How to Become an Electrician in Connecticut, CT

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In most states, including Connecticut, a license is required to work as an electrician. There are 10 electrician licenses options in Connecticut:

Connecticut C-5 Limited Electrical Contractor License

Definition and brief description of requirements of C-5 limited electrical contractor by Department of Consumers Protection (DCP) (quote):

“The holder of this license may perform only work limited to low voltage, alarm or signal work, audio and sound systems, and telephone-interconnect. The voltage of any system is not to exceed forty-eight (48) volts or eight (8) amperes where such work commences at an outlet receptacle or connection previously installed by a person holding the proper electrical license. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be two (2) years as a properly licensed journeyperson or at least six (6) years of equivalent experience and training”.

The license is provided by DCP.

In order to apply for the C-5 limited electrical contractor license, you will have to complete the following steps:

- You must possess C-6 limited electrical journeyperson license for at least 2 years. Obtain a copy of it in order to attach it to your application.

If you have equivalent experience please read this instructional quote from page 2 of candidate information bulletin: “If applying for equivalent experience and training (any license type), submit notarized statements from occupational related employers as to the dates and duties of employment AND copies of any diplomas and degrees of education related to the occupational license type for which you are applying. Should your application not be approved, you will receive a deficiency letter with further directions”.

- Before you are eligible to take the exam, you will have to be approved by PSI exams. Fill and notarize the application found on pages 2-3 of candidate information bulletin.

-The cost of the application is $150.00. This amount is paid and not refundable, whether your application is approved or not. This fee can be paid either by a money order attached to the application or by check (also attached to the application) made payable to “PSI licensure:certification”.

-After you have obtained all these necessary documents and money order/check, mail them in one package at:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 East Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89121

- After your approval, you will be sent a postcard by PSI exams, which will have all the necessary and contact information to schedule your exam.

- Then you will have to contact PSI exams through the number (or any other means available) which will be on the postcard, to schedule an exam.

- You will have to take and pass 2 exams:

1. Business and law test

This exam is open book and consists of 50 questions and the time available is 2 hours. You will have to get a score of 70% or more to pass. The following reference material is allowed in the examination center:

Contractors Guide to Business, Law and Project Management, Connecticut, 4th Edition, National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA)

For more information on this exam, please read from the end of page 8 through half page 9 of the candidate information bulletin.

2. Trade test

This exam is open book and consists of 60 questions and the time available is 2 hours. You will have to get a score of 70% or more to pass. The reference material that is allowed in the examination center and more information on this exam, can be found from half page 9 through half page 10 of the candidate information bulletin.

From the moment of passing either one, you will have 2 years to pass the other one. Otherwise you will have to retake the test you passed. For example, if I pass the Trade test, then I have to pass the Business and law test in the following 2 years. If I fail to do so, then I will have to retake the trade test!

- The cost of both exams (at the moment of writing this) is $120.00 or $60.00 each. Please check at the “Messages” board, at the right of exam overview for updates. There is a variety of payment and registration options. Please read pages 4-5 of candidate information bulletin for detailed instructions on your payment and registration options.

- After you pass the exam and receive your license, you will be subject to Continuing Education (CE). You will need to obtain 7 hours per year from one of the institutions that offer C-5 limited electrical contractor Continuing Education programs, prior to your renewal date.

- You will have to renew your license every year and it expires at 9/30 of each year. You will have to pay $150.00 per renewal. Renewal date and fees can be found here.

Contact information of PSI exams for questions and requests:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267 Fax (702) 932-2666
www.psiexams.com

There are no reciprocal states with Connecticut yet.

Finally, don’t forget to check Electrician Jobs in Connecticut.

Useful Links

Connecticut C-6 Limited Electrical Journeyperson License

Definition and brief description of requirements of C-6 limited electrical journeyperson by Department of Consumers Protection (DCP) (quote):

“The holder of this license may perform only work as defined for C-5 category and only while in the employ of a licensed electrical contractor. The requirements to qualify for this license exam shall be the completion of a registered apprenticeship program or at least four (4) years of equivalent experience and training”.

The license is provided by DCP.

In order to apply for the C-6 limited electrical journeyperson license, you will have to complete the following steps:

- Obtain an original copy of the Letter of Apprenticeship Completion Certificate from Connecticut’s Department of Labor, Apprenticeship Training Division or call (860) 263-6085. You will have to attach it to your application.

If you have equivalent experience please read this instructional quote from page 2 of candidate information bulletin: “If applying for equivalent experience and training (any license type), submit notarized statements from occupational related employers as to the dates and duties of employment AND copies of any diplomas and degrees of education related to the occupational license type for which you are applying. Should your application not be approved, you will receive a deficiency letter with further directions”.

- Before you are eligible to take the exam, you will have to be approved by PSI exams. Fill and notarize the application found on pages 2-3 of candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the application is $90.00. This amount is paid and not refundable, whether your application is approved or not. This fee can be paid either by a money order attached to the application or by check (also attached to the application) made payable to “PSI licensure:certification”.

- After you have obtained all these necessary documents and money order/check, mail them in one package at:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 East Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89121

- After your approval, you will be sent a postcard by PSI exams, which will have all the necessary and contact information to schedule your exam.

- Then you will have to contact PSI exams through the number (or any other means available) which will be on the postcard, to schedule an exam.
You will have to take and pass a trade test. The test consists of 50 questions and the maximum given time is 120 minutes. You will have to score 70% or more, in order to pass. The test is open book. The reference material that is allowed in the examination center and more information on this exam, can be found from half page 10 through page 11 of the candidate information bulletin. The cost of the exam (at the moment of writing this) is $60.00. Please check at the “Messages” board, at the right of exam overview for updates. There is a variety of payment and registration options. Please read pages 4-5 of candidate information bulletin for detailed instructions on your payment and registration options.

- Upon passing the exam and receiving your license you will have to pay the fee of $120.00.

- After obtaining your license, you will be subject to Continuing Education (CE). You will need to obtain 7 hours per year from one of the institutions that offer C-6 limited electrical journeyperson Continuing Education programs, prior to your renewal date.

- You will have to renew your license every year and it expires at 9/30 of each year. You will have to pay $120.00 per renewal. Renewal date and fees can be found here.

Contact information of PSI exams for questions and requests:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267 Fax (702) 932-2666
www.psiexams.com

There are no reciprocal states with Connecticut yet.

Finally, don’t forget to check Electrician Jobs in Connecticut.

Useful Links

Connecticut E-1 Unlimited Electrical Contractor License

Definition and brief description of requirements of E-1 unlimited electrical contractor by Department of Consumers Protection (DCP) (quote):

“The holder of this license shall be permitted to do all electrical work as defined in section 20-330 of the general statutes. The requirements to qualify for this license exam shall be two (2) years as a unlimited licensed journeyperson or at least six (6) years of equivalent experience and training”.

The license is provided by DCP.

In order to apply for the E-1 unlimited electrical contractor license, you will have to complete the following steps:

- You must possess E-2 unlimited electrical journeyperson license for at least 2 years. Obtain a copy of it in order to attach it to your application.

If you have equivalent experience please read this instructional quote from page 2 of candidate information bulletin: “If applying for equivalent experience and training (any license type), submit notarized statements from occupational related employers as to the dates and duties of employment AND copies of any diplomas and degrees of education related to the occupational license type for which you are applying. Should your application not be approved, you will receive a deficiency letter with further directions”.

- Before you are eligible to take the exam, you will have to be approved by PSI exams. Fill and notarize the application found on pages 2-3 of candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the application is $150.00. This amount is paid and not refundable, whether your application is approved or not. This fee can be paid either by a money order attached to the application or by check (also attached to the application) made payable to “PSI licensure:certification”.

- After you have obtained all these necessary documents and money order/check, mail them in one package at:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 East Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89121

- After your approval, you will be sent a postcard by PSI exams, which will have all the necessary and contact information to schedule your exam.

- Then you will have to contact PSI exams through the number (or any other means available) which will be on the postcard, to schedule an exam.

- You will have to take and pass 2 exams:

1. Business and law test

This exam is open book and consists of 50 questions and the time available is 2 hours. You will have to get a score of 70% or more to pass. The following reference material is allowed in the examination center:

Contractors Guide to Business, Law and Project Management, Connecticut, 4th Edition, National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA)

For more information on this exam, please read from the end of page 8 through half page 9 of the candidate information bulletin.

2. Trade test

This exam is open book and consists of 100 questions and the maximum given time is 4 hours. You will have to get a score of 70% or more to pass. The reference material that is allowed in the examination center and more information on this exam, can be found at page 11 of the candidate information bulletin.

From the moment of passing either one, you will have 2 years to pass the other one. Otherwise you will have to retake the test you passed. For example, if I pass the Trade test, then I have to pass the Business and law test in the following 2 years. If I fail to do so, then I will have to retake the trade test.

- The cost of both exams (at the moment of writing this) is $120.00 or $60.00 each. Please check at the “Messages” board, at the right of exam overview for updates. There is a variety of payment and registration options. Please read pages 4-5 of candidate information bulletin for detailed instructions on your payment and registration options.

- After you pass the exam and receive your license, you will be subject to Continuing Education (CE). You will need to obtain 7 hours per year from one of the institutions that offer E-1 unlimited electrical contractor Continuing Education programs, prior to your renewal date.

- You will have to renew your license every year and it expires at 9/30 of each year. You will have to pay $150.00 per renewal. Renewal date and fees can be found here.

Contact information of PSI exams for questions and requests:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267 Fax (702) 932-2666
www.psiexams.com

There are no reciprocal states with Connecticut yet.

Finally, don’t forget to check Electrician Jobs in Connecticut.

Useful Links

Connecticut E-2 Unlimited Electrical Journeyperson License

Definition and brief description of requirements of E-2 unlimited electrical journeyperson by Department of Consumers Protection (DCP) (quote):

“The holder of this license shall be permitted to do all electrical work as defined in section 20-330 of the Connecticut General Statutes, and only while in the employment of a properly licensed contractor. The requirement to qualify for this license exam shall be the completion of a registered apprenticeship program or at least four (4) years of equivalent experience and training”.

The license is provided by DCP.

In order to apply for the E-2 unlimited electrical journeyperson license, you will have to complete the following steps:

- Obtain an original copy of the Letter of Apprenticeship Completion Certificate from Connecticut’s Department of Labor, Apprenticeship Training Division or call (860) 263-6085. You will have to attach it to your application.

If you have equivalent experience please read this instructional quote from page 2 of candidate information bulletin: “If applying for equivalent experience and training (any license type), submit notarized statements from occupational related employers as to the dates and duties of employment AND copies of any diplomas and degrees of education related to the occupational license type for which you are applying. Should your application not be approved, you will receive a deficiency letter with further directions”.

- Before you are eligible to take the exam, you will have to be approved by PSI exams. Fill and notarize the application found on pages 2-3 of candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the application is $90.00. This amount is paid and not refundable, whether your application is approved or not. This fee can be paid either by a money order attached to the application or by check (also attached to the application) made payable to “PSI licensure:certification”.

- After you have obtained all these necessary documents and money order/check, mail them in one package at:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 East Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89121

- After your approval, you will be sent a postcard by PSI exams, which will have all the necessary and contact information to schedule your exam.

- Then you will have to contact PSI exams through the number (or any other means available) which will be on the postcard, to schedule an exam.

- You will have to take and pass a trade test. The test consists of 80 questions and the maximum given time is 3.5 hours. You will have to score 70% or more, in order to pass. The test is open book. The reference material that is allowed in the examination center and more information on this exam, can be found at page 12 of the candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the exam (at the moment of writing this) is $60.00. Please check at the “Messages” board, at the right of exam overview for updates. There is a variety of payment and registration options. Please read pages 4-5 of candidate information bulletin for detailed instructions on your payment and registration options.

- Upon passing the exam and receiving your license you will have to pay the fee of $120.00.

- After obtaining your license, you will be subject to Continuing Education (CE). You will need to obtain 7 hours per year from one of the institutions that offer E-2 unlimited electrical journeyperson Continuing Education programs, prior to your renewal date.

- You will have to renew your license every year and it expires at 9/30 of each year. You will have to pay $120.00 per renewal. Renewal date and fees can be found here.

Contact information of PSI exams for questions and requests:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267 Fax (702) 932-2666
www.psiexams.com

There are no reciprocal states with Connecticut yet.

Finally, don’t forget to check Electrician Jobs in Connecticut.

Useful Links

Connecticut L-1 Electrical Lines Contractor License

Definition and brief description of requirements of L-1 electrical lines contractor by Department of Consumers Protection (DCP) (quote):

“The holder of this license may perform only work limited to line construction, including distribution systems, and their allied work, for public and private companies; installation, maintenance and repair of all high-voltage cable splicing and pulling wire for all systems in excess of 2,400 volts; traffic signal and highway lighting installation, maintenance and repair. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be two (2) years as a properly licensed journeyperson or at least six (6) years of equivalent experience and training”.

The license is provided by DCP.

In order to apply for the L-1 electrical lines contractor license, you will have to complete the following steps:

- You must possess L-2 electrical lines journeyperson license for at least 2 years. Obtain a copy of it in order to attach it to your application.

If you have equivalent experience please read this instructional quote from page 2 of candidate information bulletin: “If applying for equivalent experience and training (any license type), submit notarized statements from occupational related employers as to the dates and duties of employment AND copies of any diplomas and degrees of education related to the occupational license type for which you are applying. Should your application not be approved, you will receive a deficiency letter with further directions”.

- Before you are eligible to take the exam, you will have to be approved by PSI exams. Fill and notarize the application found on pages 2-3 of candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the application is $150.00. This amount is paid and not refundable, whether your application is approved or not. This fee can be paid either by a money order attached to the application or by check (also attached to the application) made payable to “PSI licensure:certification”.

- After you have obtained all these necessary documents and money order/check, mail them in one package at:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 East Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89121

- After your approval, you will be sent a postcard by PSI exams, which will have all the necessary and contact information to schedule your exam.

- Then you will have to contact PSI exams through the number (or any other means available) which will be on the postcard, to schedule an exam.

- You will have to take and pass 2 exams:

1. Business and law test

This exam is open book and consists of 50 questions and the time available is 2 hours. You will have to get a score of 70% or more to pass. The following reference material is allowed in the examination center:

Contractors Guide to Business, Law and Project Management, Connecticut, 4th Edition, National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA)

For more information on this exam, please read from the end of page 8 through half page 9 of the candidate information bulletin.

2. Trade test

This exam is open book and consists of 50 questions and the maximum given time is 1.5 hours. You will have to get a score of 70% or more to pass. The reference material that is allowed in the examination center and more information on this exam, can be found at page 13 of the candidate information bulletin.

From the moment of passing either one, you will have 2 years to pass the other one. Otherwise you will have to retake the test you passed. For example, if I pass the Trade test, then I have to pass the Business and law test in the following 2 years. If I fail to do so, then I will have to retake the trade test.

- The cost of both exams (at the moment of writing this) is $120.00 or $60.00 each. Please check at the “Messages” board, at the right of exam overview for updates. There is a variety of payment and registration options. Please read pages 4-5 of candidate information bulletin for detailed instructions on your payment and registration options.

- After you pass the exam and receive your license, you will be subject to Continuing Education (CE). You will need to obtain 7 hours per year from one of the institutions that offer L-1 electrical lines contractor Continuing Education programs, prior to your renewal date.

- You will have to renew your license every year and it expires at 9/30 of each year. You will have to pay $150.00 per renewal. Renewal date and fees can be found here.

Contact information of PSI exams for questions and requests:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267 Fax (702) 932-2666
www.psiexams.com

There are no reciprocal states with Connecticut yet.

Finally, don’t forget to check Electrician Jobs in Connecticut.

Useful Links

Connecticut L-2 Electrical Lines Journeyperson License

Definition and brief description of requirements of L-2 electrical lines journeyperson by Department of Consumers Protection (DCP) (quote):

“The holder of this license may perform only work limited to line construction, including distribution systems, and their allied work, for public and private companies; installation, maintenance and repair of all high-voltage cable splicing and pulling wire for all systems in excess of 2,400 volts; traffic signal and highway lighting installation, maintenance and repair, and only while in the employ of a contractor licensed for such work. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be the completion of a registered apprenticeship program or at least four (4) years of equivalent experience and training”.

The license is provided by DCP.

In order to apply for the L-2 electrical lines journeyperson license, you will have to complete the following steps:

- Obtain an original copy of the Letter of Apprenticeship Completion Certificate from Connecticut’s Department of Labor, Apprenticeship Training Division or call (860) 263-6085. You will have to attach it to your application.

If you have equivalent experience please read this instructional quote from page 2 of candidate information bulletin: “If applying for equivalent experience and training (any license type), submit notarized statements from occupational related employers as to the dates and duties of employment AND copies of any diplomas and degrees of education related to the occupational license type for which you are applying. Should your application not be approved, you will receive a deficiency letter with further directions”.

- Before you are eligible to take the exam, you will have to be approved by PSI exams. Fill and notarize the application found on pages 2-3 of candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the application is $90.00. This amount is paid and not refundable, whether your application is approved or not. This fee can be paid either by a money order attached to the application or by check (also attached to the application) made payable to “PSI licensure:certification”.

- After you have obtained all these necessary documents and money order/check, mail them in one package at:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 East Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89121

- After your approval, you will be sent a postcard by PSI exams, which will have all the necessary and contact information to schedule your exam.

- Then you will have to contact PSI exams through the number (or any other means available) which will be on the postcard, to schedule an exam.

- You will have to take and pass a trade test. The test consists of 40 questions and the maximum given time is 1.5 hours. You will have to score 70% or more, in order to pass. The test is open book. The reference material that is allowed in the examination center and more information on this exam, can be found at the end of page 13 through half page 14 of the candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the exam (at the moment of writing this) is $60.00. Please check at the “Messages” board, at the right of exam overview for updates. There is a variety of payment and registration options. Please read pages 4-5 of candidate information bulletin for detailed instructions on your payment and registration options.

- Upon passing the exam and receiving your license you will have to pay the fee of $120.00.

- After obtaining your license, you will be subject to Continuing Education (CE). You will need to obtain 7 hours per year from one of the institutions that offer L-2 electrical lines journeyperson Continuing Education programs, prior to your renewal date.

- You will have to renew your license every year and it expires at 9/30 of each year. You will have to pay $120.00 per renewal. Renewal date and fees can be found here.

Contact information of PSI exams for questions and requests:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267 Fax (702) 932-2666
www.psiexams.com

There are no reciprocal states with Connecticut yet.

Finally, don’t forget to check Electrician Jobs in Connecticut.

Useful Links

Connecticut L-5 Limited Electrical Contractor License

Definition and brief description of requirements of L-5 limited electrical contractor by Department of Consumers Protection (DCP) (quote):

“The holder of this license may perform only work limited to low voltage, alarm or signal work, audio and sound systems. The installation or repair of any telecommunication work is not authorized with the exception of the interface wiring from an alarm system to an existing telephone connection for monitoring purposes. The voltage of the system is not to exceed 25 volts or five amperes where such work commences at an outlet receptacle or connection previously installed by a person holding the proper electrical license. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be two (2) years as a properly licensed journeyperson or at least six (6) years of equivalent experience and training”.

The license is provided by DCP.

In order to apply for the L-5 limited electrical contractor license, you will have to complete the following steps:

- You must possess L-6 electrical lines journeyperson license for at least 2 years. Obtain a copy of it in order to attach it to your application.

If you have equivalent experience please read this instructional quote from page 2 of candidate information bulletin: “If applying for equivalent experience and training (any license type), submit notarized statements from occupational related employers as to the dates and duties of employment AND copies of any diplomas and degrees of education related to the occupational license type for which you are applying. Should your application not be approved, you will receive a deficiency letter with further directions”.

- Before you are eligible to take the exam, you will have to be approved by PSI exams. Fill and notarize the application found on pages 2-3 of candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the application is $150.00. This amount is paid and not refundable, whether your application is approved or not. This fee can be paid either by a money order attached to the application or by check (also attached to the application) made payable to “PSI licensure:certification”.

- After you have obtained all these necessary documents and money order/check, mail them in one package at:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 East Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89121

- After your approval, you will be sent a postcard by PSI exams, which will have all the necessary and contact information to schedule your exam.

- Then you will have to contact PSI exams through the number (or any other means available) which will be on the postcard, to schedule an exam.

- You will have to take and pass 2 exams:

1. Business and law test

This exam is open book and consists of 50 questions and the time available is 2 hours. You will have to get a score of 70% or more to pass. The following reference material is allowed in the examination center:

Contractors Guide to Business, Law and Project Management, Connecticut, 4th Edition, National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA)

For more information on this exam, please read from the end of page 8 through half page 9 of the candidate information bulletin.

2. Trade test

This exam is open book and consists of 40 questions and the maximum given time is 1 hour. You will have to get a score of 70% or more to pass. The reference material that is allowed in the examination center and more information on this exam, can be found at the end of page 14 through half page 15 of the candidate information bulletin.

From the moment of passing either one, you will have 2 years to pass the other one. Otherwise you will have to retake the test you passed. For example, if I pass the Trade test, then I have to pass the Business and law test in the following 2 years. If I fail to do so, then I will have to retake the trade test.

- The cost of both exams (at the moment of writing this) is $120.00 or $60.00 each. Please check at the “Messages” board, at the right of exam overview for updates. There is a variety of payment and registration options. Please read pages 4-5 of candidate information bulletin for detailed instructions on your payment and registration options.

- After you pass the exam and receive your license, you will be subject to Continuing Education (CE). You will need to obtain 7 hours per year from one of the institutions that offer L-5 limited electrical contractor Continuing Education programs, prior to your renewal date.

- You will have to renew your license every year and it expires at 9/30 of each year. You will have to pay $150.00 per renewal. Renewal date and fees can be found here.

Contact information of PSI exams for questions and requests:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267 Fax (702) 932-2666
www.psiexams.com

There are no reciprocal states with Connecticut yet.

Finally, don’t forget to check Electrician Jobs in Connecticut.

Useful Links

Connecticut L-6 Limited Electrical Journeyperson License

Definition and brief description of requirements of L-6 limited electrical journeyperson by Department of Consumers Protection (DCP) (quote):

“The holder of this license may perform only work limited to low voltage, alarm or signal work, audio and sound systems, and only while in the employ of a contractor licensed for such work. The installation or repair of any telecommunication work is not authorized with the exception of the interface wiring from an alarm system to an existing telephone connection for monitoring purposes. The voltage of the system is not to exceed 25 volts or five amperes where such work commences at an outlet receptacle or connection previously installed by a person holding the proper electrical license. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be the completion of a registered apprenticeship program or at least four (4) years of equivalent experience and training”.

The license is provided by DCP.

In order to apply for the L-6 limited electrical journeyperson license, you will have to complete the following steps:

- Obtain an original copy of the Letter of Apprenticeship Completion Certificate from Connecticut’s Department of Labor, Apprenticeship Training Division or call (860) 263-6085. You will have to attach it to your application.

If you have equivalent experience please read this instructional quote from page 2 of candidate information bulletin: “If applying for equivalent experience and training (any license type), submit notarized statements from occupational related employers as to the dates and duties of employment AND copies of any diplomas and degrees of education related to the occupational license type for which you are applying. Should your application not be approved, you will receive a deficiency letter with further directions”.

- Before you are eligible to take the exam, you will have to be approved by PSI exams. Fill and notarize the application found on pages 2-3 of candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the application is $90.00. This amount is paid and not refundable, whether your application is approved or not. This fee can be paid either by a money order attached to the application or by check (also attached to the application) made payable to “PSI licensure:certification”.

- After you have obtained all these necessary documents and money order/check, mail them in one package at:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 East Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89121

- After your approval, you will be sent a postcard by PSI exams, which will have all the necessary and contact information to schedule your exam.

- Then you will have to contact PSI exams through the number (or any other means available) which will be on the postcard, to schedule an exam.

- You will have to take and pass a trade test. The test consists of 30 questions and the maximum given time is 1 hour. You will have to score 70% or more, in order to pass. The test is open book. The reference material that is allowed in the examination center and more information on this exam, can be found at page 15 of the candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the exam (at the moment of writing this) is $60.00. Please check at the “Messages” board, at the right of exam overview for updates. There is a variety of payment and registration options. Please read pages 4-5 of candidate information bulletin for detailed instructions on your payment and registration options.

- Upon passing the exam and receiving your license you will have to pay the fee of $120.00.

- After obtaining your license, you will be subject to Continuing Education (CE). You will need to obtain 7 hours per year from one of the institutions that offer L-6 limited electrical journeyperson Continuing Education programs, prior to your renewal date.

- You will have to renew your license every year and it expires at 9/30 of each year. You will have to pay $120.00 per renewal. Renewal date and fees can be found here.

Contact information of PSI exams for questions and requests:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267 Fax (702) 932-2666
www.psiexams.com

There are no reciprocal states with Connecticut yet.

Finally, don’t forget to check Electrician Jobs in Connecticut.

Useful Links

Connecticut T-1 Limited Electrical Contractor License

Definition and brief description of requirements of T-1 limited electrical contractor by Department of Consumers Protection (DCP) (quote):

“The holder of this license may perform only work limited to telephone-interconnect systems where such work commences at an outlet receptacle or connection previously installed by a person holding the proper electrical license. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be licensed journeyperson or at least six (6) years of equivalent experience and training”.

The license is provided by DCP.

In order to apply for the T-1 limited electrical contractor license, you will have to complete the following steps:

- You must possess T-2 electrical lines journeyperson license for at least 2 years. Obtain a copy of it in order to attach it to your application.

If you have equivalent experience please read this instructional quote from page 2 of candidate information bulletin: “If applying for equivalent experience and training (any license type), submit notarized statements from occupational related employers as to the dates and duties of employment AND copies of any diplomas and degrees of education related to the occupational license type for which you are applying. Should your application not be approved, you will receive a deficiency letter with further directions”.

- Before you are eligible to take the exam, you will have to be approved by PSI exams. Fill and notarize the application found on pages 2-3 of candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the application is $150.00. This amount is paid and not refundable, whether your application is approved or not. This fee can be paid either by a money order attached to the application or by check (also attached to the application) made payable to “PSI licensure:certification”.

- After you have obtained all these necessary documents and money order/check, mail them in one package at:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 East Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89121

- After your approval, you will be sent a postcard by PSI exams, which will have all the necessary and contact information to schedule your exam.

- Then you will have to contact PSI exams through the number (or any other means available) which will be on the postcard, to schedule an exam.

- You will have to take and pass 2 exams:

1. Business and law test

This exam is open book and consists of 50 questions and the time available is 2 hours. You will have to get a score of 70% or more to pass. The following reference material is allowed in the examination center:

Contractors Guide to Business, Law and Project Management, Connecticut, 4th Edition, National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA)

For more information on this exam, please read from the end of page 8 through half page 9 of the candidate information bulletin.

2. Trade test

This exam is open book and consists of 50 questions and the maximum given time is 2 hours. You will have to get a score of 70% or more to pass. The reference material that is allowed in the examination center and more information on this exam, can be found at first half of page 16 of the candidate information bulletin.

From the moment of passing either one, you will have 2 years to pass the other one. Otherwise you will have to retake the test you passed. For example, if I pass the Trade test, then I have to pass the Business and law test in the following 2 years. If I fail to do so, then I will have to retake the trade test.

- The cost of both exams (at the moment of writing this) is $120.00 or $60.00 each. Please check at the “Messages” board, at the right of exam overview for updates. There is a variety of payment and registration options. Please read pages 4-5 of candidate information bulletin for detailed instructions on your payment and registration options.

- After you pass the exam and receive your license, you will be subject to Continuing Education (CE). You will need to obtain 7 hours per year from one of the institutions that offer T-1 limited electrical contractor Continuing Education programs, prior to your renewal date.

- You will have to renew your license every year and it expires at 9/30 of each year. You will have to pay $150.00 per renewal. Renewal date and fees can be found here.

Contact information of PSI exams for questions and requests:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267 Fax (702) 932-2666
www.psiexams.com

There are no reciprocal states with Connecticut yet.

Finally, don’t forget to check Electrician Jobs in Connecticut.

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Connecticut T-2 Limited Electrical Journeyperson License

Definition and brief description of requirements of T-2 limited electrical journeyperson by Department of Consumers Protection (DCP) (quote):

“The holder of this license may perform only work as defined for the T-1 category and only while in the employ of a licensed electrical contractor. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be the completion of a registered apprenticeship program or at least four (4) years of equivalent experience and training or five (5) years as a registered public service technician”.

The license is provided by DCP.

In order to apply for the T-2 limited electrical journeyperson license, you will have to complete the following steps:

- Obtain an original copy of the Letter of Apprenticeship Completion Certificate from Connecticut’s Department of Labor, Apprenticeship Training Division or call (860) 263-6085. You will have to attach it to your application.

If you have equivalent experience please read this instructional quote from page 2 of candidate information bulletin: “If applying for equivalent experience and training (any license type), submit notarized statements from occupational related employers as to the dates and duties of employment AND copies of any diplomas and degrees of education related to the occupational license type for which you are applying. Should your application not be approved, you will receive a deficiency letter with further directions”.

- Before you are eligible to take the exam, you will have to be approved by PSI exams. Fill and notarize the application found on pages 2-3 of candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the application is $90.00. This amount is paid and not refundable, whether your application is approved or not. This fee can be paid either by a money order attached to the application or by check (also attached to the application) made payable to “PSI licensure:certification”.

- After you have obtained all these necessary documents and money order/check, mail them in one package at:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 East Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89121

- After your approval, you will be sent a postcard by PSI exams, which will have all the necessary and contact information to schedule your exam.

- Then you will have to contact PSI exams through the number (or any other means available) which will be on the postcard, to schedule an exam.

- You will have to take and pass a trade test. The test consists of 40 questions and the maximum given time is 1.5 hour. You will have to score 70% or more, in order to pass. The test is open book. The reference material that is allowed in the examination center and more information on this exam, can be found at the second half of page 16 through page 17 of the candidate information bulletin.

- The cost of the exam (at the moment of writing this) is $60.00. Please check at the “Messages” board, at the right of exam overview for updates. There is a variety of payment and registration options. Please read pages 4-5 of candidate information bulletin for detailed instructions on your payment and registration options.

- Upon passing the exam and receiving your license you will have to pay the fee of $120.00.

- After obtaining your license, you will be subject to Continuing Education (CE). You will need to obtain 7 hours per year from one of the institutions that offer T-2 limited electrical journeyperson Continuing Education programs, prior to your renewal date.

- You will have to renew your license every year and it expires at 9/30 of each year. You will have to pay $120.00 per renewal. Renewal date and fees can be found here.

Contact information of PSI exams for questions and requests:

PSI licensure:certification
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267 Fax (702) 932-2666
www.psiexams.com

There are no reciprocal states with Connecticut yet.

Finally, don’t forget to check Electrician Jobs in Connecticut.

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BridgeportHartfordNew HavenStamfordWaterbury
NorwalkDanburyNew BritainGreenwichBristol
West HartfordMeridenHamdenFairfieldManchester
MilfordWest HavenStratfordEast HartfordMiddletown
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