Michigan

Licensed Categories for Electricians

  • Electrical Journeyman

  • Master Electrician

  • Electrical Contractor

  • Fire Alarm Specialty Technician

  • Electrical Fire Alarm Contractor

  • Electrical Sign Installer

  • Electrical Sign Specialty Contractor

Licenses Issued By: Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs

Apprenticeship License: Not required, but apprentices must register within 30 days of employment. The application can be found at the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

Requirements to Take the Licensing Exam

Electrical Journeyman applicants must be at least 20 years of age and have completed 800 hours of experience related to electrical construction, maintenance, wiring and equipment in at least four years (credit may be awarded for attendance at a recognized training program).

Master Electrician applicants must be at least 22 years of age, held an electrical journeyman license for two years or longer and have at least 12,000 hours of experience related to electrical construction, maintenance, wiring and equipment over a minimum of six years.

Electrical Contractor applicants must either hold a master electrician’s license for at least one year prior or have at least one master electrician in their employ, who resides in the state of Michigan.

Fire Alarm Specialty Technician applicants must be at least 20 years of age and be certified by the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technology (NICET) as an associate engineering technician, level II or the equivalent in the field of fire alarm systems technology.

Electrical Fire alarm Contractor applicants must either have held a fire alarm specialty technician license for at least one year or have at least one fire alarm specialty technician in their employ, who resides in the state of Michigan. The fire alarm specialty technician must be in charge of code compliance for all installations, wiring and equipment.

Electrical Sign Installer applicants must be at least 18 years of age, with a minimum of  4,000 hours of experience over a period of not less than two years in the field of sign installation, maintenance, connection and repair. In addition, applicants will need proof of successful completion of an approved training course.

Electrical Sign Specialty Contractor applicants must either have held an electrical sign installer license or have at least one electrical sign installer in their employ, who resides in the state of Michigan. In addition, they will need to provide evidence of public liability insurance.

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