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author RocketCert Staff
date 07.27.2022

Renewing your Mechanical Administrator License in Alaska requires that you take eight hours of state-approved continuing education courses. While these courses are available in person, most professionals find it much easier and more convenient to take them online.

No matter where or how you take your continuing education courses, you must ensure that the required topics are covered. Courses should cover critical changes in the Uniform Plumbing Code and any important changes related to the plumbing industry.

Requirements for an Alaska Mechanical Administrator License Renewal

Be careful not to confuse the requirements for this license with the requirements for the Journeyman Plumbing License. The Journeyman Plumbing License renewal requires 16 hours of CE courses, not eight.

The first step you’ll need to take for renewal is to purchase the right state-approved courses. Avoid delays with your mechanical administrator renewal by ensuring that the correct coursework is purchased through a provider that the state of Alaska has certified.

How to Renew Your License

In Alaska, the Mechanical Administrator License expires every two years on the odd years. The actual expiration date is the last day of the year — December 31. 

You’ll begin by completing the coursework and finishing the eight hours as required. 

Once you have completed the continuing education courses, if you did it online, you should be able to print your certificate of completion instantly. If you take courses in person, you should be handed your certificate when the course concludes.

The best online course providers should notify the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development on the next business day that you have successfully fulfilled the continuing education requirements. 

A slight delay should be expected if the next day is a weekend or holiday. The department should be notified on the next business day after the holiday or weekend.

Choosing Your Continuing Education Course Provider

If you choose to do your courses online, you must keep a few things in mind to make your experience as easy and convenient as possible. Look for state-approved course providers that offer the following perks: 

  • Lifetime access to the courses that you purchase
  • Access to the courses at any time of the day or night, 365 days a year 
  • Course materials are written by industry experts 
  • Best-in-class education puts you at the top of your profession

As a busy professional, you don’t have time to waste on technical issues that might creep up during your courses, so you also need a provider that offers customer support every day of the week. Course materials should be accessible via a user-friendly platform that you can access on just about any device from any location.

Alaska Mechanical Continuing Education Online with RocketCert

RocketCert makes it easy to seamlessly renew your license. Don’t make it harder than it has to be. Visit RocketCert today! You can benefit from various advantages when taking your continuing education courses through RocketCert. Sign up to get started on renewing your Mechanical Administrator License in Alaska.