Question: What is the difference between Level 1 and Level 2 electrician?

The key distinction between a Level 1 Accredited Service Provider (ASP) and a Level 2 ASP is that the latter is qualified to carry out installations, repairs and maintenance work on service lines that run between a property (both business and residential) and the electrical supply network.

What is Level 2 electrician?

What is a Level 2 Electrician? A level 2 electrician is qualified and authorised to do installations, repairs and maintenance work on overhead and underground services that run between the customer (home or business) the electrical supply network.

How quickly can I qualify as an electrician?

Motivation and hard work are essential when training to become a qualified electrician. Regardless of how long it may take you to get qualified, its important to remain committed. If youre able to focus solely on training and complete your course full-time, you could be qualified within a 12-18 months.

Can a journeyman electrician wire a house?

They are qualified to plan, design, install and maintain an electrical system for your project. A journeyman electrician hasnt qualified for a masters license, but they too are licensed by the state. By law, he cannot design systems but can install wiring and equipment.

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