Georgia GA Electrical License Requirements and Electrician License Verification, Renewal and Application

The Georgia Construction Industry Licensing Board, Electrical Division are the ones who you must apply with to become a licensed Electrical Contractor or Journeyman Electrician in Georgia. The Board protects the public against faulty construction installations through the licensing of contractors. The Board establishes and administers standards for the licensing of the contractors in the above professions. These standards maintain the qualifications for entry into the professions, including experience, examination, and training, and the qualifications for continued practice, including work standards and education. Each division evaluates applicants for licensure, conducts examinations, issues and renews licenses, evaluates the practice of licensees, takes disciplinary action against licensees, and enforces the requirements for licensure.(excerpt from The Georgia Construction Industry Licensing Board, Electrical Division official web site).


To find the requirements to pass their state exam, the cost of their electrical license, license exam and renewal fee, please contact them directly as it can vary from year to year. The codes and standards that currently are adopted by Georgia Construction Industry Licensing Board, Electrical Division is the 2005 National Electrical Code.

Georgia Construction Industry Licensing Board, Electrical Division
PO Box 13446
Macon, GA 31208


Click here to visit Georgia Construction Industry Licensing Board, Electrical Division Official Website

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