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Discuss Can anyone tell me how many hours you can accumulate each year that the state will accept towarda your Texas Journeyman License. in the American Professional Electrical Advice Forum area at ElectriciansForums.net

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I'm trying to see if anyone can tell me if the state of Texas only accepts a specific amount of hours a year that you can use towards your Journeyman Test. Thanks.
 

Lister1987

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I'm trying to see if anyone can tell me if the state of Texas only accepts a specific amount of hours a year that you can use towards your Journeyman Test. Thanks.
Drop a DM/Tweet to Dustin (Journey2Master on YouTube), (@dustinstelzer on Twitter), I'm sure he did his in Texas so should be able to help you out.
 

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Drop a DM/Tweet to Dustin (Journey2Master on YouTube), (@dustinstelzer on Twitter), I'm sure he did his in Texas so should be able to help you out.
I'm trying to see if anyone can tell me if the state of Texas only accepts a specific amount of hours a year that you can use towards your Journeyman Test. Thanks.
Jayson I cannot speak for Texas but in NC It takes 14,800 primary hours to get your masters. Journeyman is a county thing
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I'm trying to see if anyone can tell me if the state of Texas only accepts a specific amount of hours a year that you can use towards your Journeyman Test. Thanks.
I’m sure Texas has so many hours doing secondary hours (helper) and primary hours (supervision) let us know you could check Texas board of examiners of electrical contractors
 
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Megawatt

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Jayson I cannot speak for Texas but in NC It takes 14,800 primary hours to get your masters. Journeyman is a county thing
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I’m sure Texas has so many hours doing secondary hours (helper) and primary hours (supervision) let us know you could check Texas board of examiners of electrical contractors
Jayson I just looked it up and it is 8000 hours working under a masters guidance
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Jayson I just looked it up and it is 8000 hours working under a masters guidance
Jayson if you have decided that this trade is what you want to do go for your masters
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I'm trying to see if anyone can tell me if the state of Texas only accepts a specific amount of hours a year that you can use towards your Journeyman Test. Thanks.
Jayson I believe I read 6000 hours for journeyman’s license
 

Megawatt

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Jayson I just looked it up and it is 8000 hours working under a masters guidance
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Jayson if you have decided that this trade is what you want to do go for your masters
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Jayson I believe I read 6000 hours for journeyman’s license
Jayson 2000 hours equals 1 year
 

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