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Oklahoma Limited Electrical Contractor w/ Business Law

A completed application must be submitted to the state licensing board to obtain approval to test.

Applicants must have a degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or university and an additional 8,000 hours (4 years) of electrical experience in field construction, electrical estimating, electrical project management in commercial/industrial work. Or, applicants must have 16,000 hours (8 years) of experience in the electrical trade performing electrical work, estimating or project management in commercial/industrial work.

There are no state mandated minimum financial requirements for this license.

 

The Limited Electrical Contractor is prohibited from doing any hands-on electrical work. This license allows the holder to work as a manager doing electrical project planning, estimating, etc. Licensed limited contractors are prohibited from doing any of the work of a Journeyman or Apprentice.  Applicants must take the Electrical Business and Law Exam in addition to the Limited Electrical Contractor Exam in order to obtain this license.

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Required Books 

The references listed below have been used to create the test questions and are used in our seminar to prepare you to better navigate these books and pass the exam.

NEC Handbooks and spiral-bound copies of the National Electrical Code will NOT be allowed in the test center. 

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A completed application must be submitted to the state licensing board to obtain approval to test.

Applicants must have a degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or university and an additional 8,000 hours (4 years) of electrical experience in field construction, electrical estimating, electrical project management in commercial/industrial work. Or, applicants must have 16,000 hours (8 years) of experience in the electrical trade performing electrical work, estimating or project management in commercial/industrial work.

There are no state mandated minimum financial requirements for this license.

 

The Limited Electrical Contractor is prohibited from doing any hands-on electrical work. This license allows the holder to work as a manager doing electrical project planning, estimating, etc. Licensed limited contractors are prohibited from doing any of the work of a Journeyman or Apprentice.  Applicants must take the Electrical Business and Law Exam in addition to the Limited Electrical Contractor Exam in order to obtain this license.

Fees must accompany the application. The licensing fee is $330. ($300 for license & $30 for processing)

Applications will be processed once per week. Wait time for approval should be less than two weeks.

The limited Contractor is not required to carry a surety bond or liability insurance unless he hires an unlimited contractor to work for him.

The Board may enter into a reciprocity agreement with another State if the requirements for licensure in the other State are deemed by the Board to be substantially the same or equivalent to the requirements for obtaining an original license by examination in this state

Oklahoma requires that 6 hours of approved CE must be completed every 36 months (3 years). A licensee is exempt from these requirements for 3 years from the date he or she initially passes the current licensing exam.   As of July 1, 2014, no contractor or journeyman license shall be renewed unless 6 hours of Continuing Education, within the last 36 months (3 years), have been completed.  Thereafter, 6 hours of CE must be completed every 3 years (36 months).

The exam is given by PSI. It is an open-book, timed test with 100 questions and a 4-hour time limit. A score of at least 75% is required to pass the test. The exam fee is $100.00 per exam

Exam Content:  General Knowledge General Electrical Knowledge Services, Feeders, and Branch Circuits Over current Protection Grounding and Bonding Conductors and Cables Raceways and Boxes Special Occupancies & Equipment (including Swimming Pools) Low Voltage Alarms, Signaling Systems and Communications Lighting and Signs Safety Motors and Transformers

 

American Contractors currently offers a 1-day seminar to prepare for the Oklahoma Limited Electrical Contractor with Business Law.

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Location and date

Oklahoma City, OK    9/18/2018, Oklahoma City, OK    12/11/2018