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08-11-2019 19:27
Today’s electricians can be divided into four main categories:
Residential Electricians – These electricians work in home dwellings that can range from single-family houses to large apartment complexes.
Commercial Electricians – Work sites can include office buildings, retail outlets, schools, hospitals, and industrial facilities that do not involve high-voltage. These electricians install and repair electrical systems found in existing commercial buildings, new construction, and renovation projects.
Industrial Electricians – These electricians perform maintenance and installation of electrical components and machinery found in industrial settings. This may include working with high-voltage electricity at industrial manufacturing locations.
Low Voltage Electricians – As their name implies, these electricians are involved with low-voltage systems that primarily include voice, data, and video (VDV) networks and systems. Inside the industry you may hear these professionals referred to as VDV electricians or Voice-Data-Video electricians. Their work typically focuses on phone lines and fiber optic cable repair and installation in any setting where these materials are used.
You will find that some states combine some of these classifications. For example, some states may combine residential and low voltage into one category. Others may combine commercial and industrial electricians into one category.
In addition to classifying electricians by role, they can be further subdivided into three additional categories based on experience and training:
Apprentice – These electricians-in-training work under the supervision of an experienced professional for a number of years before they reach the journeyman levelJourneyman – This status is awarded once an electrician completes their apprenticeship and is judged by a state-approved authority as being competent in their tradeMaster – Master electricians are defined as those with years of experience as journeymen who have demonstrated high-level competence through a state-approved examAs you might have guessed, each state’s electrician licensing regulatory agency defines the parameters and scope of duties for each of these levels.

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09-11-2019 19:28
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