Florida Electrician License Requirements

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We found the following Electrician requirements for Florida.

Please click on each license link for additional details.

Electrical Contractor

A person who conducts business in the electrical trade field and who has the experience and knowledge install, repair, alter, add to, or design electrical wiring, fixtures, appliances, apparatus, raceways, and conduit, including the electrical installations and systems within plants and substations and ALL alarm systems and specialty categories.

Requirements:

Exam: No exam

Education: No education required

Continuing Education: No continuing education requirement

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

FL Dept. of Business and Professional Regulation
1940 N. Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399
(850) 487-1395

Provisional Commercial Electrical Inspector

A person who is qualified to inspect and determine the electrical safety of commercial buildings and structures by inspecting for compliance with the provisions of the National Electrical Code.

Requirements:

Exam: No exam

Education: No education required

Continuing Education: No continuing education requirement

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

FL Dept. of Business and Professional Regulation
1940 N. Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399
(850) 487-1395

Provisional Electrical Inspector

A person who is qualified to inspect and determine the electrical safety of commercial and residential buildings and accessory structures by inspecting for compliance with the provisions of the National Electrical Code.

Requirements:

Exam: No exam

Education: No education required

Continuing Education: No continuing education requirement

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

FL Dept. of Business and Professional Regulation
1940 N. Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399
(850) 487-1395

Provisional Electrical Plans Examiner

A person who is qualified to determine that plans submitted for purposes of obtaining building and other permits comply with the applicable building, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, gas, fire prevention, energy, accessibility, and other applicable construction codes. Categories of plans examiners include building plans examiner, plumbing plans examiner, mechanical plans examiner, and electrical plans examiner.

Requirements:

Exam: No exam

Education: No education required

Continuing Education: No continuing education requirement

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

FL Dept. of Business and Professional Regulation
1940 N. Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399
​​​​​​​(850) 487-1395

Provisional Residential Electrical Inspector

A person who is qualified to inspect and determine the electrical safety of one and two family dwellings and accessory structures by inspecting for compliance with the applicable provisions of the governing electrical code.

Requirements:

Exam: No exam

Education: No education required

Continuing Education: No continuing education requirement

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

FL Dept. of Business and Professional Regulation
1940 N. Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399
​​​​​​​(850) 487-1395

Registered Electrical Contractor

An electrical contractor who has registered with the department pursuant to fulfilling the competency requirements in the jurisdiction for which the registration is issued. A registered electrical contractor may contract for electrical systems, including all specialty categories, only in the cities and/or counties for which his or her registration is issued. A “registered electrical contractor” MAY NOT contract for any alarm system.

Requirements:

Exam: No exam

Education: No education required

Continuing Education: No continuing education requirement

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

FL Dept. of Business and Professional Regulation
1940 N. Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399
​​​​​​​(850) 487-1395

Standard Electrical Inspector

A person who is qualified to inspect and determine the electrical safety of commercial and residential buildings and accessory structures by inspecting for compliance with the provisions of the National Electrical Code.

Requirements:

Exam: No exam

Education: No education required

Continuing Education: No continuing education requirement

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

FL Dept. of Business and Professional Regulation
1940 N. Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399
​​​​​​​(850) 487-1395

 

Please note this data is collected from multiple sources. SkillPointe has verified the information to the best of its ability, but makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, expressed or implied with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership. Please contact the state licensing board with any direct questions.

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