A Journeyman-in-Training Electrician is a person making electrical installations in the employment of a master electrician, limited electrician or electrical company and under the supervision of a journeyman, limited or master electrician. A Journeyman-in-Training must be a graduate of an accredited Maine community college or Department of Corrections' electrical program, receive a passing grade on the journeyman examination and complete 2,000 hours of licensed electrical installation experience.
How to apply
- License fee of $150.00
- SBI Report fee of $21.00
- Two years
Online applications are now available. To apply online, click here.
In order to qualify for a Journeyman-in-training electricians license, a person must be a graduate of an accredited Maine community college or Department of Corrections' electrical program, receive a passing grade on the journeyman's examination, complete 2,000 hours of experience and provide documentation from the applicant's employer(s) verifying 2000 hours of working experience as an electrician.
- Completed application
- Biennial renewal fee of $150.00
- This license is renewed every two years based on first licensure date
- Fill out the online renewal application and submit.
The Department must verify that you have met all the conditions for renewal before your license is renewed. Online submission of your renewal application should not be construed as automatic renewal of your license.
- A late fee of $50.00 is assessed for licenses renewed after the license expiration date.
- Any person who submits an application for renewal more than 90 days after the expiration date shall be subject to all requirements governing new applicants.