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#40772 - 08/03/04 07:00 PM electrical instructor
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does anyone know the procedure to become a certified or licensed electrical instructor ?

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#40773 - 08/04/04 08:50 AM Re: electrical instructor
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Registered: 12/22/03
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Loc: Griswold, CT, USA
In CT, if you want to teach at the state schools, then you must have 5 years experience in the trade, and they give you 5 years to become certified as a teacher. This requires about 30 credit hours at a teaching college. I took night courses. If you already have a teaching certificate from any college, this is also acceptable.
I would check at your local teachers' college for the classes you need to take, etc.
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#40774 - 08/04/04 09:20 AM Re: electrical instructor
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Loc: West Jordan, Utah, USA
It varies state to state. In Utah, I had to get approved by Idaho and Wyoming to teach Utah electricians.
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#40775 - 08/04/04 12:12 PM Re: electrical instructor
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Loc: Tulsa, OK
Ryan, I bet I could write a joke about that. Probable something along the same lines as someone from Missouri "The Show Me State" because I am ignorant

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#40776 - 08/04/04 09:23 PM Re: electrical instructor
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In California, one starting point for certification is www.cccco.edu

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