An applicant for a residential journeyman electrician license shall:
- Have at least three years experience, acceptable to the board, in the electrical trade.
- Registration as an apprentice electrician for those years shall, on the approval of the board, constitute evidence of such experience. (Please refer to 81-2113 of the Nebraska State Electrical Act for further requirements.)
- The board may by rule or regulation provide for the allowance of one year of experience credit for successful completion of a two-year post-high school electrical course approved by the board.
- A residential journeyman electrician license shall be valid only for residential installations.
Application Fee / $60
License Fee - The fee for a license issued in:
- Even-numbered year - $25.00
- Odd-numbered year - $50.00
Note: Residential installations are defined as: “An installation intended for a single-family or two-family residential dwelling or a multi-family residential dwelling not larger than three stories in height.” Clubhouses at multi-family complexes must be wired by Type JA journeymen.