The Northern Minnesota Builders Association has been providing building industry continuing education since 1997 in northern Minnesota. The NMBA continues to provide quality education courses to the building industry professional by offering a variety of continuing education course offerings taught by professionals.
The NMBA offers flexibility to your company that provides a variety of dates and course options to meet your individual company needs.
The Northern Minnesota Builders Association is a non-profit membership based organization that has been providing building trade education since 1997 in northern Minnesota. The NMBA is one of fourteen Home Builders Associations in Minnesota that was founded in 1993. The NMBA territory covers Itasca County, Koochiching County, part of St. Louis County to Virginia, Lake of the Woods County and part of Aitkin County to Aitkin. The NMBA mission is to promote professionalism and to educate, improve and support the building industry in Northern Minnesota. For more information regarding the Northern Minnesota Builders Association check out their website: www.nmbuilders.com.
The Northern MN Builders Association has once again teamed up with Viking Electric Supply to provide your required Continuing Education credits.
8 –16 hrs. Continuing Education Credits
Instructor: Scott Nutting
Note: According to the MN Dept. of Labor & Industry, only Continuing
Education Credits obtained within the license period can be accredited to the
All courses approved through the MN Dept of Labor & Industry
Nearby Hotels for Overnight Accommodations:
The Timberlake Lodge 218-326-2600
I M Hotel 218-327-1108
Country Inn & Suites 218-327-4960
The AmericInn 218-326-8999
EO Requirements and COVID-19 Preparedness Plans Requirements Guidance for Seated Recreational Entertainment and Meetings
The venue will have double-triple classroom capacity than in previous years to ensure safe distancing throughout the day.
Meals will be served to each participant at the classroom table.
The LIVE expo will not be available for 2021.
According to the Minnesota Dept. of Labor and Industry, applicants for renewal of the following individual electrical licenses must have earned 16 hours of approved continuing education credit to renew their license:
Class A Journeyman Electrician
Power Limited Technician
Master Elevator Constructor
Class B Installer
Class B Journeyman Electrician
Class A Installer
The licenses identified above cannot be renewed unless the license holder has earned 16 hours of continuing education credit within the license term immediately preceding their license expiration date, or until 16 hours of credit is earned and license renewal fees are paid. Individuals who fail to renew their license by the expiration date are unlicensed until they submit their renewal form and fee, and the license is issued by the Construction Codes and Licensing Division. Licenses that are not renewed before the expiration date are subject to a late fee equal to one year’s license fee. License anniversary dates (effective dates) do not change based on date of renewal. Licensees who fail to renew their licenses within two years beyond expiration are required to retake an examination to regain licensure in accordance with Minnesota Statute 326.242, Subd. 7. Credits may be used for more than one type of license if earned in the over-lap period of the license terms. Credits totaling more than the minimum 16 hours cannot be carried over into subsequent license terms.
The NMBA suggests you bring the 2017 NEC Code Book to Continuing Education. If you would like to purchase a Code Book, visit your local Viking Electric Supply store.
807 Lily Lane, Grand Rapids, MN
15 S 38th Ave W, Duluth, MN