Kansas Electrician Exam

To get licensed in Kansas, electricians may be required to take an exam that covers such subjects as circuits, conductors, grounding, lighting and safety.  Whether you live in Kansas City, Topeka or Wichita or another city or county, the resources below will help you get started on the path to receive your electricians license.
 
Need of a License: There is no state licensing of contractors or electricians in Kansas. Many local jurisdictions require licensing of contractors and one or more electricians working on a job site. All jurisdictions must honor the passing of the Block & Associates electrical exam to qualify for a license. Passing the Block & Associate master electrician exam qualifies for a contractor’s license and the journeyman electrician exam for the  electrician’s license.  Here are a few jurisdictions:
 
Kansas City
 
Topeka
 
Wichita
 
Applicable Code:  There is no statewide adoption of the National Electric Code, except for state owned buildings, which is NEC 2008.  Local jurisdictions can enact their own codes.
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To prepare for your electrician exam, use the following two practice exams by Ray Holder (Master Electrician and Certified Electrical Trade Instructor) which have 300 questions with fully explained answers:For more information on licensing and exam prep, go to Tests.com's Journeyman and Master Electrician Test Guide.

And take Tests.com's free Journeyman Electrician Practice Test and the Master Electrician Practice Test.

For electrician exam preparation products and services, such as study guides, practice tests, flashcards and courses, go to Tests.com's Journeyman Electrician Exam and Master Electrician Exam listings.
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Ray Holder
Certified Electrical Trade Instructor & Electrician License Exam Expert


Ray Holder Journeyman Electrician Practice Exam

Ray has worked in the electrical industry for over 45 years as an apprentice, journeyman, master, field engineer, estimator, business manager, contractor, inspector, consultant and instructor.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Education and a lifetime Vocational Education teaching certificate from the Texas Education Agency.

Ray is a certified instructor of electrical trades. His classes are presented in a simplified, easy-to-understand format for electricians. Ray is currently the Director of Education for Electrical Seminars, Inc.

He is an active member of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors and a retired member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers