New Hampshire Electrician License Requirements

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We found the following Electrician requirements for New Hampshire.

Please click on each license link for additional details.

Electrician, Apprentice

Electricians install, repair, alter and maintain electrical conductors, fittings, devices and fixtures for heating, lighting or power purposes. They must comply with the current edition of the National Electric Code. Apprentice Electricians learn to perform the above duties under direct supervision of a Master or Journeyman Electrician.

Requirements:

Exam: State exam required

Education: Specific course required

Continuing Education: Continuing education required

Experience: Experience

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

New Hampshire Electricians' Board
121 South Fruit Street
Concord, NH 330
(603) 271-0145

Electrician, Journeyman

Electricians install, repair, alter and maintain electrical conductors, fittings, devices and fixtures for heating, lighting or power purposes. They must comply with the current edition of the National Electric Code. Journeyman Electricians are employed by and perform above duties under the direction of a Master Electrician, and each may directly supervise one Apprentice Electrician.

Requirements:

Exam: State exam required

Education: Specific course required

Continuing Education: Continuing education required

Experience: Experience

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

New Hampshire Electricians' Board
121 South Fruit Street
Concord, NH 330
(603) 271-0145

Electrician, Master

Master Electricians perform work as their principal or auxiliary business or as businesses, hire; they may employ others to do electrical work. Electricians install, repair, alter, and maintain electrical conductors, fittings, devices, and fixtures for heating, lighting, or power purposes. They must comply with the current edition of the National Electrical Code.

Requirements:

Exam: State exam required

Education: Specific course required

Continuing Education: Continuing education required

Experience: Experience

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

New Hampshire Electricians' Board
121 South Fruit Street
Concord, NH 330
(603) 271-0145

Electrician, High Medium Voltage

High Medium Voltage Electricians install, repair, alter, and maintain electrical conductors, fittings, devices, fixtures, and equipment, from the source of supply to the first disconnecting means of a building or structure, for power distribution systems of over 600 volts, including associated controls and metering. They must comply with the current edition of the National Electric Code.

Requirements:

Exam: State exam required

Education: Specific course required

Continuing Education: Continuing education required

Experience: Experience

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

New Hampshire Electricians' Board
121 South Fruit Street
Concord, NH 330
​​​​​​​(603) 271-0145

Electrician, High Medium Voltage Trainee

High Medium Voltage Electricians install, repair, alter, and maintain electrical conductors, fittings, devices, fixtures, and equipment, from the source of supply to the first disconnecting means of a building or structure, for power distribution systems of over 600 volts, including associated controls and metering. They must comply with the current edition of the National Electric Code. High medium voltage trainee electricians learn to perform the above duties under supervision of a High Medium Voltage Electrician, or a Master or Journeyman Electrician.

Requirements:

Exam: State exam required

Education: No education required

Continuing Education: Continuing education required

Experience: Current employment

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

New Hampshire Electricians' Board
121 South Fruit Street
Concord, NH 330
​​​​​​​(603) 271-0145

 

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