(1) An applicant for a Class B limited energy technician license must:
(a) Submit proof satisfactory to the Electrical and Elevator Board that the person has:
(A) At least two years of experience as an apprentice in limited energy electrical activity; or
(B) At least two years of experience equivalent to an apprenticeship in limited energy electrical activity and completed a board-approved 32-hour training program; and
(b) Pass a written examination approved by the board and administered by the Department of Consumer and Business Services.
(2) An applicant for a Class A limited energy technician license must:
(a) Submit proof satisfactory to the board that the person has completed at least three years of experience as an apprentice, or the equivalent as determined by the board by rule, in a recognized branch of the electrical trade; and
(b) Pass a written examination prepared by the board and administered by the department.
(3) The board shall determine the adequacy of any training program for qualification under the requirements of this section and ORS 479.910 and section 1, chapter 728, Oregon Laws 2001.
(4) The department shall issue a Class A limited energy technician license to a person who qualifies under subsection (2) of this section and pays the required fees. [1991 c.529 §4; 2001 c.728 §6; 2007 c.548 §4]Section: Previous 479.853 479.854 479.855 479.860 479.870 479.905 479.910 479.915 479.920 479.930 479.940 479.943 479.945 479.950 479.990 Next
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