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Alabama Electrical with Business Law

  • Pre-approval from the state is required to sit for the examination.
  • Electrical candidates must submit verification of 4 years experience under a master or state certified electrical contractor.
  • Must have a minimum of 4 years (8,000 hours) of experience that shows that they have designed, planned laid-out, directly supervised electrical construction activities, and the installation of electrical components. (May substitute 1 year of education in electrical curriculum for ½ year electrical experience for a maximum of 2 years credit of the 4 year requirement).
  • Because applicants must document that they have experience in all aspects of electrical work, they must submit a list of duties for each job held.
  • These employment affidavits must be completed by someone in the Human Resources Department, Co. President, Electrical Contractor, Master Electrician, Electrical Engineer, or Electrical Inspector from previous jobs to qualify as proper experience verification.
  • Applicants are not required to pass a separate Business Law exam because it is included in the Electrical Contractor exam.
  • There are no minimum financial requirements needed to obtain this license.
  • In order to do projects over $50,000 an additional subcontractor license is needed from the General Contractors Board.
  • The state does not currently require any specific bond or insurance.
  • There are no minimum financial requirements needed to obtain this license.

The Alabama Electrical includes design, plan, layout, and directly supervising electrical construction activities. This license is unlimited in voltage and bid requirements.

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  • Pre-approval from the state is required to sit for the examination.
  • Electrical candidates must submit verification of 4 years experience under a master or state certified electrical contractor.
  • Must have a minimum of 4 years (8,000 hours) of experience that shows that they have designed, planned laid-out, directly supervised electrical construction activities, and the installation of electrical components. (May substitute 1 year of education in electrical curriculum for ½ year electrical experience for a maximum of 2 years credit of the 4 year requirement).
  • Because applicants must document that they have experience in all aspects of electrical work, they must submit a list of duties for each job held.
  • These employment affidavits must be completed by someone in the Human Resources Department, Co. President, Electrical Contractor, Master Electrician, Electrical Engineer, or Electrical Inspector from previous jobs to qualify as proper experience verification.
  • Applicants are not required to pass a separate Business Law exam because it is included in the Electrical Contractor exam.
  • There are no minimum financial requirements needed to obtain this license.
  • In order to do projects over $50,000 an additional subcontractor license is needed from the General Contractors Board.
  • The state does not currently require any specific bond or insurance.
  • There are no minimum financial requirements needed to obtain this license.

The Alabama Electrical includes design, plan, layout, and directly supervising electrical construction activities. This license is unlimited in voltage and bid requirements.

To apply, contact the state of Alabama at 1-334-269-9990. The licensing fee is $200. The average processing time for new applications is 3 months.

Electrical Contractors Board

610 S. McDonough Street

Montgomery, AL 36104

Important Contacts

To apply for an Electrical license,
and to register for the exam, contact:

Electrical Contractors Board
610 S. McDonough St.
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334)269-9990
www.aecb.state.al.us

To apply for a general contractors license, contact:

Licensing Board for General Contractors
2525 Fairlane Dr.
Montgomery, AL 36116
(334)272-5030
To apply for a Plumbing or Gas Fitter license, contact:

Plumbers and Gas Fitters Examining Board
11 West Oxmoor, Ste104
Birmingham, AL 35209
(205)945-4857
www.pgfb.state.al.us

To apply for a HVAC license, contact:

Board of Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors
8 Commerce St. Ste 200
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334)241-0840 Phone
(334) 265-0570
To apply for a Residential license, contact:

Home Builders Licensure Board
445 Herron St.
Montgomery, AL 36130
(334)242-2230

To register for a Under Four Stories exam or the NASCLA exam contact:

PSI Licensure: Certification
ATTN: Examination Registration AL
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267
www.psiexams.com
To register for an Electrical, Homebuilder or HVAC Exam Contact:

PROV
13614 Progress Blvd.
Alachua, FL 32615
866-720-7768

Alabama Electrical reciprocity exists with Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.

As of this time Alabama doesn’t require continuing education for this license.

  • The fee for the exam is $81.
  • The Alabama Electrical Journeyman Exam has 110 questions and a time limit of 5 hours.
  • A 75% is required to pass. (83 correct)

    Topics on the exam include general electrical knowledge, grounding and bonding, conductors and cables, raceways and enclosures, electrical power, special occupancies and equipment, motors and controls, low voltage, motors, lighting, illuminated signs, fire detection and alarm systems, over-current protection, safety and environmental, safety information, and service, feeders, and branch circuits, business organization, risk management, estimating, labor, payroll and employment taxes, financial management, contracts, liens, and licensing.

  • To schedule your exam, you must first obtain pre-approval from the board. Then, contact Prov at 1-866-720-7768.

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