NJACCA strives to be a go to resource for key information, whether you are looking to renew your master HVAC license, or sitting for the exam as a new applicant.
Please check back often for updated information. Have a question about state licensure? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to answer your question or point you in the direction of someone who can help.
- Need a surety bond as part of your licensure? NJACCA members are entitled to one (1) complimentary surety bond as part of their membership. To get your surety bond, please contact Donna Burke (EJA Insurance) at (609) 291-9950.
- Planning continues to move forward at NJACCA gets ready to host a number of opportunities for members to earn the CEU’s necessary to maintain their state licensure. Courses are planned for the Fall (2017) and Spring (2018). This will allow plenty of time to complete and submit your renewal prior to the June 30, 2018 deadline.
- The Board of HVACR Examiners is still taking applications for those who wish to be an instructor for the upcoming Continuing Education Credits for the License. If you are interested please contact Todd Von Deak at 609-221-8688 or email@example.com to get this process started to become an instructor.
The state recently announced the process for license renewal. Applicants will receive a renewal notice several months before your renewal is due. It is the licensee’s responsibility to keep up with due dates and ensure their renewal is filed on time. Individuals will be able to place their licensee in an inactive state for a limited period of time if they are not actively working in the field.
Other items of note, related to the renewal process from NJACCA’s public policy team with Princeton Public Affairs Group.
The adoptions state that if a licensee fails to renew their license after thirty days, their license is automatically suspended, without a hearing. The adoptions also changed the regulations to no longer require a test for reactivation if a licensee is inactive for five years. Lastly, in order to have a suspended license reinstated, an applicant must distinguish the length of their suspension, their employment and professional history, any disciplinary action taken against the licensee by ANY licensing Board, and any civil litigation related to their practice as a master HVACR contractor.
State Board of Examiners of Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Contractors. (Rosemarie S. Baccile – Acting Executive Director).
- online at www.njconsumeraffairs.com/hvacr
- by phone: (973) 504-6250