The ECF staff and leadership are currently working on rescheduling all association events, with our 2020 Continuing Education Seminars being our top priority. Please see our calendar for all rescheduled dates. All upcoming events will comply with the regulations put in place by the state of Florida in light of COVID-19.
Please contact our office with any questions regarding our new procedures for in-person events at 813- 885-9605.
Message from the ECF President
ECF Continuing Education (CE) Classes
Governor Ron DeSantis signed Executive Order 20-123 effective Monday, May 18, 2020 implementing a Full Phase 1: Safe. Smart. Step-by Step Plan for Florida’s Recovery. This Executive Order allows restaurants, inside retail businesses, museums and libraries as well as gyms to now operate up to fifty (50) percent of their building occupancy and abide by the safety guidelines issued by CDC and OSHA.
With this Executive Order in place, ECF has scheduled the CE seminars that have been delayed due to Covid-19 and the Florida Stay At Home Order. ECF is fully committed to abiding by the guidelines in the Full Phase 1 order.
Staff has completed the needed classes in several chapters and has completed the dates and locations for the remaining classes.This has been a team effort by ECF's leadership, instructors and staff to make sure that all of our contractor members can obtain the needed CE's for license renewal by the August 31,2020 ECLB deadline.
Classes have been offered in both classroom format and as live virtual online classes when feasible. The Electrical Contractors Licensing Board (ECLB) now allows all State licensed providers to utilize approved classroom courses via virtual online classes. ECF staff has worked with our instructors to make some of our classes available on line to our members.
Please check the CE schedule for the remaining classes and contact the ECF office if you have any questions or concerns.
ECF Welcomes the North East Chapter!
The Electrical Council of Florida is a non-profit trade association, owned by its members.
ECF's primary purpose is to strengthen all segments of Florida's electrical industry. While there are issues that are unique to specific disciplines, many share common goals which can be achieved through communication and working together.
The association was formed in 1961 by a core group of twenty-two industry leaders who shared the vision of unifying the rapidly changing electrical industry. Today, ECF continues to support new technology, harmony and cooperation ion as "Florida's Electrical Industry Leader".... More
Our mission is to create an environment of mutual growth and recognition of all facets
of the Electrical Industry and to promote the Common Good.