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#3759 - 08/28/01 05:49 PM New York license
Mike Shn Offline
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Registered: 06/13/01
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Loc: New York
Hello
To get New York state electrical license I have to graduate from a college(bachelor degree) with with major on elcertical engeinnering?
Or I just can take the test and get New York state electrical license?
Thanks a lot
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#3760 - 08/28/01 06:49 PM Re: New York license
sparky Offline
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http://techlicensing.com/states/new_york.html

try asking @ the # here....good luck!

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#3761 - 08/28/01 10:19 PM Re: New York license
Bill Addiss Offline
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Loc: NY, USA
Mike,

There is no New York State Electrical License.

Bill
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#3762 - 09/22/01 07:04 AM Re: New York license
bordew Offline
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Registered: 08/27/01
Posts: 155
Loc: Vienna,Ohio, USA
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Originally posted by Bill Addiss:
Mike,

There is no New York State Electrical License.

Bill


As a former NYS resident, I find that incredible, how in the world did they miss out on that one, they have regulated everything else, must have slipped that one past Mario 'the Pious'.
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#3763 - 09/22/01 03:27 PM Re: New York license
Bill Addiss Offline
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Loc: NY, USA
Each locality can set their own rules and fee schedule. I've heard something like 27 different Licenses needed to cover Long Island alone. (???) Maybe someone else can confirm or correct that number. There are some County and Township Licenses and then there are special ones needed for a number of small areas.

Bill
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#3764 - 10/06/01 09:57 AM Re: New York license
Frank Cinker Offline
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Registered: 07/29/01
Posts: 317
Loc: Pennsylvania
Bill,

In the State of Pennsysvania it is quite the same. Most locations seem to mandate licensing requirements. However, they are all not exactly the same.

Frank
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#3765 - 10/06/01 09:58 AM Re: New York license
Frank Cinker Offline
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Registered: 07/29/01
Posts: 317
Loc: Pennsylvania
Sorry about the typo
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#3766 - 10/06/01 01:06 PM Re: New York license
Bill Addiss Offline
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Registered: 10/07/00
Posts: 4196
Loc: NY, USA
Frank,

I didn't even notice it.
BTW, you can edit your posts directly by clicking on the little pen and paper icon above the message window.


Bill
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