Application for Examination Fees (non-refundable)
All applicants granted permission to take the written examination shall pay the following examination fees.
- Master: $100
- Restricted Master: $100
- Low Voltage: $100
- Journeyman: $50
- Homeowner: $35
Examinations shall be held four times each calendar year on the last Saturday of January, April, July
All applicants must have applications on file with the board at least 30 days prior to the next scheduled written examination before being permitted to take said written examination or being reviewed for
The board shall notify applicants within 10 days that it has received their applications for examination. If an applicant fails to take the examination when scheduled by the board, an additional application and application fee will be required.
The written examination for all classes of licenses shall be predicated upon the standards of the National Electrical Code and the Calvert County Code as well as the natural laws of electricity and the rules and regulations adopted by the board.
Master Electrical Examination
An applicant seeking permission to take the written examination for the Master electrician must:
- have been continuously engaged as a journeyman as the primary occupation during the three years immediately preceding the date of application, or
- have seven years total in the electrical trade under the supervision of a master electrician, or
- have successfully completed a formal study and had training in electrical installations at a trade school or other educational institution.
Consideration will be
In order to qualify for
Each applicant who has taken a written examination shall be notified as soon as
The use of any unauthorized material or other misbehavior of the applicant during
Persons who have failed the written examination for any class license shall not be entitled to re-examination until the following periods have elapsed from the date of the preceding examination:
- After the first examination, not less than three months
- After the second examination, not less than six months
- After the third examination, not less than 12 months
- All examinations thereafter, not less than 12 months
The above periods shall not apply when the re-examination is ordered by the panel of arbitration.