National NASCLA Electrical Contractor Exam Prep Services & Materials
The NASCLA Accredited Examination Program was designed to assist contractors who need to be licensed in multiple jurisdictions. Contractors who take the accredited examination can access NASCLA’s Examination Database (NED) and request that their results be sent to other jurisdictions that accept the examination, thereby reducing redundant licensing requirements.
There are currently three NASCLA Electrical Exams available:
- Master/Unlimited Electrical Contractors Exam: for those who conduct business in the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical work conforming to applicable standards and codes.
- Journeyman Electrician Exam: for individuals who have demonstrated capacity in the knowledge and skills needed to properly perform the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical work conforming to applicable standards and codes.
- Residential Electrical Contractor Exam: for individuals who demonstrate competency in performing electrical installations, service, repair, and maintenance typically encountered in a permanent dwelling unit.
The National NASCLA Electrical Contractor exams are administered and accepted by differing states:
NASCLA ACCREDITED EXAM FOR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
- Arizona, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, and South Carolina administer the Electrical Contractor exam
- Alabama, Washington D.C., Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, and West Virginia accept the NASCLA Electrical Contractor exam
NASCLA ACCREDITED EXAM FOR JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIANS
- Missouri administers the National NASCLA Accredited Exam for Journeyman Electricians
- Alabama, Washington D.C., Tennessee, Utah, and Virginia accept the National NASCLA Accredited Exam for Journeyman Electricians
NASCLA ACCREDITED EXAM FOR RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
- Arizona and South Carolina administer the NASCLA Accredited Exam for Residential Electrical Contractors
- Florida and Utah accept the NASCLA Accredited Exam for Residential Electrical Contractors