Can I write my Master Electrician’s exam before I have met the three year (C of Q, PENG, CET or CTECH) requirement?
No. You are not allowed to write the Master Electrician exam until you have fulfilled the 3 year experience requirement under the appropriate Certificate of Qualification, Professional Engineers licence or as a Certified Engineering Technologist or Engineering Technician. The three years is calculated three years from the date of issuance of your licence or certification.
Can I bring an Interpreter to the Exam?
Language Interpreter Service (LIS) is the only approved provider of Interpreters for the Master Electrician Exam. LIS was established by immigrant service agencies across Ontario in cooperation with the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, to provide fully qualified trained interpreters. Please contact LIS to organize an Interpreter. For a listing of the office in your area, please see the LIS Interpreter contact list on the second page of the “Master Electrician Exam Notice of Interpreter Attendance” document. See link below.
In the event that an individual requires an Interpreter during the Master Electrician Exam, they must fax the “Master Electrician Exam Notice of Interpreter Attendance” form one week prior to the exam date for approval. Scheduling and Fees associated in organizing an interpreter are at the expense of the requesting individual.
Can I receive my Master Electrician exam results by telephone?
No, to maintain privacy, exam results will not be provided over the telephone. Exam results are mailed out approximately 15 business days after the exam is received by the Licensing department.
Does ESA provide a T2202 Tax Receipt for the Pre-Master Electrician course?
Canada Customs and Revenue Agency stipulates that the program must be taken at a designated educational institution, such as a university or college, or at an institution certified by the Minister of Human Resources and Social Development (HRSD). The ESA does not fall into any of these categories at this time.