I'm going crazy understanding the state of Florida license application packet. Is it just easier to take the local registered electrician exam. I don't plan to do work all over the state. Any help would be great.
Don't have mine yet but studying. The state EC is a real pain in the butt with the credit report, $10,000 in assets you have to show, supervisory experience you have to show.
I'm going to get a county license and pay the reciprocation fee in the other counties I want to work in. Part of the exam prep class I'm going to be taking is they set up for you to take the Collier county test which is the test with the least amount of paperwork and restrictions, The company who gives the test comes to our location so we don't even have to go to Collier county.
Where are you located?
Re: Anyone have a Florida electrical license?#158464 05/16/0611:24 PM05/16/0611:24 PM
thats what i just did ,, took the local test and plan on going to the surronding counties to get those also. I dont plan to do work right now in say South Florida either so it works out good for me to.
Re: Anyone have a Florida electrical license?#158465 05/18/0611:12 AM05/18/0611:12 AM
I have recently talked to a guy who took the exam. He aid he totally bombed it. I think he said like a 50+%. He told me he took that Mike Holt class and scored in the 80s. www.mikeholt.com on the home page to the left there are some tabs. One of them say Florida. Go there and follow instructions. I don't know if it is true what he said but im checking it out
Re: Anyone have a Florida electrical license?#158467 05/25/0603:07 PM05/25/0603:07 PM