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  1. #14
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    Sorry been away from the computer over the weekend Datsik. I am almost positive you would need to have W-2 to support your hours. My coworker just got his license and they didnt ask for any of his W-2's, just a letter from my boss saying that he has worked under his supervision for the last 6 years, even though he only needs 3. Like I said Peterson is alittle pricey but for me its easier then going to Wentworth. I tried to send you a PM but you have you PM status disabled. Have to go to your profile and change it to allow you to accept them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HVAC-matt View Post
    Sorry been away from the computer over the weekend Datsik. I am almost positive you would need to have W-2 to support your hours. My coworker just got his license and they didnt ask for any of his W-2's, just a letter from my boss saying that he has worked under his supervision for the last 6 years, even though he only needs 3. Like I said Peterson is alittle pricey but for me its easier then going to Wentworth. I tried to send you a PM but you have you PM status disabled. Have to go to your profile and change it to allow you to accept them.
    yeah not sure why but i tried everything under setting and profile.. anyways, do i need to fill out some sort of application for this? and does my employer need to be a part of or registered with some apprenticeship program or something.. just a bit confused on what i need to do here. Is there some documentation anywhere i can find on what classes i need etc etc

  3. #16
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    Your company needs to be registered with the state, I know that there is some paperwork involved and then a fee of 100$ for the year I believe. The link below is a link for the apprenticeship for you to fill out to register with the state.
    http://www.mass.gov/eopss/consumer-p...pprentice.html

    This also has a link of approved schools that the state will accept hours from.

    http://www.mass.gov/eopss/consumer-p...n-license.html
    The link above tells you the hours and class hours you need to get your license. I know it is better to be able to get into an apprenticeship program but not sure if your employer would go through the process, it takes some work on there part. If i were you I would get into school and then in another year if you finish your required schooling hours have your employer sign off on your 6000 hrs and then sit for your license.

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    If you go to settings on the top of the page and then go to general settings on the left hand side. Then half way down you will see a setting for private messages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HVAC-matt View Post
    If you go to settings on the top of the page and then go to general settings on the left hand side. Then half way down you will see a setting for private messages.
    not sure what the current rules are but I believe you need to get your post up to activate the PM feature.

    However, one or both of you can post your Email address in your profile so the other can engage you in Email conversation.
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    BTW, does anybody know what the deal is for a experienced person coming in from out of state as either a tech or a contractor?


    Thanks. Might be relevant to me in the future. Keep in mind the Colorado has no state level licensing.
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  7. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by HVAC-matt View Post
    Your company needs to be registered with the state, I know that there is some paperwork involved and then a fee of 100$ for the year I believe. The link below is a link for the apprenticeship for you to fill out to register with the state.
    http://www.mass.gov/eopss/consumer-p...pprentice.html

    This also has a link of approved schools that the state will accept hours from.

    http://www.mass.gov/eopss/consumer-p...n-license.html
    The link above tells you the hours and class hours you need to get your license. I know it is better to be able to get into an apprenticeship program but not sure if your employer would go through the process, it takes some work on there part. If i were you I would get into school and then in another year if you finish your required schooling hours have your employer sign off on your 6000 hrs and then sit for your license.
    im just trying to apply to become an apprenice, not for the apprentice license. So for the application it says all i need is:
     -Completed Application with proper mailing AND home address, social security number.
     -Attached 1" x 1.25" photo (Unless Authorization for Release of RMV Photo Information Signed-Off)
     -Copy of your Division of Apprentice Training Card
    Division of Apprentice training, 19 Staniford St. 1st floor, Boston, MA 02114 / Tel: 617-626-5409
    - Must provide proof that you are at least eighteen 18 years of age.
     -Non-refundable application processing fee ($40)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Datsik View Post
    im just trying to apply to become an apprenice, not for the apprentice license. So for the application it says all i need is:
    -Completed Application with proper mailing AND home address, social security number.
    -Attached 1" x 1.25" photo (Unless Authorization for Release of RMV Photo Information Signed-Off)
    -Copy of your Division of Apprentice Training Card
    Division of Apprentice training, 19 Staniford St. 1st floor, Boston, MA 02114 / Tel: 617-626-5409
    - Must provide proof that you are at least eighteen 18 years of age.
    -Non-refundable application processing fee ($40)

    So, i guess all i really need still is the apprentice training card "Copy of your Division of Apprentice Training Card
    Division of Apprentice training, 19 Staniford St. 1st floor, Boston, MA 02114 / Tel: 617-626-5409" and then i will be all set to apply for it and start my apprenticeship, then while im working towards my 6,000 hours i can take the theory class 100 hours and the electrical code 150 hours and once i get those 2 classes done and reach my 6,000 hours i can apply for the actual license..i think i got it all down right?

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    Hey shoot me an email Email addresses are not permitted in post, please put it in your profile, thank you.
    Last edited by beenthere; 11-06-2012 at 09:12 PM. Reason: email

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    matt- email are not alowed in posts- must be in profile as i indicated in my post.
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    Please put your email address in your profile, not in post, thank you.
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    Sorry about that guys!

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