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Tuition
As of June 22, 2012, all tuition must be paid no later than noon on the Friday prior to the seminar you are attending.  This will help cut down-time and let us focus on your exam prep classes with less distractions. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call 512-339-9402 for more information.
 
Please  take a moment to review our New Policies online here.

Our 2013 Seminar calendar will be posted in mid-November 2012.
If you have 8 people or more interested in our seminar, call us to arrange a private seminar session in your city.
Seminar Enhancement Portal is up and running! Take advantage of your subscription and practice what you have learned!
If you have attended our seminar and would like more practice questions to practice what you have learned, sign up for our online seminar enhancement portal today.  It is completely free and available to our current students.  
New Technologies and Texas Law Changes Classroom CEU first Wednesday of every month in Austin, TX.  Sign up today!
Our Classroom CEU is for Master, Journeyman, Apprentice and Electrical Sign Apprentice electricians.  
Online CEU coming this Winter!
Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation News:
Did You Know...
Beginning September 1, 2012electrical sign apprentices with licenses that expire on or after September 1, 2012 are required to be enrolled in a TDLR-approved apprenticeship program or complete four hours of continuing education to meet license renewal requirements. Please see section 73.25 of the Electrician Licensing Administrative Rules for more detailed information. 

Did You Know...
Effective September 1, 2011 all Texas PSI Exams will be based off the 2011 NE Code Book???  Take your exam before August so you don't have to re-learn a whole new book!!!
 
Did You Know...
Effective September 1, 2010 all Apprentice Electricians (who are NOT currently enrolled in a Department of Labor approved apprenticeship program) willneed to provide proof of obtaining 4 hours of continuing education (annually) in order to renew their licenses. For more information, reference Senate Bill 470 which was passed during the 81st Regular Session.
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