Alaska Journeyman Information

Electrical Journeyman / Journeyman Power Lineman / Residential Exams

Get ready for the exam with the Alaska 2014 Journeyman Electrician Study Guide, available at Brown Technical Publications.

The State of Alaska recognizes three different categories of journeyman electrician (listed below). You may only apply for journeyman status if you have performed appropriate electrical labor under supervison.

To verify your hours of experience, submit a notarized State of Alaska Experience Verification Form or company letterhead, or document verified through an Alaska based union.

Electrician Category Hours of Labor Exam Type Study Guides (Available at Brown Book Store) Journeyman 8000 Open Book National Electrical Code 2011 Journeyman Power Lineman 8000 Closed Book Lineman & Cableman’s Handbook 9th Edition National Electrical Safety Code Transformers Residential 4000 Open Book National Electrical Code 2011

You need: (1) a current application, (2) original verification of the appropriate number of hours for the license requested, and (3) the $50 application/test fee. All three items must be submitted together as a packet before requesting a test date. You must turn in your application at least two weeks prior to the date you would like to test.

For detailed requirements and forms needed, see the Application For Certificate Of Fitness at:

To schedule your exam, call one of these Mechanical Inspection offices listed at Anchorage Juneau Fairbanks Sitka (907) 269-4925 (907) 465-4871 (907) 451-2894 (907) 747-6380

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