Wyoming Electrician License Requirements

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We found the following Electrician requirements for Wyoming.

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Electrician

Electricians install wiring and maintain electrical equipment covered by the National Electrical Code. Limited electrical technicians and low voltage technicians maintain and install systems under 90 volts or specific items per license, as covered by the National Electrical Code. Requirements:  Apprentices: must be registered with the State Electrical Board  Journeyman: Four years (8,000 hours) experience and pass written examination. Master: Eight years (16,000 hours) experience and pass written examination.  Limited Technician:  1.2 years (4,000 hours) experience and pass written examination.  Low Voltage Technician: 1.2 years (4,000 hours) experience and pass written examination. Restrictions: Any flagrant violation of the rules and regulations of the State Electrical Board.  License Electricians must be licensed by the State Electrical Board.  Examination Examinations for journeyman electricians, master electricians, limited technicians, and low voltage technicians are administered on demand after approval by the Chief Electrical Inspector. Fees:  Apprentice Electrician:  Initial Registratio$20.00; Yearly Registration Renewal $20.00. Apprentice Low Voltage or Limited Technician:  Initial Registration $20.00; Yearly Registration Renewal $20.00. Journeyman:  Examinations $300.00; License $100.00; Renewal (Every 3 Years) $50.00    Master:  Examinations $300.00  License $200.00  Renewal (Every 3 Years) $100.00. Limited Technician:  Examination $300.00 ; License $100.00  Renewal (Every 3 Years) $50.00    Low Voltage Technician:  Examination $300.00  License $100.00  Renewal (Every 3 Years) $50.00    For Journeyman, Limited Technician and Low Voltage Technician waiting to be tested:   Temporary Work Permit $50.00    Licensing Agency  Lyn Stell-Paxton  Attn: Electrical Safety Division  Department of Fire Prevention & Electrical Safety  320 West 25th Street, 3rd Floor  Cheyenne, WY 82002  Phone: (307) 777-7288  Fax: (307) 777-7119   http://wsfm.wyo.gov/

Requirements:

Exam: State exam required

Education: Degree required

Continuing Education: Continuing education required

Experience: Experience

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

DEPARTMENT OF FIRE PREVENTION & ELECTRICAL SAFETY
Attn: Lyn Stell-Paxton
320 WEST 25TH STREET, 3RD FLOOR
CHEYENNE, WY 82002
(307) 777-7288

 

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