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kentshipman 05-20-2009 05:28 PM

Limid electrical license
 
Is anyone here licensed in the state of C.T.?

Ron6519 05-21-2009 04:35 AM

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Originally Posted by kentshipman (Post 276251)
Is anyone here licensed in the state of C.T.?

What's the issue?
Ron

kentshipman 05-21-2009 08:12 AM

I just want to talk to someone that has a license in CT to give me some advise on where to get started in acquiring my journeyman's license.
The information I have found is confusing. Do I need to work an apprenticeship if I have experience in the field?

Kent

Ron6519 05-21-2009 04:07 PM

Just call the local electrical union in your area and ask them.
Ron

nap 05-21-2009 05:34 PM

try this on for size:

http://www.contractors-license.org/c...icut.html#elec
Quote:

To take the journeyman exam you need to complete an apprenticeship program or Department-approved equivalent

HandyPete 05-25-2009 05:18 PM

I don't want to be offending but, the post "sounds fishy".

In order to be a journeyman electrician you need to learn the proper skills hence, apprenticeship. If you skip this essential step you will fail to be a good electrician.

No other "experience" is comparable so if you had any "proper" training you would already know the answer to your question.

_pete (licensed master electrician)

Termite 05-26-2009 09:12 AM

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Originally Posted by HandyPete (Post 278378)
I don't want to be offending but, the post "sounds fishy".

In order to be a journeyman electrician you need to learn the proper skills hence, apprenticeship. If you skip this essential step you will fail to be a good electrician.

No other "experience" is comparable so if you had any "proper" training you would already know the answer to your question.

_pete (licensed master electrician)

He said he's just getting started. Everyone has to start somewhere, and the first step is getting experience and working toward journeyman.

That being said, this forum really isn't the right place for such questions. I'd suggest a visit to www.electriciantalk.com


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