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#196755 - 10/26/10 08:39 AM can a 442a write a 309c
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Just wondering if i can write the 309c with a 442a license or do i have to do more school any advice would be helpful.

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#205915 - 04/24/12 08:48 PM Re: can a 442a write a 309c [Re: swoop]
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Why not write for the 309A instead of limiting yourself. If you can get a letter from your employer attesting to your work experience regarding new installations you can just go and write. I would recommend a prep course to review the code etc. Good luck.

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