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Virginia Electronic/Communication Service Contractor

Electronic/Communication Service Contracting (ESC) means that service which provides for the installation, repair, improvement, or removal of electronic or communications systems annexed to real property including telephone wiring, computer cabling, sound systems, data links, data and network installation, television and cable TV wiring, antenna wiring, and fiber optics installation, all of which operate at 50 volts or less.

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Required Books 

The references listed below are allowed to be used during the exam and are used in our preparation seminar. These references may be tabbed (with permanent index tabs) and highlighted. They are available for purchase from our online contractor’s bookstore or by calling our office at 1-800-992-1910.

There is one reference that is out of print and only available from Amazon. It is:

Live Sound Reinforcement: A Comprehensive Guide to P.A. and Music Reinforcement Systems and Technology, Scott Hunter Stark, 2nd Edition 

OR 

Live Sound Reinforcement: (Mix Pro Audio Series) 1st Edition

 

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Additional Services

NOTICE: Effective March 1, 2016, all Contractor Specialty examinations will require pre-approval from DPOR prior to taking the examination. For more information please contact the Board for Contractors Licensing Section directly at (804) 367-8511.

As of 8/21/06, the Designated Employee or a member of Responsible Management of all contractors applying for initial licensure (for an entity that is not currently licensed) must successfully complete an 8-hour business class approved by the Board for Contractors.

This applies to Class-A, Class-B & Class-C Contractors. (Please note that individuals applying for a Class C license; A Owner/Officer/Partner of the Company must be the person to take the required 8-hour Business Course required by the Board.)

 Effective December 1, 2012, contractors will be required to take technical exams for the specialties they put on their license. This applies to Class A, B and C licenses. Contact the Virginia Board for Contractors for more information.

Electronic/Communication Service Contracting (ESC) means that service which provides for the installation, repair, improvement, or removal of electronic or communications systems annexed to real property including telephone wiring, computer cabling, sound systems, data links, data and network installation, television and cable TV wiring, antenna wiring, and fiber optics installation, all of which operate at 50 volts or less.  A firm holding an ESC license is responsible for meeting all applicable tradesman licensure standards.  The ELE classification also provides this function.

To apply for a license, contact:

Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation
9960 Mayland Drive
Suite 400
Richmond, Virginia 23233
(804)367-8511

Virginia currently does not have reciprocity with any state for this classification.

Virginia currently does NOT require Continuing Education for this classification.

The exam is 50 questions, Multiple Choice, 120 Minutes and a 70% is required to pass.

Exam topics include: Grounding and Bonding, Conductors and Cables, Electrical Power Conditioning, Electrical and Electronic Knowledge, Low Voltage Systems Under 50 Volts, TV Systems, Sound and Video Systems, Raceways and Enclosures, Computer and Data Systems, Testing Equipment and Telephone Systems.

American Contractors is currently offering a one-day seminar for individuals wishing to take and pass the Virginia Electronic/Communication Service Contractor exam. Please contact us at (800) 992-1910 for more information.

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Location and date

Richmond,VA    10/5/2018