Charlotte North Carolina
Electrical Contractor Exam Prep Classes


  • Our Exam Prep Seminars

    • Prepare you for any Electrical Contractor Exam in North Carolina.
    • Will provide you the knowledge for you to pass your exam on the first attempt.

  • Your time is valuable so we

    • Concentrate on what you need to know.
    • Minimize your classroom time & maximize your results.

  • Our instructors will impress you

    • Have no less than 20 years electrical experience.
    • Are licensed in multiple states.
    • BICSI certified RCDD

Classes take place in Charlotte, North Carolina
Saturday March 13th 2021, 8 am – 5 pm
Sunday March 14th 2021, 8 am – 12 pm
Call (407) 312-6127 for more information

What is this class about?


This 2 day class will give you all of the tools and knowledge you need to pass your North Carolina Electrical Contractor exam the first time! We will start by going over how the books are laid out and how to maneuver through them. We will explain every calculation you will see on the exam and how to solve them. You will receive a workbook from us in class that covers all of this information. It will also include a study guide with valuable things to study after class. You will also have free access to our practice exams online

We will stick with you every step of the way until you pass your exam!


Your success is guaranteed!

“Instructor was very engaged. Stopped for questions to assure student comprehension.
It was a good class. Great overview of required material for Journeyman and Master exams”

– Jake from Baytown, Tx

About the instructor


This class will be held by our most qualified instructor. An electrician with over 20 years of experience in the field, he has also been teaching classes for over 15 years. He has successfully taught thousands of students to pass their difficult electrical exams all throughout the country. He holds licenses in 22 states and certifications by the IAEI and ICC as a master electrical inspector and plans examiner.

Our instructor will give you his personal phone number and email for continued support until you pass your exam!


Your success is guaranteed!

About the Location


Hampton Inn & Suites Charlotte-Airport

2731 Little Rock Road
Charlotte, North Carolina, 28214

704-394-6455

What is included with the class?


We will provide a class manual to you that includes all of the information we cover in class, along with a valuable study guide in the back.

You will have access to 1,000 practice questions on our website for free for 30 days after class.


You will have your instructors contact information, for continued support after class

Failed your test after class? Come take our class again completely free! We will stick with you and give you all of the tools and guidance you need until you pass your exam.

We stick with you every step of the way until you pass your exam!

North Carolina Limited (L) Electrical Contractor

We will help you pass your test
the first time!

  • The test consists of 100 questions.

  • You have 6 hours to complete the exam.

  • You must score at least 75% to pass the test.

Reference Materials to bring to class


  1. National Electrical Code
  2. Laws applicable to electrical contractors in North
    Carolina (General Statutes, Chapter 87, Article 4) and
    the Board’s Rules (Title 21, North Carolina
    Administrative Code, Chapter 18B) for the
    Implementation of the Electrical Contractors Licensing
    Laws in North Carolina
  3. Lighting and Power Plans
  4. NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and
    Project Management
    – North Carolina Electrical
    Contractors’ Edition
  5. National Fire Alarm Code, 2013 Edition
Click Here to purchase references!

Saturday March 13th 2021
8am – 5pm

Sunday March 14th 2021
8am – 12pm


only
$500

Click Here to Register!

“Topics and areas covered are very similar to actual exam”

– John from Dallas, Tx

North Carolina Intermediate (I) Electrical Contractor

We will help you pass your test
the first time!

  • The test consists of 100 questions.

  • You have 6 hours to complete the exam.

  • You must score at least 75% to pass the test.

Reference Materials to bring to class


  1. National Electrical Code
  2. Laws applicable to electrical contractors in North
    Carolina (General Statutes, Chapter 87, Article 4) and
    the Board’s Rules (Title 21, North Carolina
    Administrative Code, Chapter 18B) for the
    Implementation of the Electrical Contractors Licensing
    Laws in North Carolina
  3. Lighting and Power Plans
  4. NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and
    Project Management
    – North Carolina Electrical
    Contractors’ Edition
  5. National Fire Alarm Code, 2013 Edition
Click Here to purchase references!

Saturday March 13th 2021
8am – 5pm

Sunday March 14th 2021
8am – 12pm


only
$500

Click Here to Register!

North Carolina Unlimited (U) Electrical Contractor

We will help you pass your test
the first time!

  • The test consists of 100 questions.

  • You have 6 hours to complete the exam.

  • You must score at least 75% to pass the test.

Reference Materials to bring to class


  1. National Electrical Code
  2. Laws applicable to electrical contractors in North
    Carolina (General Statutes, Chapter 87, Article 4) and
    the Board’s Rules (Title 21, North Carolina
    Administrative Code, Chapter 18B) for the
    Implementation of the Electrical Contractors Licensing
    Laws in North Carolina
  3. Lighting and Power Plans
  4. NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and
    Project Management
    – North Carolina Electrical
    Contractors’ Edition
  5. National Fire Alarm Code, 2013 Edition
Click Here to purchase references!

Saturday March 13th 2021
8am – 5pm

Sunday March 14th 2021
8am – 12pm


only
$500

Click Here to Register!

NASCLA South Carolina Electrical Contractor

We will help you pass your test
the first time!

  • The test consists of 100 questions.

  • You have 6 hours to complete the exam.

  • You must score at least 75% to pass the test.

Reference Materials to bring to class


  1. National Electrical Code
  2. Code of Federal Regulations – 29 CFR 1926 – OSHA
    Construction Industry Regulation
  3. A Guide to the Project Management Body of
    Knowledge
  4. ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1
  5. Delmar’s Standard Textbook of Electricity, 201
  6. International Residential Code for One- and Two Family Dwellings
  7. NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and
    Project Management, Basic 12th Edition
  8. NFPA 101- Standard for Life Safety Code, 2015
  9. NFPA 70E – Standard for Electrical Safety in the
    Workplace, 2015
  10. Grounding and Bonding, 2014 Edition
  11. Ugly’s Electrical References
Click Here to purchase references!

Saturday March 13th 2021
8am – 5pm

Sunday March 14th 2020
8am – 12pm


only
$500

Click Here to Register!

North Carolina Specialty Restricted –
Single Family Detached Residential Dwelling (SP-SFD)

We will help you pass your test
the first time!

  • The test consists of 40 questions.

  • You have 3 hours to complete the exam.

  • You must score at least 75% to pass the test.

Reference Materials to bring to class


  1. National Electrical Code
  2. Laws applicable to electrical contractors in North
    Carolina (General Statutes, Chapter 87, Article 4) and
    the Board’s Rules (Title 21, North Carolina
    Administrative Code, Chapter 18B) for the
    Implementation of the Electrical Contractors Licensing
    Laws in North Carolina
  3. NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and
    Project Management
    – North Carolina Electrical
    Contractors’ Edition
  4. National Fire Alarm Code, 2013 Edition
Click Here to purchase references!

Saturday March 13th 2021
8am – 5pm

Sunday March 14th 2021
8am – 12pm


only
$500

Click Here to Register!

North Carolina Specialty Restricted –
Plumbing and Heating (SP-PH)

We will help you pass your test
the first time!

  • The test consists of 40 questions.

  • You have 3 hours to complete the exam.

  • You must score at least 75% to pass the test.

Reference Materials to bring to class


  1. National Electrical Code
  2. Laws applicable to electrical contractors in North
    Carolina (General Statutes, Chapter 87, Article 4) and
    the Board’s Rules (Title 21, North Carolina
    Administrative Code, Chapter 18B) for the
    Implementation of the Electrical Contractors Licensing
    Laws in North Carolina
  3. NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and
    Project Management
    – North Carolina Electrical
    Contractors’ Edition
  4. National Fire Alarm Code, 2013 Edition
Click Here to purchase references!

Saturday March 13th 2021
8am – 5pm

Sunday March 14th 2021
8am – 12pm


only
$500

Click Here to Register!

North Carolina Specialty Restricted – Electric Sign (ES)

We will help you pass your test
the first time!

  • The test consists of 40 questions.

  • You have 3 hours to complete the exam.

  • You must score at least 75% to pass the test.

Reference Materials to bring to class


  1. National Electrical Code
  2. Laws applicable to electrical contractors in North
    Carolina (General Statutes, Chapter 87, Article 4) and
    the Board’s Rules (Title 21, North Carolina
    Administrative Code, Chapter 18B) for the
    Implementation of the Electrical Contractors Licensing
    Laws in North Carolina
  3. NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and
    Project Management
    – North Carolina Electrical
    Contractors’ Edition
  4. National Fire Alarm Code, 2013 Edition
Click Here to purchase references!

Saturday March 13th 2021
8am – 5pm

Sunday March 14th 2021
8am – 12pm


only
$500

Click Here to Register!

North Carolina Specialty Restricted – Elevator (EL)

We will help you pass your test
the first time!

  • The test consists of 40 questions.

  • You have 3 hours to complete the exam.

  • You must score at least 75% to pass the test.

Reference Materials to bring to class


  1. National Electrical Code
  2. Laws applicable to electrical contractors in North
    Carolina (General Statutes, Chapter 87, Article 4) and
    the Board’s Rules (Title 21, North Carolina
    Administrative Code, Chapter 18B) for the
    Implementation of the Electrical Contractors Licensing
    Laws in North Carolina
  3. NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and
    Project Management
    – North Carolina Electrical
    Contractors’ Edition
  4. National Fire Alarm Code, 2013 Edition
Click Here to purchase references!

Saturday March 13th 2021
8am – 5pm

Sunday March 14th 2021
8am – 12pm


only
$500

Click Here to Register!

North Carolina Specialty Restricted – Groundwater Pump (WP)

We will help you pass your test
the first time!

  • The test consists of 40 questions.

  • You have 3 hours to complete the exam.

  • You must score at least 75% to pass the test.

Reference Materials to bring to class


  1. National Electrical Code
  2. Laws applicable to electrical contractors in North
    Carolina (General Statutes, Chapter 87, Article 4) and
    the Board’s Rules (Title 21, North Carolina
    Administrative Code, Chapter 18B) for the
    Implementation of the Electrical Contractors Licensing
    Laws in North Carolina
  3. NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and
    Project Management
    – North Carolina Electrical
    Contractors’ Edition
  4. National Fire Alarm Code, 2013 Edition
Click Here to purchase references!

Saturday March 13th 2021
8am – 5pm

Sunday March 14th 2021
8am – 12pm


only
$500

Click Here to Register!

North Carolina Specialty Restricted –
Fire Alarm/Low Voltage (FA/LV)

We will help you pass your test
the first time!

  • The test consists of 50 questions.

  • You have 3 hours to complete the exam.

  • You must score at least 75% to pass the test.

Reference Materials to bring to class


  1. National Electrical Code
  2. Laws applicable to electrical contractors in North
    Carolina (General Statutes, Chapter 87, Article 4) and
    the Board’s Rules (Title 21, North Carolina
    Administrative Code, Chapter 18B) for the
    Implementation of the Electrical Contractors Licensing
    Laws in North Carolina
  3. NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and
    Project Management
    – North Carolina Electrical
    Contractors’ Edition
  4. National Fire Alarm Code, 2013 Edition
Click Here to purchase references!

Saturday March 13th 2021
8am – 5pm

Sunday March 14th 2021
8am – 12pm


only
$500

Click Here to Register!

North Carolina Specialty Restricted –
Swimming Pool Bonding (SP-SP)

We will help you pass your test
the first time!

  • The test consists of 25 questions.

  • You have 1 hour to complete the exam.

  • You must score at least 75% to pass the test.

Reference Materials to bring to class


  1. National Electrical Code
  2. Laws applicable to electrical contractors in North
    Carolina (General Statutes, Chapter 87, Article 4) and
    the Board’s Rules (Title 21, North Carolina
    Administrative Code, Chapter 18B) for the
    Implementation of the Electrical Contractors Licensing
    Laws in North Carolina
  3. NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and
    Project Management
    – North Carolina Electrical
    Contractors’ Edition
  4. National Fire Alarm Code, 2013 Edition
Click Here to purchase references!

Saturday March 13th 2021
8am – 5pm

Sunday March 14th 2021
8am – 12pm


only
$500

Click Here to Register!

“Very informative, really helped me to break down the code book into usable information”

– Victor from Austin, Tx

Do you need help getting books?
We do that too!


Finding the right text books can be difficult. We have partnered with Amazon to make it easier! below you will find a list of all of the books used on your exam. Just click on the ones you need and Amazon will deliver them straight to your door.

2017 NFPA 70

2019 NFPA 72

NASCLA

North Carolina (General Statutes, Chapter 87, Article 4)

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The Board's Rules (Title 21, North Carolina Administrative Code, Chapter 18B)

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Lighting and Power Plans


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