Oregon Electrician, Stationary Engineer Apprenticeship License

The Electrician, Stationary Engineer Apprenticeship License allows you to do the following work:

  • Provide utilities, such as:
    • Heat
    • Light
    • Power
  • Operate, and/or maintain:
    • Motors
    • Turbines
    • Generators
    • Steam boilers
    • Steam engines
    • Air compressors
  • Report work conditions by:
    • Reading recording devices to verify:
      • Water levels
      • Voltage load
      • Pressure levels
      • Fuel consumed
      • Generator balance
      • Hours of operation
      • Temperature levels
      • Analysis of flue gasses

It may be required to hold a Limited Maintenance Electrician (LME) license issued by the state of Oregon, restricting operational equipment to specified types and sizes.

How to Get the Electrician, Stationary Engineer Apprenticeship License in Oregon?

Before applying, note that, first, previous experience with physical and volunteer work, punctuality, and consistent work history are all taken into account during the application process. If you don't have previous experience in the Electrician, Stationary Engineer Apprenticeship field, consider applying for a pre-apprenticeship program. Second, having a criminal record is not a work impediment.

  1. Meet the following basic requirements:
    • Be at least 18 years of age
    • High School or General Educational Development (GED) diploma; refer to the list of apprenticeship trades to determine if a High School Diploma is needed
    • Possess certain physical skills depending on the type of work to be carried out
    • Have no issue with transportation to local or out-of-town areas and job sites
  2. Choose between the available programs for the Electrician, Stationary Engineer Apprenticeship, making sure that applications are being accepted:
  3. Submit your application through the official program website/email:
  4. Present an interview and take the corresponding exams for the chosen program