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#37990 - 05/12/04 02:39 PM license in ky
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hi i was wondering if anyone could tell me how to go about getting an electrical license in ky.thanks

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#37991 - 05/13/04 12:42 PM Re: license in ky
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Registered: 09/25/03
Posts: 40
Loc: Kentucky
i can try to help
first, to operate as an e-c in ky, you have
to have 2 lic. a master elec and an elec
contractor. minimum of 6 yrs verifiable
exp and min of 500,000. ins. if you are working for someone you have to have at
least a ele.lic which requires 4 yrs.
go yo www.hbc.ky.gov this site will guide
you through.. what type of experience do you
have?

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#37992 - 05/13/04 12:58 PM Re: license in ky
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i have about 4 years experience in electrical field 3 years of electrical apprenticeship. im wondering how to take the next step.

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