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Old 02-13-2019, 10:08 PM   #41
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I know all that (plus you'll need a business licence from your city/regional district; a provincal and federal tax account, etc.); but it looked like eddy_current was asking how much time a person needs to be journeyman berfore they they can go into business.

And yes a FSR-C technically is the lowest tier but the exam and experience requirements are the same for a B so why would you knee cap yourself with a C ticket? IE: I don't know anyone with a C ticket.
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Old 02-13-2019, 11:15 PM   #42
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I heard a rumour a few years ago they want to eliminate the c ticket




master fsr b rse
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I know all that (plus you'll need a business licence from your city/regional district; a provincal and federal tax account, etc.); but it looked like eddy_current was asking how much time a person needs to be journeyman berfore they they can go into business.

And yes a FSR-C technically is the lowest tier but the exam and experience requirements are the same for a B so why would you knee cap yourself with a C ticket? IE: I don't know anyone with a C ticket.
Okay.I did'nt mean to jump all over you there but I have had many guys tell me that they are writing their F.S.R. so they can take out their own permits.I do though wonder that why if the B and C tickets were the same exam why even have a C ticket classification.I always thought the fact that the C exam was easy,it contributed to making the new house wiring so competitive and unprofitable.It seems back aways that a lot of guys couldnt pass the B ticket with out a lot of studying.When you are limited to 200amps single phase its very limited and kneecapped for sure.
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I heard a rumour a few years ago they want to eliminate the c ticket




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Actually after reading B.C.technical safety site it looks like there will eventually be an A master a B master and even a C master.
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