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My company needs an administrator and I am trying to navigate the Washington L&I website, which is a chore in itself… Basically we repair small commercial refrigerators and freezers, commercial coffee equipment, and commercial rapid cook ovens. Everything is 208/240 at most and is rarely hard wired (except some refrigerated pastry cases are hard wired) Should I take the 06A and the 07(D or C?) Or should I just bite the bullet and take the 01 general???

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My company needs an administrator and I am trying to navigate the Washington L&I website, which is a chore in itself… Basically we repair small commercial refrigerators and freezers, commercial coffee equipment, and commercial rapid cook ovens. Everything is 208/240 at most and is rarely hard wired (except some refrigerated pastry cases are hard wired) Should I take the 06A and the 07(D or C?) Or should I just bite the bullet and take the 01 general???

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01 General. It covers everything and more companies want the 01 if you ever find yourself looking for another job. It is a hard test, but if you find a good prep class you should pass it with no problem.
 

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My company needs an administrator and I am trying to navigate the Washington L&I website, which is a chore in itself… Basically we repair small commercial refrigerators and freezers, commercial coffee equipment, and commercial rapid cook ovens. Everything is 208/240 at most and is rarely hard wired (except some refrigerated pastry cases are hard wired) Should I take the 06A and the 07(D or C?) Or should I just bite the bullet and take the 01 general???

Thanks in advance!
If that is the best one and you're qualified Do it,,,,,,Good luck and Welcome to the forum:thumbup:
 

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Go for the General, you'll be covered in all scenarios . The NEC portion is easy, the RCW/WAC section is weird but so is the RCW/WAC to begin with. The calculations section is rough. I barely passed it but never took a prep class, which would have helped immensely. I'd recommend that.
 
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Thanks for the info! I think I will take a prep course for sure. The CITC course looks pretty good to me at 3 days specifically preparing me for the 01 general exam. I'll have my 2008 NEC code book, Ugly's, and Ferm's fast finder... is there anything else that is a must have? Does anyone have any other suggestions for prep courses or have any experience with CITC?

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Clint
 

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My company needs an administrator and I am trying to navigate the Washington L&I website, which is a chore in itself… Basically we repair small commercial refrigerators and freezers, commercial coffee equipment, and commercial rapid cook ovens. Everything is 208/240 at most and is rarely hard wired (except some refrigerated pastry cases are hard wired) Should I take the 06A and the 07(D or C?) Or should I just bite the bullet and take the 01 general???

Thanks in advance!
An admin card is completely separate from an electrical license. A specialty or general license does not make you an administrator.
 

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An admin card is completely separate from an electrical license. A specialty or general license does not make you an administrator.
A General Administrator license seems to be what he's referring to. As opposed to a specialty Administrator license. That would cover the gamut of whatever electrical work that his HVAC shop's contractor license allows them to do.
 
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