The Alaska Plumbing License Exam covers many topics including: Vents & Venting; Administrative Procedures; Fixtures; Drainage Systems and more. Whether you live in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau or another city or county, the resources below will help you get started:
Need of a License: A journeyman plumber needs a license to work in Alaska.
Who Grants a License: Plumbing licenses are issued by the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
Procedures for Getting a License: A candidate for a journeyman plumbing license must take and pass an exam. Information about the exam and fees can be found online at Prometric.
Test Content: The journeyman test has the following content and specifications:
100 questions, 3 hour time limit, open book, 70 % needed to pass
Who Administers the Test: Prometric
How to Apply for the Test : To apply for the journeyman exam, contact Prometric or call (800) 864-5309.
Fees: There are fees to take the test.
Qualifications to take the Exam and receive a License: A candidate for journeyman plumber must have at least 8,000 hours of experience under the UPC in commercial/residential plumbing. Up to 1,000 hours of trade related classroom training may be substituted for time in the field.
License Renewal: Certificates of Fitness must be obtained every other year. There is no continuing education requirement.
Applicable Code: Alaska follows the Uniform Plumbing Code established by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials.
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