2018 Journeyman Electrician RENEWAL

New Jersey Registered Journeyman Electricians!

It’s time to renew your registration.

Join NJES at the Days Inn Hotel and Conference Center located in East Brunswick, NJ on December 15th – 16th or on January 12th – 13th for a two day 10-hour review of the 2017 NEC with amendments from the Uniform Construction Code (UCC) and the Rehab Subcode.  NJES will provide all content required to allow you to renew in a timely manor.

Maintain your value and as a Registered New Jersey Journeyman Electrician.  Employers know the value of a registered Journeyman.  As a registered Journeyman Electrician you are a leader and knowledgeable in your trade.  Next step is becoming a licensed electrical contractor.

The Board allows a late renewal of up to 30-days without penalty or fines.  Avoid a re-instatement renew on time and with NJES!

A second date in East Brunswick on January 12th – 13th will be at the same location and same cost.

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fee to attend:

The fee to attend is $150.00.  A limited supply of CODE UPDATE BOOKS are available at additional cost.  You are required to have a 2017 NEC code book or other NJBOEE approved publication to attend.   When registering you may purchase a 2017 CODE UPDATE book while supplies last.  

Journeyman, a few things to know about your registration.

As Per the New Jersey Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors, You must have an approved 2017 NEC publication to receive credit).

New Jersey Journeyman NJBOEE Regulations

13:31-5.2 REGISTRATION RENEWAL

a)  The Board shall send a notice of renewal to each qualified journeyman electrician, at least
60 days prior to the expiration of the registration. The notice of renewal shall explain inactive renewal and advise the registrant of the option to renew as inactive. If the notice to renew is not sent 60 days prior to the expiration date, no monetary penalties or fines shall apply to the holder for failure to renew provided that the registration is renewed within 60 days from the date the notice is sent or within 30 days following the date of registration expiration, whichever is later.A qualified journeyman electrician who has had his or her certificate of registration suspended pursuant to (a) above may apply to the Board for reinstatement within five years following the date of certificate of registration expiration. A qualified journeyman electrician applying for reinstatement shall submit a renewal application, all past delinquent renewal fees and the reinstatement fee set forth in N.J.A.C. 13:31-1.6, as well as evidenceof having completed all continuing education credits, consistent with the requirements set forth in N.J.A.C. 13:31-5.4, for the current triennial registration period within three years prior to the date of application for reinstatement.

What do I need to do to re-instate my Journeyman registration?
One of the most involved portions or renewing your registration is providing proof you have completed your 10-hour code update continued education credit.  This is of the latest version of the National Electrical Code. Currently you will  need the NJES 2017 10-Hour Code Update. 

Visit the NJBOEE regulations

13:31-5.2 REGISTRATION RENEWAL
    a) The Board shall send a notice of renewal to each qualified journeyman electrician, at least 60 days prior to the expiration of the registration. The notice of renewal shall explain inactive renewal and advise the registrant of the option to renew as inactive. If the notice to renew is not sent 60 days prior to the expiration date, no monetary penalties or fines shall apply to the holder for failure to renew provided that the registration is renewed within 60 days from the date the notice is sent or within 30 days following the date of registration expiration, whichever is later.  A qualified journeyman electrician who has had his or her certificate of registration suspended pursuant to (a) above may apply to the Board for reinstatement within five years following the date of certificate of registration expiration. A qualified journeyman electrician applying for reinstatement shall submit a renewal application, all past delinquent renewal fees and the reinstatement fee set forth in N.J.A.C. 13:31-1.6, as well as evidence of having completed all continuing education credits, consistent with the requirements set forth in N.J.A.C. 13:31-5.4, for the current triennial registration period within three years prior to the date of application for reinstatement.

13:31-5.5 CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

a)  Upon triennial registration renewal, a qualified journeyman electrician shall attest that he or she has completed 10 credit hours of continuing education on the most recent edition of the National Electrical Code. Falsification of any information submitted on the registration renewal application may require an appearance before the Board and may subject the registrant to disciplinary action as set forth in N.J.S.A. 45:1-21 et seq. Falsification of any information submitted on the registration renewal application by a qualified journeyman electrician who is also a licensed electrical contractor may also result in the suspension or revocation of his or her electrical contracting license. A licensed electrical contractor who satisfies the requirements of N.J.A.C. 13:31-1.7 shall be deemed to have satisfied the requirements of this section.

    c) A qualified journeyman electrician may, upon application to the Board, renew his or her certificate of registration by choosing inactive status. A qualified journeyman electrician electing to renew his or her certificate of registration as inactive shall not perform or supervise electrical work as provided in N.J.S.A. 45:5A-18(k) and N.J.A.C. 13:31-3.4, or hold himself or herself out as eligible to perform or supervise electrical work as provided in N.J.S.A. 45:5A-18(k) and N.J.A.C. 13:31-3.4, in New Jersey until such time as the registration is returned to active status. An inactive registrant shall also not perform work as provided in N.J.S.A. 45:5A-18(l) unless, as set forth in N.J.S.A. 45:5A-18(l), the registrant holds a civil service title with a job description that includes electrical work pursuant to the “Civil Service Act,” N.J.S.A. 11A:1-1 et seq., or is an employee of a State authority who has completed an apprenticeship training program approved by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship Training, that deals specifically with electrical work, and is of a minimum duration of three years.
Pay a Fee

3:31-1.6 FEE SCHEDULE

OR 

You can take an online prep-course with New Jersey Education and Seminars to become a licensed Electrical Contractor.  Use your money and time to take the next step in your career!

NJES will assist in completing your exam application packet.  Our fee is regularly $75.00 $50.00 After coupon or discount  Take advantage of our  Make a referral and save more money!

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