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Old 03-22-2019, 09:34 PM   #1
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Can (B) General Signoff For C-10?


Hello All,

This is my first post... I did a search on forum and did not find an answer..

Can a (B) General Contractor sign off (be the certifier) on a Certification of Work Experience Form for an Electrician C-10 license application?

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Old 03-25-2019, 12:27 AM   #2
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Re: Can (B) General Signoff For C-10?


Does the General have first hand knowledge of the electricians work? I'm going to say absolutely he can sign off on it if that's the case.


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Calidecks is correct. Anyone, including a B contractor, who has first hand knowledge of you experience can be your certifier.

But, when it comes to applying for the B, the certifier is actually moot. It will depend on whether your experience was obtained as an employee of a B contractor or self employed.

If self employed, they'll ask you to provide four years worth of construction project lists and permits for jobs that include framing.
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