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Florida State Electrical Business Course
What our 40+ hour State Business Exam Prep Course includes:
- 54 Pages of Highlights and Tabs
- 1 hour test taking techniques lesson
- Book Overview videos
- 26 Practice Exams With Over 2071 Practice questions
- 30+ Hours of Instructional Videos
The Electrical Contractors Certification exam is offered in two parts: a Business section (50 scored test questions, 2 ½ hours) and a Technical/Safety section (100 scored test questions, 5 1/2 hours). These two examination parts may include five or more additional pilot questions that will not be scored for or against you. Both parts are open-book exams.
The Business section is offered as a computer-based exam through our current vendor. Currently the Department of Business and Professional Regulation has retained the services of Pearson VUE, formerly known as Promissor, to schedule, administer, score and report the results for the Business computer-based test. Pearson VUE is a leading provider of assessment services to regulatory agencies and national associations and offers licensing and credentialing support services to associations, state agencies, and private industry.
The examination fee for the Business section is \$22.50 and is payable directly to the vendor by the candidate at the time the exam is scheduled. The exclusive reference for the open-book Business CBT examination is the Contractors Manual 2009.* (Please see page 16).
A candidate may sit for the Business section by appointment with Pearson VUE anytime after the candidate receives approval from the department. After three (3) unsuccessful attempts the candidate is required to take seven (7) continuing/education hours in the business area. After successful completion of the continuing/education hours, the candidate must reapply to the department to re-take the examination through the vendor. There is a 21-day waiting period between successive attempts.quick-add/osha-construction-standards-regulations-29-cfr-1926-current-editi/