Fire Protection License Application Path - JourneypersonLicense Types:
- F-2 Fire Protection Unlimited Journeyperson
- F-4 Fire Protection Limited Journeyperson
CT Residents Applying for a Journeyperson License:
Submit original copy of the Letter of Apprenticeship Completion issued by the CT Dept. of Labor, Apprenticeship Training Division
NOTE: Dept. of Labor AT-22 Forms must be submitted to the Dept. of Labor before submitting an application for licensure.
Out of State Residents Applying for a Journeyperson License:
Contractor applicants need to prove the equivalent experience and training to that of a CT journeyperson, as well as an additional two years of on the job training and/or experience. For example, F-1 applications require proof of 8,000 hours of on-the-job training and an additional two years for a total of 12,000 hours, and 576 hours of related instruction.
License type: On the job training hours: Classroom hours:
F-2 8,000 576
F-4 6,000 432
Submit the following documentation for proof of equivalent experience and training with your application:
- Letters from current or previous employer(s).
Letters must be on company letterhead, dated, and notarized, and must include the dates of employment and a specific, detailed description of your on-the job-training and work experience, including all aspects included in the scope of work you are applying for.
(Example – F-2 applications require 8,000 hours of on the job training)
NOTE: Letters that do not meet the criteria listed above will not be accepted. This will significantly delay the processing of your application.
NOTE: Do not submit W-2’s, 1099’s or tax returns for proof of your on the job training or work experience. They will not be accepted. Letters from employers are required.
- Proof of related instruction
Copies of transcripts, diplomas, and certificates for proof of completion of all required classes for the license type you are applying for.
Example – F-2 applications require 576 hours of classroom related instruction
Note: On-the job training and work experiences CAN NOT be considered in lieu of the required classroom training.
- Out of state apprenticeship completion, if applicable
Certificate of apprenticeship completion in another state or jurisdiction
- Out of state licenses, if applicable
All three items below must be submitted:
- Copies of all occupational trade licenses held in any state or jurisdiction
- Documentation including laws and regulations from that state or -jurisdiction that reflect the requirements met to obtain these licenses
- Scope of work for these licenses
For information regarding F-2 apprenticeship requirements, please contact: