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Identify the Electrical Contractor and the Customer. Define the Scope of the Electrical Project. Identify the Plans and Specifications and the Location. Set Out the Payment Schedule. List Completion Dates and Schedules. Set Out Who Will Pay for Licenses and Fees. Explain the Safety Protocol.
Complete a High School Diploma. Successfully work as an Electrician's Helper. Complete Vocational Training or an Apprenticeship. Pass a Certification Exam. Find Work with a Construction or Contracting Firm, or Contract Yourself.
Complete a High School Diploma. Successfully work as an Electrician's Helper. Complete Vocational Training or an Apprenticeship. Pass a Certification Exam. Find Work with a Construction or Contracting Firm, or Contract Yourself.
Electrical contractors earned an average income of $52,910 per year, according to the BLS. They are usually paid by the hour, and their wages are highly contingent upon experience, industry and geographical area. The middle half made between $37,570 and $65,260 per year.
Remember, it is an offence to do electrical wiring work without a licence or certificate. To learn more about what is considered electrical wiring work or an electrical installation, see the definitions used in NSW laws.
Hire Competent Employees. Foster Team Relationships. Encourage Word of Mouth. Manage Contacts Effectively. Develop a Clearly Defined Marketing Strategy. Receive Feedback from Customers. Pay Attention to New Technology and Trends.
Hire Qualfied Employees. Customers want to know your firm can provide a safe, reliable, quality service. Obtain Licenses and Permits. In most states, you will need an electrical contractor license. Set Up Operations. Identify Target Markets. Market Your Services.
If you are a qualified electrician with plenty of work experience under your belt and like the idea of being your own boss, then setting up your own electrical contracting business could be ideal. Build your brand. Choose good suppliers. Protect your business. Clients, clients, clients.
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