sit for one of the following examinations may do so by contacting the department’s examination vendor, Pearson VUE. Examinations are available on a daily basis at testing sites throughout the world. For more information, including scheduling and examination references, visit the Electrical Examinations Information page.

Fee Waiver Applications

Certified Licenses

  • Designation of Primary and Secondary Qualifying Agents (ECLB 5) Start Now
  • Change of Status (ECLB 6) Start Now
  • Request for Address or Personal Name Change (ECLB 7) Start Now
  • Reinstate Null and Void Certification (ECLB 10) Start Now
  • Placement of a License to Voluntary Null and Void Status (NV 1) Start Now

Registered Licenses

  • Designation of Primary and Secondary Qualifying Agents (ECLB 5) Start Now
  • Change of Status (ECLB 6) Start Now
  • Request for Address or Personal Name Change (ECLB 7) Start Now
  • Reinstate Null and Void Certification (ECLB 10) Start Now
  • Placement of a License to Voluntary Null and Void Status (NV 1) Start Now

Education Course Lists

You may also use the department’s Find a CE Course tool to locate specific subject areas or course topics.

License TypesContinuing Education RequirementsFeeExpiration Date
Certified Electrical Contractor14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, 2 hours false alarm prevention (for all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work), remaining hours general credit.
$3008/31 Even Year
Certified Alarm System Contractor I14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, 2 hours false alarm prevention (for all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work), remaining hours general credit.
$3008/31 Even Year
Certified Alarm System Contractor II14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, 2 hours false alarm prevention (for all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work), remaining hours general credit.
$3008/31 Even Year
Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, remaining hours general credit.
$3008/31 Even Year
Registered Electrical Contractor14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, remaining hours general credit.
$1258/31 Even Year
Registered Alarm System Contractor I14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, 2 hours false alarm prevention (for all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work), remaining hours general credit.
$1258/31 Even Year
Registered Alarm System Contractor II14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, 2 hours false alarm prevention (for all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work), remaining hours general credit.
$1258/31 Even Year
Registered Specialty Electrical Contractor14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, remaining hours general credit.
$1258/31 Even Year

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Division of Professions
Electrical Contractors’ Licensing Board
2601 Blair Stone Road
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0791

Telephone: 850.487.1395
Facsimile: 850.488.8040

Electrical Contractors

Electrical Contractors

Ruthanne Christie, Executive Director

The Electrical Contractors’ Licensing Board is responsible for licensing and regulating electrical contractors. The board meets regularly to consider applications for licensure, to review disciplinary cases, and to conduct informal hearings relating to licensure and discipline. The board engages in rulemaking to implement the provisions set forth in its statutes and conducts other general business, as necessary.

Know Your Scope chart

List of Acceptable Credit Reporting Agencies

Endorsement List

Business Information

Getting started with Electrical Contractors

General Terms  In general an “alarm system contractor” means a person whose business includes the execution of contracts requiring the experience and skill to lay out, fabricate, install, maintain, alter, repair, monitor, inspect, replace, or service any electrical device, signaling device or combination of electrical devices used to signal or detect a burglary, fire, robbery, or medical emergency. A “registered contractor” means any contractor who has registered with the department pursuant to fulfilling the competency requirements in the jurisdiction for which the registration is issued. Registered contractors may contract only in such jurisdictions.

Electrical Contractor

EC – An “electrical contractor” means a person who conducts business in the electrical trade field and who has the experience and knowledge install, repair, alter, add to, or design electrical wiring, fixtures, appliances, apparatus, raceways, and conduit, including the electrical installations and systems within plants and substations and ALL alarm systems and specialty categories.

Alarm System Contractor I

EF – An “alarm system contractor I” means an alarm system contractor whose business includes all types of alarm systems for all purposes.

Alarm System Contractor II

EG – An “alarm system contractor II” means an alarm system contractor whose business includes all types of alarm systems other than fire, for all purposes.

Registered Alarm System Contractor I

EY (EH)* – A “registered alarm system contractor I” means an alarm system contractor whose business includes all types of alarm systems for all purposes. A registered “alarm system contractor I” may contract only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued. * EY and EZ are the alpha letters currently being used. No new licenses are issued with EH and EI, however old licenses with these designation can be renewed.

Registered Alarm System Contractor II

EZ (EI)* – A “registered alarm system contractor II” means an alarm system contractor whose business includes all types of alarm systems, other than fire, for all purposes. A “registered alarm system contractor II” may contract only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued. * EY and EZ are the alpha letters currently being used. No new licenses are issued with EH and EI, however old licenses with these designations can be renewed.

Registered Residential Alarm System Contractor

EJ – A “registered residential alarm system contractor” means an alarm system contractor whose business is limited to burglar alarm systems in single-family residential, quadruplex housing, and mobile homes of a residential occupancy class. A “registered residential alarm system contractor” may contract only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued.

Registered Electrical Contractor

ER – A “registered electrical contractor” means an electrical contractor who has registered with the department pursuant to fulfilling the competency requirements in the jurisdiction for which the registration is issued. A “registered electrical contractor” may contract for electrical systems, including all specialty categories, only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued. A “registered electrical contractor” MAY NOT contract for any alarm system.

Specialty Contractor

ES – A “specialty contractor” means a contractor whose scope of practice is limited to a specific segment of electrical or alarm system contracting, including, but not limited to: elevator specialist (class code 066), utility line electrical specialist (class code 068), low voltage system specialist (class code 069), residential electrical contracting (class code 043), maintenance of electrical fixtures (class code 065), and fabrication, erection, installation, and maintenance of electrical advertising signs (class code 067).

Registered Electrical Specialty Contractor

ET – A “registered electrical specialty contractor” elevator specialist (class code 066), utility line electrical specialist (class code 068), low voltage system specialist (class code 069), residential electrical contracting (class code 043), maintenance of electrical fixtures (class code 065), and fabrication, erection, installation, and maintenance of electrical advertising signs (class code 067). A “registered electrical specialty contractor” may contract only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued.

Certified Licenses
Certified licenses are statewide; a certified license allows you to work as a contractor anywhere in Florida. 

Alarm System I
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Examination (ECLB 8)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Initial (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Initial – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Professional Licensure for Military Personnel/Veterans/Military Spouses (MVL 003) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor I – Qualifying an Additional Business Entity (ECLB 4)  Start Now
Alarm System II
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Examination (ECLB 8)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Initial (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Initial – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Professional Licensure for Military Personnel/Veterans/Military Spouses (MVL 003) Start Now
  • Certified Alarm System Contractor II – Qualifying an Additional Business Entity (ECLB 4)  Start Now
Electrical
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Examination (ECLB 8)  Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Initial (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Endorsement (ECLB 2)  Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Initial – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Initial Inactive License – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Endorsement – for Military Veterans (ECLB 2-A) Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Professional Licensure for Military Personnel/Veterans/Military Spouses (MVL 003) Start Now
  • Certified Electrical Contractor – Qualifying an Additional Business Entity (ECLB 4)  Start Now
Specialty
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Examination (ECLB 8)  Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Initial (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Endorsement (ECLB 2)  Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 1)  Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Initial – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Endorsement – for Military Veterans (ECLB 2-A) Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Initial Inactive License – for Military Veterans (ECLB 1-A) Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Professional Licensure for Military Personnel/Veterans/Military Spouses (MVL 003) Start Now
  • Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor – Qualifying an Additional Business Entity (ECLB 4)  Start Now

Registered Licenses
Registered licenses are limited to certain local jurisdictions; a registered license only allows you to work in the cities or counties where you have a competency card. 

Alarm System I
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor I – Initial License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor I – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor I – Qualify Additional Business (ECLB 3) Start Now
Alarm System II
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor II – Initial License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor II – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Alarm System Contractor II – Qualify Additional Business (ECLB 3) Start Now
Electrical
  • Registered Electrical Contractor – Initial License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Electrical Contractor – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Electrical Contractor – Qualify Additional Business (ECLB 3) Start Now
Specialty
  • Registered Specialty Electrical Contractor – Initial License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Specialty Electrical Contractor – Initial Inactive License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Registered Specialty Electrical Contractor – Qualify Additional Business (ECLB 3) Start Now

Electrical Contractor Courses

  • Continuing Education Provider Approval (ECLB 11) Start Now
  • Continuing Education Course Approval (ECLB 12) Start Now
  • Alarm System Agent Course (ECLB 12) Start Now
  • Fire Alarm System Agent Course Approval (ECLB 12) Start Now

Fee Waiver Applications

Certified Licenses

  • Reactivate License (ECLB 4) Start Now
  • Transfer to New Business (ECLB 4) Start Now
  • Designation of Primary and Secondary Qualifying Agents (ECLB 5) Start Now
  • Set License to Inactive (ECLB 6) Start Now
  • Electrical Contractor Change of Status (ECLB 6) Start Now
  • Request for Address or Personal Name Change (ECLB 7) Start Now
  • Reinstate Null and Void Certification (ECLB 10) Start Now
  • Placement of a License to Voluntary Null and Void Status (NV 1) Start Now

Registered Licenses

  • Reactivate License (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Transfer to New Business (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Add a County (ECLB 3) Start Now
  • Reactivate License (ECLB 4) Start Now
  • Transfer to New Business (ECLB 4) Start Now
  • Designation of Primary and Secondary Qualifying Agents (ECLB 5) Start Now
  • Change of Status (ECLB 6) Start Now
  • Set License to Inactive (ECLB 6) Start Now
  • Request for Address or Personal Name Change (ECLB 7) Start Now
  • Reinstate Null and Void Certification (ECLB 10) Start Now
  • Placement of a License to Voluntary Null and Void Status (NV 1) Start Now

Education Course Lists

Continuing Education (Advance Module, Business Practice, False Alarm, General, Laws and Rules, Other, Technical, Workers’ Compensation, Workplace Safety) FASA/BASA Education

License TypesContinuing Education RequirementsFeeExpiration Date
Certified Electrical Contractor14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, 2 hours false alarm prevention (for all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work), remaining hours general credit.
$3008/31 Even Year
Certified Alarm System Contractor I14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, 2 hours false alarm prevention (for all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work), remaining hours general credit.
$3008/31 Even Year
Certified Alarm System Contractor II14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, 2 hours false alarm prevention (for all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work), remaining hours general credit.
$3008/31 Even Year
Certified Specialty Electrical Contractor14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, remaining hours general credit.
$3008/31 Even Year
Registered Electrical Contractor14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, remaining hours general credit.
$1258/31 Even Year
Registered Alarm System Contractor I14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, 2 hours false alarm prevention (for all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work), remaining hours general credit.
$1258/31 Even Year
Registered Alarm System Contractor II14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, 2 hours false alarm prevention (for all certified and registered alarm contractors and certified electrical contractors who perform alarm work), remaining hours general credit.
$1258/31 Even Year
Registered Specialty Electrical Contractor14 hours of Continuing Education must include:
7 hours technical, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 1 hour workplace safety, 1 hour business practices, 1 hour Florida Building Code advanced module course, 1 hour Florida Laws & Rules, remaining hours general credit.
$1258/31 Even Year