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GITS Journeyman Electrician Course

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Scope

In order to be eligible to receive certification from the board as a journeyman electrician, the applicant shall demonstrate possession of the skill, knowledge, and experience to install, repair, alter, add to, or design, in compliance with law, electrical wiring, luminaries, appliances, apparatus, raceways, conduits, fire alarm systems, or any part thereof, which generate, transmit, transform, or utilize electrical energy in any form, including the electrical installations and systems within plants and sub-stations, all in compliance with applicable plans, specifications, codes, laws, and regulations. The applicant shall have no less than four (4) years of practical electrical experience employed by and working under the direct supervision of a certified or registered electrical contractor pursuant to the National Electrical Code or three (3) years of experience in a State registered apprenticeship. The board may, in its sole discretion, consider a person's formal or vocational education as experience in the trade. A person certified as a journeyman electrician by the board shall work as an employee of and under the supervision and direction of a master electrician and/or electrical contractor.

Examination Content Outline

The Journeyman Electrician examination is based on trade-specific information pertaining to materials, tools, equipment, practices, terminology, and relevant laws. The examination is a three (3) hour, open book exam that consists of 75 questions.

Approved References

  1. NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code, 2011
  2. Code of Federal Regulations – Title 29, Part 1926 (OSHA), 2010
  3. American Electricians Handbook, 2002, 14th edition, Croft/Summers
  4. Ugly's Electrical References, 2002, Hart

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GITS Journeyman Electrician Course
Name:GITS Journeyman Electrician Course
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Scope

In order to be eligible to receive certification from the board as a journeyman electrician, the applicant shall demonstrate possession of the skill, knowledge, and experience to install, repair, alter, add to, or design, in compliance with law, electrical wiring, luminaries, appliances, apparatus, raceways, conduits, fire alarm systems, or any part thereof, which generate, transmit, transform, or utilize electrical energy in any form, including the electrical installations and systems within plants and sub-stations, all in compliance with applicable plans, specifications, codes, laws, and regulations. The applicant shall have no less than four (4) years of practical electrical experience employed by and working under the direct supervision of a certified or registered electrical contractor pursuant to the National Electrical Code or three (3) years of experience in a State registered apprenticeship. The board may, in its sole discretion, consider a person's formal or vocational education as experience in the trade. A person certified as a journeyman electrician by the board shall work as an employee of and under the supervision and direction of a master electrician and/or electrical contractor.

Examination Content Outline

The Journeyman Electrician examination is based on trade-specific information pertaining to materials, tools, equipment, practices, terminology, and relevant laws. The examination is a three (3) hour, open book exam that consists of 75 questions.

Approved References

  1. NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code, 2011
  2. Code of Federal Regulations – Title 29, Part 1926 (OSHA), 2010
  3. American Electricians Handbook, 2002, 14th edition, Croft/Summers
  4. Ugly's Electrical References, 2002, Hart



This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 07 July, 2015.