Pass The Electrical Licensing Exam In Any State And Pull Your Permits!
There’s never been a better time to be a licensed electrician! Take your business to the next level with state of the art, electrical licensing exam preparation designed to help you to pass the electrical exam and pull your own permits!
Your electrical licensing exam preparation starts with assessment testing to identify your specific needs. Then you’ll be guided by your own private instructor through customized lessons in a relaxed environment, and at your own pace.
Your instructor will give you the one-on-one attention that you deserve. Your lessons will also be perfectly balanced with thorough coverage of the exam topics, along with practice testing to ensure that you are prepared to pass your electrical licensing exam!
Your seminar will focus on the electrical licensing exam topics that relate to the specific city or state electrical exam that you will be taking. The unique preparation methods that we employ give you the confidence to be successful, and to overcome the challenges of the electrical licensing exam.
Whether administered by testing agencies like Continental Testing Services, PSI, AMP (IAEI), ICC, PearsonVue, Prometric, ProV or independent state and city exams, we can prepare you to succeed on any electrical licensing exam in the country! Our session schedule provides you with the ultimate in flexibility for your seminar attendance!
Pass the electrical licensing exam and join the ranks of our satisfied customers which include the electricians from some of the nation’s most prestigious companies. Electrical Exam Seminars will prepare you for success on your electrical licensing exam!
You’ll learn how to:
- Improve exam question key word recognition.
- Use key words to find code references quickly.
- Understand and master calculation questions with ease.
- Effectively answer theory and field related questions.
Seminar topics covered will include:
- Ohm’s Law
- Box Fill Calculations
- Branch Circuit Calculations
- Cooking Equipment Demand Factors
- Ampacity Calculations
- Hazardous Locations
- Motor Calculations
- Residential & Commercial Load Calculations