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An original pioneer of the construction licensing industry, the National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) sets the standard by which contractors across the country are compared against. NASCLA Accredited Electrical exam is accepted by 13 state boards across the country. Many applicants choose to take this exam in lieu of the state trade examination, and for a multitude of reasons. The NASCLA exam is completely open book, which means every reference used to create the exam may be used during the exam. We teamed up with professionals in the industry, studied every reference, and even took a few exams ourselves to create the ultimate online exam prep course. We made highlighting guides to help you study, we made custom pre-printed tabs for each book, and have thousands of questions across every trade and each state to reinforce our online courses.
Keep a cool head on the day of the exam by using our exam simulator, which builds a custom practice exam each time with questions very similar to the ones you will see on the real thing. To accommodate those inevitable questions that require another educated human to help, you can send our support team a question online 24/7, and you can give us a call during weekday business hours. We can explain a concept, help with tricky tables, or clarify something that isn't quite "clicking". Pass the NASCLA Accredited Electrical Exam with RocketCert to Accelerate and Advance Your Career.
The Following States Administer and Accept the NASCLA Exam for the Corresponding Licenses:
The Following States Accept the Exam for Some Licenses but do not Administer the exam:
Applicants may choose to take the state-specific exam OR the NASCLA exam and the state-specific Business and Law Exam
Applicants applying for a license via reciprocity must also take the state-specific Business and Law Exam
Topics include: Project Design & Management; Safety; Electrical Theory & Principles; General Code Requirements; Wiring & Protection; Wiring Methods & Materials; Equipment for General Use; Special Occupations, Special Equipment & Special Conditions; Communication Systems
Topics include: Interpreting Plans and Specifications; Basic Electrical Safety; Electrical Theory and Principles; Testing and Troubleshooting; General Code Requirements; Wiring & Protection; Wiring Methods & Materials; Equipment for General Use; Special Occupancies & Special Equipment; Special Conditions & Communication Systems
Topics include: Theory; Personal / Jobsite Safety (OSHA, NFPA 70E); Project Design, Estimating and Management; Grounding and Bonding; Special Systems and Special Equipment Installations; Tools and Test Equipment; Circuit Protection and Installation; Wiring Methods and Practices; Equipment for General Use; Energy Efficiency / Management
Many states will also require applicants to pass an examination based on the state-specific laws and rules and how they apply to contractors.
One who conducts business in the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical work conforming to applicable standards and codes.
An individual who has demonstrated competency in the knowledge and skills needed to properly perform the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical work conforming to applicable standards and codes.
One who demonstrates competency in performing electrical installations, service, repair and maintenance typically encountered in a permanent dwelling unit.
The NASCLA exam is open book. These references are permitted to be tabbed and highlighted! Unfortunately, our online course is NOT permitted to be accessed during the exam.
The exam prep includes math, plan reading, highlighting guides covering the topics your exam is based on, practice questions for each references, and unlimited attempts on our "test simulation".
Online Exam Prep Includes:
Includes the following courses:
Includes the following courses:
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