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NASCLA® Electrical Endorsments

In order to become a licensed certified contractor in the State of Florida by endorsement, an applicant must meet educational and/or experience requirements, show evidence of having passed an exam substantially similar* to the State of Florida certification examination, show evidence of workers’ compensation coverage and demonstrate financial responsibility.

>State or National ExaminationRecognized for EndorsementCategories that are Recognized for EndorsementDate of Determination
California YES CA C-10= FL Unlimited EC

CA C-7= FL Limited Energy Specialty

CA C-45 = FL Electrical Sign Specialty
March 2001



November 2019
Colorado Partial CO Electrical Contractor Technical Exam= FL Unlimited EC Technical Exam

(Applicants must take Florida Business Exam for Licensure)
November 2019
Georgia YES Georgia Class II Unrestricted with Georgia Low Voltage Unlimited = FL Unlimited EC

Georgia Class I = FL Residential Specialty
March 1998

March 2010
NASCLA® Partial NASCLA Residential Electrical Exam = FL Residential Specialty Technical Examination
(Applicants must take Florida Business Exam for Licensure)
May 2020
Nevada Partial NV Management Survey substantially similar to FL Business Exam
(Applicants must take Florida Technical Exam for Licensure)
April 2020
Technical Exam was not reviewed
North Carolina YES NC Unlimited = FL Unlimited EC

NC Low Voltage L/V = FL Limited Energy Specialty

NC Limited License = FL Residential Specialty
March 1998

Oklahoma Partial OK Electrical Business Exam is substantially similar toFL Business Exam
(Applicants must take Florida Technical Exam for Licensure)
April 2020
Technical Exam was not reviewed
South Carolina Partial SC Electrical Business Management © Law Exam is substantially similar to FL Business Exam
(Applicants must take Florida Technical Exam for Licensure)
April 2020
Technical Exam was not reviewed
Texas Partial TX Master Electrical Exam = FL Unlimited EC Technical Exam
(Applicants must take Florida Business Exam for Licensure)
December 2019
If your state of licensure is listed as not recognized for endorsement you can apply for licensure by first taking and passing the Florida examination. Please refer to the application for further information.