Who is the governing agency?
Department of Labor & Workforce Development, Labor Standards and Safety
Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing
1251 Muldoon Road, Suite 113
Anchorage, AK 99504
What are the initial requirements for an Electrical Journeyman?
An applicant must show proof of a minimum of 8000 hrs work experience. A minimum of 6000 of the completed hours must be commercial/industrial. A maximum of 2000 hours may be residential. Up to a 1000 hrs of trade related and/or 1000 hrs of power lineman experience may be used to meet the overall requirement. No maintenance hours apply.
The State of Alaska has reciprocal agreements for Electrical Journeyman with the following states: Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, Montana, Oklahoma, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming
With proof of hours, an applicant must submit an application which includes:
– all applicable fees
– proof of passing exam score
– hours of experience as stated above
Verify your licensing requirements via the States Statues and Regulations.
What Elite CEU courses are approved for credit?
All Electrical Journeymen are required to obtain at least 16 hours of continuing education, a minimum of 8 CEU hours must include a comprehensive code class that reviews the entire NEC code. Training must be within the 24-month period preceding the date of request for renewal
All Elite CEU license specific coursework is approved by NICET for the renewal of NICET Certifications. To update your NICET Certification, review our Fire Systems Category or Industry Code Category for applicable coursework. Remember, this is not a State specific Certification, and our coursework is approved across State lines. For up to date information and requirements for your Certification renewal, you can visit the NICET website here.
All Elite CEU Inc. courses and Certifications are available for General Education