Certified Electrical Inspector (CEI-R) and Master (CEI-M)
The new Certified Electrical Inspector Programs â€“ Residential and Master are jointly sponsored with the International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI).
The mission of the IAEI/NFPA Certification Program is to promote professionalism within the Electrical Inspector field-of-practice through a widely accepted, respected and professionally sound certification.
Certification by two of the most recognized international organizations in the electrical inspector industry.
Examination content is job related, and is provided by practicing electrical inspectors.
Computer-based examinations are available five days per week at over 120 sites geographically distributed across the United States.
Re-certification ensures that you maintain your currency and relevancy in the profession.
Who is eligible?
Candidates for certification must have the following levels of education and/or experience:
Certified Electrical Inspector â€“ Residential
High school or GED
Completion of Registered Electrical Apprenticeship Training Program, or
Associate Degree in Electrical Construction Technology (or equivalent), or Journeyman Electrician (or equivalent) or Master Electrician, or BS in Electrical Engineering or PE in Electrical Engineering, or 4,000 hours as an electrician, or 2,000 hours as an electrical inspector
Certified Electrical Inspector â€“ Master
Eligibility requirements are the same as the Residential program with the exception of:
8,000 hours as an electrician, or
4,000 hours as an electrical inspector
It is possible for you to be considered for acceptance as a transfer from other recognized electrical inspector certification programs.
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[This message has been edited by Joe Tedesco (edited 09-06-2003).]
Joe Tedesco, NEC Consultant