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North Dakota Electrical

“Master electrician” means a person having the necessary qualifications, training, experience, and technical knowledge to plan, lay out, and supervise the installation and repair of electrical wiring apparatus, and equipment for electric light, heat, and power in accordance with the standard rules and regulations governing such work.

“Journeyman electrician” means a person having the necessary qualifications, training, and technical knowledge to wire, install, and repair electrical apparatus and equipment in accordance with the standard rules and regulations governing such work.

“Class B electrician” means a person having the necessary qualifications, training, and technical knowledge to wire, install, and repair electrical apparatus and equipment in accordance with the standard rules and regulations governing such work, and shall have eighteen months’ experience in farmstead or residential wiring, and shall have passed an examination before the state electrical board based upon the national electrical code as it applies to farmstead or residential wiring.

"Apprentice electrician” means a person learning the trade under the personal supervision of a state-licensed electrician.

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All electrical work requires state licensing.

Applicants must pass a trade exam with a minimum score of 70% and provide documentation of 8,000 hours of experience for a Journeyman license.

One year of experience as a Journeyman is required for a Master License.

All applicants must submit a statement of good standing from the North Dakota Workforce Safety and Insurance, verifying coverage nad Liability insurance.

“Master electrician” means a person having the necessary qualifications, training, experience, and technical knowledge to plan, lay out, and supervise the installation and repair of electrical wiring apparatus, and equipment for electric light, heat, and power in accordance with the standard rules and regulations governing such work.

“Journeyman electrician” means a person having the necessary qualifications, training, and technical knowledge to wire, install, and repair electrical apparatus and equipment in accordance with the standard rules and regulations governing such work.

“Class B electrician” means a person having the necessary qualifications, training, and technical knowledge to wire, install, and repair electrical apparatus and equipment in accordance with the standard rules and regulations governing such work, and shall have eighteen months' experience in farmstead or residential wiring, and shall have passed an examination before the state electrical board based upon the national electrical code as it applies to farmstead or residential wiring.

"Apprentice electrician” means a person learning the trade under the personal supervision of a state-licensed electrician.

Information of Electrical Licenses may be obtained from:
State Electrical Board
PO Box 857
Bismarck, ND 58502
(701)328-9522
www.ndseb.com

Important Contacts

Applications for construction contractor registration may be obtained from:
Secretary of State
State Captiol
600 East Boulevard Ave. Dept. 108
Bismarck, ND 58505-0500
(800)352-0867 ext.83665
Information of Electrical Licenses may be obtained from:
State Electrical Board
PO Box 857
Bismarck, ND 58502
(701)328-9522
Plumbing licensing information may be obtained from:
State Plumbing Board
204 West Thayer Ave.
Bismarck, ND 58501
(701)328-9979
email: ndplumbing@state.nd.us

The state of North Dakota has reciprocal agreements with the following states. For Class A Master and Class A Journeyman electricians. Minnesota and South Dakota. For Class A Journeyman ONLY Alaska Arkansas Colorado Montana Nebraska New Hampshire New Mexico Oklahoma Utah Washington Wyoming Fees are equal to the examination fee, and upon approval applicant will be required to pay the annual license fee for the license. No written exam will be required for a reciprocal license.

Each applicant for renewal of an electrician's license pursuant to section 43-09-15 must have successfully completed prior thereto at least four hours, and thereafter eight hours each biennium, of continuing education relating to the standards set forth in section 43-09-21 or as otherwise prescribed by the board. The board may not require more than sixteen hours of continuing education in each biennium.

The board shall conduct education sessions for licensees each year at not less than six locations throughout the state. Attendance at such sessions, or attendance at other education sessions certified by the board as approved, fulfills the educational requirements of this section. The board may charge a fee to licensees for attendance at the education sessions at an amount to be determined by the board, but not to exceed ten dollars per person for each session

The exam fee is $25.00 for Journeyman and $50.00 for Master.

The exams are given by the North Dakota State Electrical Board

American Contractors currently offers reference materials, Tabbed and Highlighted Code Books and other study-aids to help individuals prepare for the North Dakota Electrical exams.