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Old 05-04-2014, 10:24 AM   #1
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Default It is impossible to get a j card in north dakota....

Unless your state reciprocates, good luck. They don't even do rough in inspections here but they make it impossible to transfer hours over from a non reciprocating state. So ridiculous.
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Which part of their requirements are you having problems meeting?

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A Journeyman electrician shall have eight thousand (8,000) hours experience, which experience may not be obtained in less than three years, registered as an apprentice electrician (of which up to three thousand hours may apply under the qualifications of a class B electrician) under the supervision of a contracting master or master of record licensed electrician in an area where electrical construction work is done in the jurisdiction regulating similar licensing and inspection rules of the state of North Dakota, and successfully completed apprentice electrician training. Two thousand hours credit may be granted for a graduate of a two-year electrical school approved by the state electrical board. Practical experience shall consist of a minimum of four thousand hours and a maximum of eight thousand hours credit may be granted for wiring for an installing electrical wiring, apparatus and equipment.

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Which part of their requirements are you having problems meeting?
Their test is closed booked first of all and second of all unless you are from a reciprocating state they put up up a wall pretty much. I have almost 10000 hours verified and signed off after by a master. It's just just a mess up here.

Their system is backed up, this oil boom caught them off guard.
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