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Arizona Commercial Electrical C-11

Installation, alteration, and repair of any wiring, related electrical material and equipment used in the generating, transmitting or utilization of electrical energy less than 600 volts, including all overhead electrical wiring on public right-of-ways for signs and street decorations, and all underground electrical distribution systems of less than 600 volts serving private properties. Installation, alteration, and repair on other than public right-of-ways of all outside, overhead, and underground electrical construction and all wiring in or on any building of less than 600 volts.


*Note: AZ applicants applying for the C-11 or CR-11 Electrical (Commercial) have a choice of trade exams. They can elect to take either the NASCLA Accredited Trade Examination for Electrical Contractors or the AZ ROC Electrical (Commercial) exam. There are differences in these exams. See the PSI CIB for each exam to compare the differences and determine which exam best fits your business needs.


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Required Books 

Many of the references listed are required and can be taken in to the exam. The is a semi-open books exam.  References can be highlighted and tabbed prior to testing with permanent tabs.

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The Arizona Business Management exam is required.

All Contractors are required to obtain bonds. The amount is based on the license classification and the yearly work volume. For the lowest priced bonds in Arizona call 602-678-1200

Applicants are required to have 4 years of verifiable experience.

Installation, alteration, and repair of any wiring, related electrical material and equipment used in the generating, transmitting or utilization of electrical energy less than 600 volts, including all overhead electrical wiring on public right-of-ways for signs and street decorations, and all underground electrical distribution systems of less than 600 volts serving private properties. Installation, alteration, and repair on other than public right-of-ways of all outside, overhead, and underground electrical construction and all wiring in or on any building of less than 600 volts.

*Note: AZ applicants applying for the C-11 or CR-11 Electrical (Commercial) have a choice of trade exams. They can elect to take either the NASCLA Accredited Trade Examination for Electrical Contractors or the AZ ROC Electrical (Commercial) exam. There are differences in these exams. See the PSI CIB for each exam to compare the differences and determine which exam best fits your business needs.

To apply for a license, contact:

Registrar of Contractors
800 West Washington St.  6th floor
Phoenix, AZ 85007
(602)542-1525
www.rc.state.az.us/

To apply for an exam, contact:

PSI Licensure: Certification
ATTN: Examination Registration GA
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267
www.psiexams.com

Important Contacts

To apply for a license, contact:

Registrar of Contractors
800 West Washington St. 6th floor
Phoenix, AZ 85007
(602)542-1525

The State Testing Agency is PSI


PSI Licensure: Certification
ATTN: Examination Registration GA
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267

Rather than reciprocal agreements with other states, Arizona waives the trade exam for any applicant who has been the qualifying party within the last 5 years for a license in good standing in a classification the Registrar deems equivalelnt in another state, and passed a comaprable trade exam to obtain that license.

 

Arizona does not currently have Continuing Education requirements

The exam is 100 multiple-choice questions, 4 hours and 70% required to pass

One exam is $66.00;  Two exams (Business Management and one trade)  is $116.00

Exam topics include General Electrical Knowledge 5 questions, Service Feeders and Branch Circuits 13 questions, Grounding and Bonding 13 questions, Conductors and Cables 12 questions, Raceways and Boxes 10 questions, Special Occupancies and Equipment 13 questions, Devices 2 questions, Motors 5 questions, Low Voltage 5 questions, Lighting 3 questions, Illuminated Signs 1 question, Fire Detection and Alarm Systems 5 questions, Safety 5 questions, Overcurrent Protection 8 questions and Photovoltaics 10 questions

American Contractors carries many of the exam references needed to pass the Arizona Commercial Electrical Classification as well as study aids and practice CDs.