In Ontario, a Master Electrician is a qualified and experienced electrician who has passed a certification exam and met certain other requirements set by the Electrical Safety Authority (ESA).
To be eligible to challenge the Master Electrician exam, individuals must have a valid 309A Construction and Maintenance Electrician license and have to meet the requirement of the hours of experience in the field.
The Master Electrician exam typically covers advanced topics related to electrical systems and equipment, safety procedures, and the Canadian Electrical Code. It is designed to test the electrician’s knowledge and skills in designing, installing, and maintaining electrical systems in both residential and commercial settings.
Passing the Master Electrician exam and obtaining the certification demonstrates that an electrician has a high level of knowledge and skill in the trade and also shows that they have met the requirements set by the Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) for the Master Electrician designation.
The requirements and format of the exam may vary over time, it is recommended to check with the Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) for the specific details and the most recent information about the process, fees and schedule for the Master Electrician Exam in Ontario.