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Posted by Vorech on October 28, 2002 at 02:04:52:
In Reply to: NIULPE posted by Mark on October 28, 2002 at 00:27:20:
Well, that depends alot on location, some states /citys/towns: will take your NIULPE lic as proof of ability, while others will let you sit on the class exam for the niulpe lic you hold, and some states like MASS, it means nothing to them, Mass is very strict about an engineer holding to there lic step/time table no matter what leval exp you may have elsewhere, the only exception i have heard of is ex-navy,
also in "unregulated" states your Niulpe lic may help w/ insurance rates for said buss.
and some places are adopting the niulpe lic/training on there own...
for more info contact your local niulpe or nape chapter
: I'm interested in taking the National Institute uniformed Licensed Power Engineers (NIULPE) first class license. Does this license hold any weight anywhere. I know their an national license institution, but again other than getting the satisfaction of passing the test what does it do for you?
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