In order to write the Alberta Master Electrician exam, you must submit a copy of your Journeyman Certification and a current resume detailing your experience in the electrical industry. Each application will be assessed individually.
The Certification and Permit Regulation
4(1) The Administrator may issue or renew a Master Electrician certificate to a person who
(a) holds a trade certificate as an electrician under the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act,
(b) has, in the 5 years preceding the application,
(i) worked a minimum of 3 years in the electrical industry under a trade certificate referred to in clause (a), or
(ii) been actively engaged in electrical contracting for a minimum of 3 years under a restricted master electrician certificate,
(c) has paid the appropriate fee, and
(d) has attained a mark of at least 75% in the master electrician examination approved by the Administrator.
Decisions on Master Electrician certification
As outlined in the Safety Codes Act, you may appeal a written decision by the Administrator of Certification regarding Master Electrician certification. If you disagree with a decision by the Administrator, please contact the Certification Department at firstname.lastname@example.org/780.413.0099 to discuss your concerns. If you are unable to resolve your concerns and would like to formally appeal the decision, please refer to the Council's appeals process.