Fire Protection Contractor - Out of State LicensePlease review the Fire Protection Licenses Scopes of Work to determine which license type to apply for.
An equivalent out of state license is one that required the same number of classroom hours and on job training hours as the license type you are applying for.
Example: For your out of state license to be equivalent to the Connecticut F-1 license, your out of state license must have required 576 classroom hours and 12,000 hours of the job training to obtain
REFER TO THE CHART BELOW FOR HOURS REQUIRED:
|On the Job Training Hours
|8,000 + 2 years (4,000) = 12,000
|6,000 + 2 years (4,000) = 10,000
If you meet the equivalent out of state license requirement, choose ONE OUT OF STATE LICENSE ONLY and submit the following documents:
- Copy of the license
- License verification
- Laws and regulations that include the requirements met for you to obtain this license
- Scope of work for this license
DO NOT SUBMIT DOCUMENTS FOR MORE THAN ONE OUT OF STATE LICENSE. ONLY ONE LICENSE WILL BE REVEIWED FOR EQUIVALENCY.
IF YOU CANNOT PROVE THAT YOU HOLD AN EQUIVALENT OUT OF STATE LICENSE, YOUR APPLICATION WILL NOT BE APPROVED BASED ON THIS REQUIREMENT.
APPLICATION FEES ARE NONREFUNDABLE.
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