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NASCLA National Electrical Contractor/Master Electrician (LA)

The National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) has partnered with several industry stakeholders to create one nationally recognized accredited trade examination for electricians. Through administering state agencies, NASCLA offers (3) different open book electrical trade examinations through the NASCLA Accredited Electrical Examination Program. They are Electrical Contractors (Master/Unlimited Electricians), Journeyman Electricians and Residential Electrical Contractors (Residential Electricians).

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The reference materials listed were used to create this exam.  The exam may also contain questions based on trade knowledge or general industry practices. Except for Code books, you can base your answers on later editions of references as they become available.

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NASCLA Accredited Electrical Examination Program's administration process will differ from the NASCLA Accredited Examination for Commercial General Building Contractors Candidates and will only be able to take an examination through an administering regulatory agency. It will not be available as a national, stand alone examination through an independent testing provider.

Candidates must apply with the administering state agency to become approved to take an electrical examination through the program. The candidate must follow all state agency requirements to become licensed.

Once a candidate has taken and passed a NASCLA Accredited Examination, their information is stored in the NASCLA National Examination Database (NED). Candidates can then electronically send a state agency their transcript through the database to alert the agency that they have passed one or more of the examinations. State agencies can then pair the transcript with the candidate’s license application.

The National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) has partnered with several industry stakeholders to create one nationally recognized accredited trade examination for electricians. Through administering state agencies, NASCLA offers (3) different open book electrical trade examinations through the NASCLA Accredited Electrical Examination Program. They are Electrical Contractors (Master/Unlimited Electricians), Journeyman Electricians and Residential Electrical Contractors (Residential Electricians).

Candidates will only be able to take an examination within the program through an administering regulatory agency; it will not be available as a national, stand alone examination through an independent testing provider.

Candidates must apply with the administering state agency to become approved to take an electrical examination through the program.

The candidate must follow all state agency requirements to become licensed.

State Licensing Board for Contractors

 Post Office Box 14419

Baton Rouge, LA 70898

(225)765-2301

Important Contacts

To apply for a license or schedule an exam, contact:

State Licensing Board for Contractors
Post Office Box 14419
Baton Rouge, LA 70898
(225)765-2301
Applications for the State Plumbing license may be obtained from:

State Plumbing Board of Louisiana
2714 Canal Street, Ste. 512
New Orleans, LA 70119
(504) 826-2382
States Accepting State Agencies for the NASCLA Accredited Electrical Examination Program are Alabama,  Arizona, District of Columbia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, and West Virginia
Continuing Education requirements exsit in many cases, please check with the Administering State.

·        The fee for the exam is $125.00

·        The NASCLA National Electrical Contractor Exam has 100 questions and a time limit of 4.5 hours.

·        A 75% is required to pass.

Topics on the exam include General Code Requirements, Project Design & Management, Safety, Electrical Theory & Principles, Wiring & Protection, Wiring Methods & Materials, Special Occupancies, Special Conditions & Equipment and Communication Systems

·        To schedule your exam, you must first obtain pre-approval NASCLA.

 

 

 

 

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