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Vermont Master Electrical

FONT face=Verdana>A person licensed under this chapter as a master electrician is entitled to design, install,
repair, maintain and replace electrical installations including work in the specialty fields designated in Section 3.3 of these rules, as his or her principal business or in the course of another business conducted by him or her, and may employ other persons licensed under this chapter or electrician’s helpers to perform work in connection with electrical installations under his or her direction.
In the case of an apprentice or helper, “under his or her direction” means either that the master is physically present on the work site and is immediately available to direct and supervise that apprentice or helper, or that a journeyman under the master’s direction is immediately available to direct and supervise that apprentice or helper.

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Required Books 

 The associated references listed below are permitted to be taken into the examination. These references may be tabbed (with a permanent index tabs) and highlighted prior to taking the exam.

Add All Required Books to Cart ($190.00)

Pre-Approval is required to sit for the exam.

 If Reciprocal check off from which state and be sure to include a certified letter from reciprocating state (New Hampshire or Maine ONLY), Photocopy of license is NOT acceptable form of proof. 

If applying after holding a Vermont Electrical Journeyman license for 2 years, submit completed application with a copy of your qualifying Vermont Electrical Journeyman license.?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

If neither of the above applies you must show proof of 16,000hrs of experience through signed affidavits from your previous employers.

 

$150.00 3 year license fee.

 

Master licensees should be aware that they are responsible for periodically inspecting the work of the journeyman licensees under their direction and performing a final inspection of the journeyman's completed installation.

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To be eligible for licensure as a master electrician, an applicant shall:

(1) have been licensed as, and working as, a journeyman electrician under

this chapter for at least two years; or

(2) have had comparable experience and training, within or without this state,

acceptable to the board; and

(3) pass an examination to the satisfaction of

the board.

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FONT face=Verdana>A person licensed under this chapter as a master electrician is entitled to design, install,
repair, maintain and replace electrical installations including work in the specialty fields designated in Section 3.3 of these rules, as his or her principal business or in the course of another business conducted by him or her, and may employ other persons licensed under this chapter or electrician's helpers to perform work in connection with electrical installations under his or her direction.
In the case of an apprentice or helper, “under his or her direction” means either that the master is physically present on the work site and is immediately available to direct and supervise that apprentice or helper, or that a journeyman under the master’s direction is immediately available to direct and supervise that apprentice or helper.

To apply for Board review and approval, submit a completed application to the State at the following address:?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

State of Vermont

Division of Fire Safety

1311 US Route 302 B Berlin

Suite 600

Barre, VT 05641-2351

(802) 479-7561

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* If Reciprocal check off from which state and be sure to include a certified letter from reciprocating state (New Hampshire or Maine ONLY), Photocopy of license is NOT acceptable form of proof.

* $150.00 3 year license fee.

Vermont requires 15 Hours of Continuing Education each year.

STRONG>The exam is 105 questions, Multiple-Choice and 5 hours to complete in./STRONG>

STRONG>The exam fee is $65 for Paper & Pencil, and $100 for Computer based./STRONG>

You must wait 10 days before retaking a failed exam. You may retest up to three (3) times before you are required to reapply with the State of Vermont. Your eligibility for testing with Vermont is valid for a period of three (3) years. If you have not passed the test within three years, you will be required to make another application with the State.?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

FONT face=Georgia>American Contractors offers a 2-day seminar to prepare for the Vermont Master Electrician examination.  Please contact us at 800-992-1910 for more information.

This seminar will cover the National Electrical Code as it applies to your state contractor licensing exam.  With more than 20 years in the electrical industry, author of several books and currently an inspector at one the world's largest and most popular theme parks, our instructor will impress you with his knowledge of the code and his relaxed teaching style.  You will leave prepared for the exam but you will also gain important information that can be applied to your trade everyday.  Most importantly, each component of your exam will be covered including the math.  Test strategy is also covered to ensure you are confident about taking the exam.   ?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />