Welcome to CEU Washington.

We Teach

Kick Ass Electrical Classes

We'll help you get your electrical CEU’s, without getting a headache.

Classroom - Exam Prep - Team Training

8 Hours of Continuing Education for $95. Awesome.

4+ Classes Each Week Around Puget Sound

Trainees

Electrical trainees must complete 48 hours of basic trainee classes in order to renew their license.

Journey Level Electricians, Electrical Administrators and Master Electricians can take up to 12 hours of basic classroom instruction as part of their required CEUs. They are credited as industry related instruction.

There are no requirements to become a trainee, but you must have a trainee card to get credit for taking classes.

To get your trainee card, visit www.lni.wa.gov

Electricians

Electricians, Electrical Administrators and Master Electricians must complete 24 hours of continuing education courses every 3 years.

You can complete your required hours by taking 3 of our classes:
* 2014 NEC Review & Update - 8 hours
* State Code Review - 8 hours
* Any Basic Classroom Instruction - 8 hours

CEU Requirements:
* 8 hours on the 2014 NEC changes.
* At least 4 hours on the RCW and WAC.
* The remaining 12 hours may be industry related courses. (All Basic Classroom Instruction listed for Trainees count)

Trainees cannot receive credit for these classes.

Plumbers

Exam Prep

Tailored to your needs whether no matter which exam you are attempting, EL01, HVAC or other specialties.

Please contact us if you need additional admin exam prep classes. We will usually offer a few every other month and by request.

Email [email protected]
Phone 206-456-6781

Team Training

We come to you and provide CEUs for electricians, trainees and plumbers concurrently, reducing the cost of training your team.

Arc Flash and OSHA10, Motors and Grounding, NEC and State CODE, AC and DC Theory, Exam Prep and much more.

If you are part of a company (or have a lot of friends), you can schedule team training with us. Most companies prefer to have us teach at their location, but our classroom in downtown Seattle is also available.

Training as a group helps your team learn in a collaborative environment where they can build their collective knowledge and become more effective in the field.

Email [email protected]
Phone 206-456-6781

Upcoming Classes

  • NEC Ch. 3-4 Remote Class - Sunday, Jan 24
    • January 24, 2021
      9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    An in-depth look at NEC Chapters 3 and 4, and how to use the relevant tables. Required Text: National Electrical Code book; 2020, 2017 or…

  • NEC Ch. 5-8 Remote Class - Saturday, Jan 30
    • January 30, 2021
      9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    An introduction to the second half of the NEC, reviewing the Chapters on Special Occupancies, Special Equipment, Special Conditions, Communications and Annex C. Required Text:…

  • Grounding & Bonding Remote Class - Sunday, Feb 7
    • February 7, 2021
      9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    This class introduces both trainees and journeymen to grounding and bonding theory and CODE requirements. Teaching delivery method may be instructor outline presentation, or it may…

  • Advanced Theory Remote Class - Saturday, Feb 13
    • February 13, 2021
      9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    Advanced Electrical Theory reviews electromagnetic theory, including inductance, capacitance, reactance, and impedance. Introduces common electrical equations such as Voltage Drop, parallel and series capacitive circuits, and inductive…

  • Intro to Code Remote Class - Sunday, Feb 21
    • February 21, 2021
      9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    This course introduces the student to Washington State Electrical Code requirements, including the Revised Code of Washington (RCW 19.28), the Washington Administrative Code (WAC 296‐46B),…

  • NEC Review Remote Class - Saturday, Feb 27
    • February 27, 2021
      9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    This course reviews the National Electrical Code (NEC70), highlighting all major sections and tables, and provides practical in class work requiring reading, research, and application…