Exam Prep Course
Kansas Standard Journeyman Electrician (ICC KGH) Exam Prep Course
- Course Duration: Complete at Your Own Pace
- Course Type: Online Pre-Recorded
- Books Required: 2
The ICC Contractor/Trades examination program is an independent testing program designed to provide licensing agencies with information regarding qualified contractors and trades professionals. Participating in the Code Council examination program does not guarantee that a licensing agency will award you a license. However, the Code Council examination program serves as an independent appraisal of your competency in the construction field, and your test results may be used by licensing agencies to satisfy the requirements for testing. Upon successful completion of the examination, contact the jurisdiction for any other requirements in order to become licensed.
With this license, you will be licensed to construct, remodel, or repair any structure or addition as a general contractor in accepting jurisdictions after obtaining certification. We cover material within the references that you are allowed to bring into the exam: the 2017 National Electrical Code and Ugly's Electrical Reference.
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This prep course is an online pre-recorded course that you can complete at your own time and pace.
Course material is delivered to you digitally immediately upon purchase, meaning you can get started preparing for your exam today!
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Online Content is available for 180 days after purchase. To extend content access an additional 180 days, a $50 course extension fee is required. If you have any questions, please contact our support team.
The exam, administered by Pearson VUE, is open-book. You may bring the approved references into the exam, and reference manuals may be tabbed and highlighted. Tabs must be permanent adhesive tabs - removable tabs such as post-its are not allowed in the examination center. Tabs for the books allowed inside the exam are available here.
The exam is open-book. You may use the following approved references when taking the exam:
- National Electrical Code (NEC), 2017 edition
- Ugly's Electrical Reference, any edition
We offer these books in a bundle linked here. Books may be tabbed and highlighted for the exam. We sell exam prep tabs for this book bundle separately here. In a hurry? Save time with our exam-ready tabbed and highlighted book bundle instead!
Additional Licensing Requirements
To obtain a license, you will need to apply for licensure for the jurisdiction(s) you will be performing work in. Most cities, counties, and states require an application and supporting documents to be submitted for review before issuing a contractor's license. We have state application specialists that can help walk you through the entire application process with our Application Processing Services.
Exam Subject Areas
|# of Questions||Minimum Passing Score||Time Allowed|
|80||60 (75%)||240 minutes|
|Content Area||% of Questions|
|Electrical Theory and General Electrical Load Calculations, Code Definitions and Terms, Plan Reading|
|Services and Service Equipment||11%|
|Services and Fault Current, Service Load Calculations, Service Equipment & Service Conductors, Transformers, System Grounding and Bonding, Temporary Service Wiring|
|Load Calculations, Equipment Grounding|
|Branch Circuits and Conductors||19%|
|Branch Circuit Calculation, Overcurrent Protection, Required Outlets & GFCI/ AFCI Protection, Equipment|
|Wiring Methods and Materials||26%|
|Raceway Installations, Underground Wiring Methods, Boxes and Enclosures, Cabinets, Panel boards, & Clearance and Guarding, Flexible Cords and Cables|
|Equipment and Devices||13%|
|Luminaires, Receptacles, Switches and Other Devices, Appliances and Other Equipment, Other Utilization Heating and Cooling Equipment|
|Switches, Disconnects, and Controllers|
|Motors and Generators||6%|
|Special Occupancies, Equipment, and Conditions||11%|
|Special Occupancies, Swimming Pools and Similar Installations|
|Mobile Home and RV Parks, Data Processing Equipment, Miscellaneous Special Equipment|
|Emergency Systems, Signaling and Fire Alarm Systems|
For more information about the exam content areas and testing procedures, you can refer to the Exam Information Bulletin from ICC linked here.
Applying for the Exam
Some licensing agencies may require you to apply through them prior to testing with ICC, while others may not. You should check with the licensing agency you are applying to for licensing requirements prior to registering for an examination.
You can find more information about the exam procedures at ICC's website. You can find the ICC Information Bulletin for the exam linked here.