There are a number of New Hampshire electrical certification requirements that you’ll be required to meet in order to be qualified as a journeyman electrician in the state:1. Have at least four years (eight thousand hours) of practical experience as an electrician’s apprentice2. Possess not less than 594 hrs of electrician schooling, including at least 18 hrs on electrical safety3. Hand in a permit application form to the Electrical Safety and Licensing Section4. Sit for and get a pass in the journeyman electrical certificate examFollowing the first of June, 2013, the electrical education prerequisite will be expanded to not less than 600 hrs of electrician training, including no less than 24 hrs on electrical safety. The electrician schooling condition needs to be achieved in chunks of a hundred and fifty hours each year, including a minimum of 6 hrs on electrical safety.If you have undertaken an electrical installation course through 1 of the following colleges, you will be able to get credit to the experience condition up to a maximum of two thousand hours:- All New Hampshire community vocational schools- NH Technical Institute, Concord- National Joint Apprenticeship Schools managed by the IBEW and the National Electrical Contractors’ Association- Trade training institutions accredited by the New Hampshire Department of Education- Any out-of-state college recognized by the boardSitting For The New Hampshire Electrical Permit ExamIf you accomplish the requirements to be qualified as a journeyman electrician, you will have to hand in an application form with the Electrical Safety and Licensing Section in order to undergo the certification examination. The admin payment is 50 dollars and has to be incorporated with the application form, if not, it is not going to be accepted. Administration fees are non-refundable.To be able to substantiate that you have the essential on-the-job experience, you are going to need to list your former and present employers and present the specific dates that you commenced and ended your employment with every one of these employers. You are going to also need to provide details about your work roles in each of these positions and have the whole thing signed by the pertinent supervisory master electrician.When your application has been endorsed, you will get further instructions on how to schedule your test. The New Hampshire electrician certification examination is in line with the 2011 NEC and contains two sections: one addressing code specifications and the other regarding electrical design and installation. Both of these two portions contain fifty problems and are 2 hrs long. You will be required to get at least seventy percent in each section of the exam to pass.