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Wyoming Master Electrician 701

A Master Electrician is one who can plan, layout and supervise the installation of all types of electrical equipment.

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Applicants must gain approval to take the exam by submitting an application to the state licensing board.

Applicants must document at least eight (8) years (16,000 hours) of electrical experience. Experience must be obtained during a time frame of no less than eight (8) years. Experience must include planning, layouts, and supervising electrical work. Experience must include residential, commercial and industrial experience with no more than 75% of it falling under any one category. Up to 2 years (4,000 hours) credit may be given for electrical education courses. Military experience is acceptable with proper documentation.

No Business and Law Exam is required, applicants only need to pass the trade exam to obtain this license.

A Master Electrician is one who can plan, layout and supervise the installation of all types of electrical equipment.

To apply for a Journeyman Electrician License contact:

Dept. of Fire Prevention & Electrical Safety

Attn. Electrical Licensing

122 West 25th St. Herschler Building 1 West

Cheyenne, WY 82002

(307) 777-7288

To register to take a Code Council computer-based Contractor/Trades exam, call Pearson VUE atSPAN class=Apple-converted-space> 877-234-6082 or visit Pearson VUE’s website at www.pearsonvue.com/icc. You must provide the EXAM ID and EXAM TITLE,SPAN class=Apple-converted-space> whether registering online or by telephone.

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If you fail an examination, you must wait 30 days before retesting. Each time you retest thereafter, youSPAN class=Apple-converted-space> must wait at least 90 days before retesting. It is strongly recommended that you allow time to studySPAN class=Apple-converted-space> the approved references before registering to test a second time.

Important Contacts

Electrical Licensing information is available from:

Dept. of Fire Prevention & Electrical Safety
Attn. Electrical Licensing
122 West 25th St.
Herschler Building 1 West
Cheyenne, WY 82002
(307)777-7288
(307)777-7119 Fax

Wyofire.state.wy.us/electricalsafety/examinationandlicensing.html

FONT face=Georgia>The state of Wyoming has a reciprocity agreement for this license with South Dakota and Utah.

For information on Continuing Education requirements contact:

Dept. of Fire Prevention & Electrical Safety

Attn. Electrical Licensing

122 West 25th St. Herschler Building 1 West

Cheyenne, WY 82002

(307) 777-7288

The Examination is administered by ICC through Pearson VUE.

Exam fees are $110 for paper & pencil exam and $100 for Computer exams.

Exam topics include: General  knowledge, services and service equipment, feeders, branch circuits and conductors, wiring methods and materials, equipment and devices, control devices, motors and generators, special occupancies, equipment and conditions.

 

To register to take a Code Council computer-based Contractor/Trades exam, call Pearson VUE at 1-877-234-6082, or visit Pearson VUE’s website at www.pearsonvue.com/icc. You must provide the EXAM ID and EXAM TITLE, whether registering online or by telephone.

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If you fail an examination, you must wait 30 days before retesting. Each time you retest thereafter, you must wait at least 90 days before retesting. It is strongly recommended that you allow time to study the approved references before registering to test a second time.

 

American Contractors offers a 2-day seminar to prepare for the Wyoming Master Electrician 701 examination.  Please contact us atSPAN class=Apple-converted-space>  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.