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Thread: Where and HOW to apply for Florida Electrical Journeyman's Licence?

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    Where and HOW to apply for Florida Electrical Journeyman's Licence?

    I could goggle nothing out!
    Is it some dark secret in behind?
    If some have more specific information on it please post it!

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    Fl doesn't have a statewide Journeyman license, it is at local (city or county) levels and only a few at that. Just call the Building Department in the city or county you're interested in.

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    Not sure why Florida doesn't license Journeyman Electricians.

    Here is what they do license.
    http://myflorida.com/dbpr/pro/elboard/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by BackInTheHabit
    Not sure why Florida doesn't license Journeyman Electricians.
    They do, but Roger was right, it's by county. Masters is by either county or state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanicdragan
    I could goggle nothing out!
    Is it some dark secret in behind?
    If some have more specific information on it please post it!
    J-man here means nothing. Take the state wide masters.

    BTW is the OP Zack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyerinfl
    They do, but Roger was right, it's by county. Masters is by either county or state.
    Florida as a state does not. I agree with Roger county by county.

    Is there actually a Journeyman for Florida? What are the exact classifications.

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    J man card can get you a little more pay if your employer is a member of the IEC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BackInTheHabit

    Is there actually a Journeyman for Florida?
    There is. His name is Chris. When I got mine you had to have 1 J-man for every 3 guys on the job.

    What are the exact classifications.
    Old ones and older ones.

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