Journeyman Electrician License Exam Prep Course
Note: Specific dates will be added
when announced by Prometric
Begins September 2010 in Port St. Lucie,
For the November 2010 Prometric Exam
Find complete details and registration form online at
http://www.electricianeducation.com/JELEP2010.htm Classes to prepare working electricians who have 4 years of work experience
as an electrician for a licensed electrical contractor to take and pass the
Prometric Journeyman Electrician License Exam begin September at 9AM.
Class size is limited. If space remains, registration is permitted right up to
the first class day. But to have the best chance to succeed, early registration
is recommended. Course materials will be sent as soon as payment is received.
Anyone who does not have work experience as an electrician adequate to take the
exam can not take the exam upon which this course is based and should not
The course cost is $400. This pays for 10 classes, and these
workbooks: Study Guide, Electrician Vocabulary Improvement,1000 General
Knowledge Questions,1000 Open Book Questions, 10,000 Journeyman Electrician
Calculations, online audio support for calculations, Reference Formulas
Appendix, Search Term Index, 400 Questions Chapters 5,6,7, and 8 NEC, Technical
Literacy List, and five three hour Prometric 80 question
simulated license exams with online audio support for every question. These
workbooks will be sent to each student upon enrollment. The textbook for
electrical theory will be included in the course fee. It, also, will be
mailed to each student when the registration fee is received.
The student will need to have access to a 2008 looseleaf edition of the NEC
and a Texas Instruments TI-30Xa calculator.
The instructor is David U. Larson.
A registration deposit of $200 should be made. Use the Seat
Reservation Form online to enroll. A starter kit will then be sent. The kit
contains assignments to complete before classes begin. The remaining $200 of
course fee is due on the first day of class. Refunds are not given after classes
If you only want the course materials, and can not attend, send $200 to the
course instructor. Use the set reservation form and indicate you will not be
attending but want the course materials. Find other helpful material at http://www.electricianeducation.com
Classes meet 9AM to 3PM for ten Saturdays. This course is arranged so that
the actual exam is given the Saturday after the last class. See the schedule
below. Everyone who enrolls for this course is expected to take the exam. The
fee to the municipality where you plan to be licensed is not included in this
course fee. Find specific details about each class assignment online.
The next Master Electrician License Exam Preparation Course instructed by
David Ullian Larson begins January 9th, 2010, in Port St. Lucie. Details at