This is a 3-Day Class:
- Day 1: Saturday, April 24, 2021: 8am-5pm
- Day 2: Sunday, April 25, 2021: 8am-5pm
- Day 3: Monday, April 26, 2021: 8am-5pm
This comprehensive 3-day course prepares participants to take the Electrical Journeyman Exam for the State of Washington.
This course is formatted to reflect the current testing modules and includes the following topics:
- Requirements of the National Electric Code
- Analysis of Washington State Rules & Regulations
- Electrical Theory and Application
- Ohm’s Law and its uses
- Common electrical formulas and calculations
- Techniques for solving basic load calculations
- Methods and strategies for taking the state exam
- Practice exams covering code, theory, RCW/WAC’s and calculations
All participants will receive the following copyrighted material, which can be brought into the exam:
- 3-ring binder with over 500 pages of useful information, examples, practice exams and calculation forms
- Bound copy of the current RCW/WACs
- Over 1,000 practice questions with a thorough review of answers
- Supplemental handouts, diagrams, examples and worksheets
- Due to limited availability, no refunds or transfers will be issued for students who do not show to this class. No exceptions.
Continuing Education Credit
This course has been approved by Washington State for Electrical Trainees and Journey-level Electricians
- Electrical Trainees: 24 hours of Basic Classroom Training
- Day 1: WA2020-366
- Day 2: WA2020-560 (AM) & WA2020-720 (PM)
- Day 3: WA2020-367
- Journey Level Electricians 24 hours including 8 hours of NEC Code, 4 hours of RCW/WAC Update and 12 hours of Industry Related
- Day 1: WA2020-360
- Day 2: WA2020-559 (AM) & WA2020-720 (PM)
- Day 3: WA2020-361
- John Harder (Day 1&2)
- Paul Briganti (Day 3)
Required Books/Materials (click here to view required materials)
- 2017 NEC Code Book
- Washington State is scheduled to adopt the 2020 edition of the National Electric Code (NEC) on October 29, 2020 – however – they will not start testing with the 2020 edition for the near future, so this class will continue to be based on the 2017 NEC until the state announces that testing will be based on the 2020.
- Scientific Non-Programmable Calculator
- Calculator must have the ability to perform various mathematical calculations.
- Mobile devices are not allowed during class time and are not allowed for use during State Exams.
- NEC Keyword Index (i.e. Tom Henry Key Word Index or Ferm’s Fast Finder)
- Recommended/Not Required: Key Term Index for the 2017 RCW/WAC (by Paul Briganti)
- Highlighters, Paper, Pen/Pencil
- Contact Washington Labor and Industries Electrical Program: 360.902.5269
- Completion of this course does not guarantee a passing score on the licensing exam.