Idaho Electrical License (Master/Journeyman/Contractor) – NEC Exam Review


MASTER: In order to be approved for the Idaho Master Electrician examination, you must have worked as a licensed journeyman electrician for a period of not less than four (4) years. JOURNEYMAN: In order to qualify to take the journeyman electrician examination an apprentice electrician shall be required to work four (4) years, defined as a minimum of eight thousand (8,000) hours of work experience, under the constant on-the-job supervision of a journeyman electrician. In order to be approved for the Idaho State Journeyman Electrician exam you must submit notarized documentation of four (4) years (a minimum of 8,000 hrs) of work experience as an apprentice electrician making electrical installations under the constant supervision of a qualified journeyman electrician and four (4) years (a minimum of 576 hrs) of approved electrical apprenticeship class room instruction. CONTRACTOR: Proof of $300,000.00 Liability Insurance and Worker’s Compensation Insurance (if applicable) must be received by the Electrical Bureau before your Electrical Contractor’s License will be issued. We currently offer 2 options to help you pass your electrical exam. Our complete exam review includes practice tests, highlighting guides, calculations, test taking tips and instructor support. The practice tests only option includes practice tests, test taking tips and instructor support. @HomePrep is a National Leader in online education. With over 100,000 satisfied students and a course catalog of over 1,000 classes, we are here to help you – Invest in Yourself.


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Over 500 practice test questions covering:

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  • Wiring and Protection
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  • Equipment for General Use
  • Special Occupancies
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  • Special Conditions
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