95-4 REQUISITE QUALIFICATIONS FOR TAKING LICENSING EXAMINATIONS
In order to assure that those persons desiring to take the examinations for electrical licenses are qualified through experience in the electrical business, the following eligibility requirements are established:
A. Master electrician. To qualify for the examination for master electrician license, the applicant must satisfactorily establish that he/she has been actively in charge of electrical installation work under the supervision of a master electrician for a period of at least 7 years prior to the application for license. Further, the principal source of the applicant's livelihood must have been from the above employment. A 4 year accredited apprenticeship school or degree from a college may be substituted for 6 months of the required 7 years of field experience required to obtain a master electrician license.
B. Limited electrician. To qualify for the examination for limited electrician license, the applicant must be an employee of a firm or corporation for whom the work is to be done and must have worked under the direction or supervision of a qualified master electrician, or limited electrician for at least 2 years.
C. Restricted electrician. To qualify for the examination for the restricted electrician, the applicant shall satisfactorily establish that he or she has been actively in charge of electrical installation work under the supervision of a master electrician or restricted electrician for the period of at least 2 years with respect to the particular branch or branches to be covered by the license. Further, the applicant must have received his/her principal source of livelihood from such type or types of work.
D. Homeowner license. A homeowner shall provide an affidavit stating that he or she owns and resides in the structure if the property is not rented, and that the structure is not used in any way that would involve the general public.