<p>4 Levels of Electrician Licensing
When a home owner feels the need to inspect his electrical system, unless already trained
in electrical repair, it's a good idea to find an electrician who is an expert. Since a faulty
electrical system could be a threat to the safety of everybody in the home, it's important for
an electrician to have the proper education and training for the job. When an electrician is
licensed, it means he has passed the following levels of education and training.
There are 4 different stages to get an electrician license.
The one who is new to the job is considered to be an Apprentice. He needs to complete 2
years of training under supervision. After passing an electrical examination, he will become
a Wireman Electrician.
A Wireman Electrician is allowed to work in any inhabited home unsupervised. But the
electrician is not licensed to work in a commercial location without Journeyman Electrician
At Caddell, the electricians we send to your home to work on your electrical system will
have at least this level of license. To become a Journeyman Electrician, the candidate must
finish 8000 hours of work below a Master Electrician and pass a written exam.
A Master Electrician is a Master. All electrical contract companies should have a Master
Electrician on staff to supervise and give training. WE DO!
Caddell specializes in electrical panels, meter bases, and code compliance subjects. Contact
us by calling 214-329-4567.
3730 Dilido Rd, Ste 210 Dallas, TX 75228
Phone: (214) 329-4567
Fax: (214) 324-0033. Visit http://www.dallaselectricrepair.com for more details.