Governor Gordon's proclamation signing event for 
Wyoming Apprenticeship Week 
will be held November 4, 2019, 1:30 pm at the Capitol Building.
Please join us for the 1st event of celebrating our Wyoming Apprentices and what they do for our state!

National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) is a nationwide celebration to showcase the opportunities that apprenticeships offer for Americans to develop workplace experience and skills that employers value.

Join The Wyoming Department of Fire Prevention and Electrical Safety in celebrating apprenticeships at our NAW event.
• Date: November 12-15
 Time:1-5 pm
Location: Capitol Hill Building 
320 West 25th Street 
3rd Floor 
Cheyenne, WY 82009
• Who: All Apprentices and Contractors
 • Why: This will be your opportunity to speak with the Chief Electrical Inspector and Electrical Division Staff concerning your pathway as an apprentice.  Apprenticeship schooling information will also be available.  

  • Are you close to completing your apprenticeship?  This is your opportunity to come find out what your next steps are and how to prepare for the Journeyman Exam!
2020 NEC books are available for purchase.  

Apprenticeship Facts:

• More than 150,000 employers and labor-management organizations benefit from apprenticeships.
• 94% of apprentices retain employment after completing an apprenticeship program.
• The average starting wage after completing an apprenticeship program is $70,000.
• Workers who complete apprenticeship programs earn $300,000 more over a career than their peers who don’t.
• Apprentices earn while they learn, reducing the potential to take on debt.

                                        Electrical Safety Quick Links

           Wiring Permits                    Master, Journeyman & Technician Renewal   New Apprentices & Renewals

                                                       Exam & Reciprocal Applications       

    Continuing Education                             Rules, Statutes, and Jurisdictions                 Personal and Inspectors

Electrical Safety Current Information

2020 NEC books are available for purchase.  
Please contact the Electrical Division for further details.

The next renewal period will begin in October 1, 2019  for Journeyman Electricians 
whose licenses will expire January 1, 2020
Journeyman you will not see the renewal application until October 1, 2019.
 Post cards reminders will be sent out to the mailing addresses we have on file.

 Wyoming Electrical Safety Division is transitioning the licensing renewal of 
our skilled electricians to our on-line portal.  
During this time of transition we will still be requiring some applications 
to be submitted by paper and mailed in.  

The following Applications will still be required to be submitted by paper:
  • ALL Exam/Test Applications
  • ALL Reciprocal Applications
**Do not send money with applications.  All final licensing will be handled through the eLicense portal if approved.**

The following Procedures/Applications are now available on the eLicense Portal and paper applications will no longer be accepted:    
  • Master Renewal Applications
  • Journeyman Renewal Applications
  • Technician (low volt and limited) Renewal Applications
  • Examination "PASS" Letters
  • ALL New / Renewal Contractor's Applications
  • All Apprentices and Apprentice Technicians New and Renewal Applications
Wiring Permits are still only accepted by paper application.  Please click the wiring permit link above for information and to be directed to the application.  All instructions are with the wiring permit packet.
Click below to access the

***Quick Links to Printable forms needed for on-line applications below***
     The Electrical Safety Division's Responsibilities include: 
  • Examination and Licensing of skilled Electricians.
  • Electrical inspections in homes, schools and businesses.
  • Interpretation of the National Electrical Code to local entities, Electrical Contractors and the general public.
  • Generating permits for electrical installations.


The information provided on this website is based on records on file at the time of publication. No claim is made that those records are complete, current, or accurate beyond question, but is the only information that is available. We therefore request you call any errors or omissions to our attention in writing so changes can be made.